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Tamworth Golf Club

We have been advised that this course is still closed
Address Tamworth Golf Club, Eagle Drive, Amington, Tamworth, B77 4EG
Telephone 01827 709310
Holes 18 hole mature parkland course with view across three counties
Yardage 6488
Par 73
Visitors Booking by telephone advised
Societies Bookings from societies are welcome, contact for more information
Green Fees
18 holes: Weekdays B / Weekends C
Course Designer Hawtree & Son - Opened in 1975.
Course now reopened under Tamworth Borough Council.
Location 2.5m E off B5000. Easily accessible from the M42, M6 and A38
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• Large pratice area
More about Tamworth Tamworth Golf Course is now reopened under the management of Tamworth Borough Council. We offer competitive membership deals as well as pay and play facilities. Located in the heart of the Midlands, the course is easily accessible from the M42, M6 and A38 and offers beautiful countryside views. For further information please contact us on our new phone number 01827 709310.
Tamworth Borough Council June 4, 2013
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Mixed thoughts about this course after playing it for the 1st time today,good start as on the 1st tee, 2 groups let us go ahead of them - thanks guys, at the 5th we got stuck behind a slow and short hitting 3 ball,who despite us dropping several hints refused to let our 2 ball past all the way round even when 2 of them packed up on the 13th,the single player remaining decided to play even slower!.As for the course the 15th is poor as half of the hole is a landfill site and yes the greens are not the best and half the tee shots are from the dreaded winter mats,that said for £10 its not a bad course which is fairly open so you can let rip without too many problems,worth a 2nd round imo
Mark: 6
Value For Money: Fair
simon l January 9, 2012

since jack barker took over the the course has gone down hill fast. all he wants to do is tip his rubble all over,the par 3 17th has had half the fairway dug up,and the rest of the course is next....thank you JACK BARKER for ruining our course and thank you TAMWORTH COUNCIL for allowing it...value for money ...rubbish,all the greens have disease on them.
Value For Money: Poor
Mark: 0/10
A Jones October 14, 2010

Course itself is quite a challenge with the greens in particular in very good condition, the back Nine is more of a challenge and interesting and the course has some very nice par 3 holes,However the course etiquette leaves a little to be desired with golfers allowed to wear trainers and Jeans on the course and play in 5 balls (we got stuck behind 2 of them) the clubhouse is a bit run down and grubby and the pro shop has little in the way of Golf Garb or goodies and is very basic.
Value For Money: Fair
Mark: 6/10
Chris Luckhurst September 28, 2010

A very good course for beginners, with wide open fairways meaning lost balls are rare. The course plays very long, not far off 7000 yards, but is in good condition so reaching the greens in regulation is possible if you hit the ball well.
The only downside is the lack of distance markers and a course map. It means that playing there for the first time you will often have no idea of club selection when approaching the green.
Finally the last hole currently has a large bank of earth along the left. When this gets grown over it will create an intimidating 'stadium' type hole to finish the round, and really allow you to attack the pin.
The cafe is recommended, with coffee and a sandwich for £3.
All round a good days golf for any budget, I will certainly go again
Steve Pearce February 10, 2010

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