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Worfield Golf Club

Address Worfield Golf Club, Roughton, Nr Bridgnorth WV15 5HE
Telephone Managing Director 01746 716372
PGA Professional / Shop Manager 01746 716541
Website www.worfieldgolf.co.uk
Email enquiries@worfieldgolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole championship Inland Links course
Yardage 6660
SSS 73
Visitors Welcome, restricted times weekends. Must contact in advance.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Welcome. Packages can be tailored to suit your requirements, contact in advance.
Green Fees
D per round weekdays / E weekends
Course Designer Gough/Williams - 1991
Location Located in the heart of the Shropshire countryside on the gentle slopes of the former Wyken Estate.
A454 Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth road, 8 miles from W'ton, 3½ miles from Bridgnorth
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Facilities
• The main restaurant, The Wyken, enjoys views across the course and takes its name from the history of the site / Spike area
• Company golf days
• Golf lessons
• Driving range (see information below), large practice area, practice putting green, chipping and bunker area and a pitching green
• Helipad
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About the Course Parkland course with magnificent countryside views. Good natural drainage, computerised irrigation and large tee areas make it ideal for year-round play. Good greens.

Having hosted a number of significant events in its early days including the English Senior Championship, the venue were delighted to have hosted the 2012 English Golfing Union National Junior Championship.
Course
Reviews
A good all round course that is always open. The fact that it is always open shows as a few of the fairways are slighty worn but overall all are in good condition. The holes are challenging not doubt due to the fact that it has to lakes and is very hilly. The Natural sloping landscape of the course makes drainage very good so you dont really need to worry about getting your feet wet. A par 72 should really be a par 73 due to the first hole but if you do play the course which i very much suggest you do you will see what i mean.
R Jay
(Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours 8am-6pm
Bays 8
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 0
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