Gloucestershire Golf Guide

THE Gloucestershire GOLF GUIDE

The Ultimate Guide Of Where To Play Golf In Gloucestershire

Where to Play Golf In Gloucestershire

Welcome to the Gloucestershire Golf Guide where we have course listings for all of the Gloucestershire Golf Clubs providing golfers with up to date contact details, scorecards, course planners, course information, photos, reviews, local information and tee time offers and deals.

The Gloucestershire Golf Guide is a great resource for golfers and provides a great opportunity for Gloucestershire based golf venues to interact with their customers.

Fore King Golf Tour At Henbury Golf Club In Bristol

Where to Play Golf In Gloucestershire

Featured Golf Courses


bowood golf course


Carefully designed around the contours of the land, this stunning woodlands course has remained untouched since its original design in 1960 and continues to be a favourite among golf lovers.

18 Holes

Driving Range

The Kendleshire

Wrag Barn hole 5

The Hollows & Ruffet

Some of the finest golf holes and facilities in the Bristol area. The Kendleshire first opened its doors in May 1997, with an 18-hole golf course designed by Adrian Stiff built around the Frome Valley.

27 Holes

Driving range


Bassett Down Hole 6

The Cherington Course

The Cherington Course, designed by Martin Hawtree, was opened in 1995 and has a links like feel, with fairly wide fairways and undulating greens, generally pitch it short to run up to the pin

36 Holes

Driving Range

Featured Course Planners

Course Planner

Bassett Down Hole 3

Bassett Down

9-Hole Parkland Golf Course, with Top Tracer driving range and Foot Golf, just off the M4 J16 in Swindon.

18 Holes

Driving range

Course Planner

The are currently 40 Golf Clubs affiliated to the Gloucestershire Golf Union

and these can be found across the geographic counties of Gloucestershire, Somerset and Herefordshire

Top 3 Courses In Gloucestershire

As Ranked by Top 100 Golf Courses

  1. Ross-on-Wye
  2. The Kendleshire (Hollows & Ruffet)
  3. Minchinhampton (Cherington)

History Of The Gloucestershire Golf Union

The Gloucestershire Golf Union (GGU) was originally founded in 1906 and exists to represent male golfers in the county and to promote the game of golf.

The GGU is the link with England Golf which has many responsibilities, not least the development and application of the National Handicapping Scheme (CONGU).

Apart from acting as the link between England Golf and the forty affiliated clubs, the GGU does a great deal including;

Organising championships and tournaments including championships for Juniors, Foursomes, Seniors as well as a County Championship held each year.