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Cocks Moors Woods Golf Club

Address Cocks Moors Woods Golf Club, Alcester Road South, King's Heath, Birmingham, B14 4ER
Telephone 0121 444 3584
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Holes 18-hole undulating woodland course with many meandering streams. Opened in 1926.
Yardage 5784-5334-4979
Par 68-69-69
SSS 68-66-68
Visitors No restrictions
Societies Must contact in advance
Green Fees
Winter: B weekdays / C weekends
Summer: B / C
Location A435 Alcester Road, 4 miles from M42 J3
Birmingham A-Z page and reference no: page 106, 4E
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
• Conference facilities
• PGA Professional / Golf Tuition / Club repairs
• Practice putting green, Tri-Golf Junior Course
• A modern leisure centre with leisure pool and wave machine adjacent to the course offering excellent bar and catering services.
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Played the course on September 3rd 2011 with our society, good day overall till we got to the 18th hole where most people leave their bags just over the bridge and walk down to the tee with the club they intend to use. The walk down to the tee was roughly 50 yards but that made the bags out of view, teed off and played the hole out as normal and finished the game. When we got back to the car to put the bags and trollies away, my friend could not find his key fob, looked through all his pockets but to no avail, I just happened to try the boot and it opened, all the doors were open and the radio was turned as it does when you try to start the car. Puzzled, we came to conclusion that somebody had tried to steal the car, but there was no forced entry. Looking through my own bag I could not find my phone. Told the golf staff about this and said your bags have been gone through whilst you teed off on the 18th, they hide in the trees and wait for you to walk down, then rifle through your bags only taking car keys, phones, money, etc, do up your zips to make out that theres nothing wrong, they then proceed either up the 18th or 1st fairway or somewhere else, go round the car park with the key fobs or alarms to find the cars and then when you get back your none the wiser. This crime wave spell has been happening for a month or so before we played the course, the golf staff said they had put signs up, but we never seen any, a quick word when you pay for your round or if your with a society, a word to your organiser to warn of what has been going on would have been sufficient, to be wary on the 18th and keep your bags in view. This would have resulted in me not having my phone stolen and my friends key fob being stolen and the hassle we had in getting home. The only reason the car wasn't stolen was because it has a push button start and they didn't know how to start it. We looked in the bushes around the car park just on the off chance they might have thrown the key fob away. We found somebody elses wallet and keys and also store cards, books of stamps, etc what had been threw away. Police contacted and investigating. Other than that, it is a good course.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Shayne Russell September 21, 2011

Love this course. 1st hole is a nice one with a stream in front of you. A bit tough for a beginner but worth the challenge.
Paul Girdlestone (Pre 2010)

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