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Bidford Grange Hotel & Golf Course

Bidford Grange Hotel and Golf Course , Bidford On Avon,Warwickshire
Address Bidford Grange Hotel and Golf Course, Stratford Road, Bidford-on-Avon, B50 4LY
Telephone 01789 490319
Website www.bidfordgrange.com
Email golf@bidfordgrange.com
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Holes 18 tee 9 hole
Yardage 6,950 yards from back tees
Par
SSS
72
Visitors Welcome
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
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. Contact in advance, packages available
Green Fees
18 holes B weekdays / B weekends
Twilight rate available. Check special offers.
Course Designer Swan, Tillman & Granger
Location 6 miles away from Stratford-upon-Avon and the vale of Evesham, Bidford Grange has excellent links to the M42, M5 and M6.
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Facilities
• Conferences / Functions
• Lessons
• Golfing / Fishing breaks
• For fishing enthusiasts, Bidford Grange has rights on a stretch of the River Avon. Members and guests also have pools with carp, tench and trout available to them.
Weather Forecast
Comment "American bent grass greens are fully irrigated with a host of water hazards throughout the course. Course management accuracy and nerves of steel are the order of the day as holes wind their way around four large man made lakes and numerous freshly refurbished bunkers."
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Reviews

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Excellent test you have to think your way round because of water hazards you dont have to be a long hitter be prepared to lose a ball or two
C
ourse was in very good condition pity about club house very uninviting
very good value for pay as you play
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
David Moorcroft August 19, 2012

Bidford Grange
were taken over by new management in January 2010, do please send us new reviews regarding this club...

Pre new management reviews:
This course is terrible. There is no club shop there is no buggy hire the facilities are awful the course it self is in poor condition and even after the 2 for 1 offer it was not worth ten pounds for the first time in my life i couldnt wait to get of the course 1 of our 4 ball even walked off after 12 holes avoid like the plague
Stuart Truman November 21, 2009

Although under new ownership for 11 months, the course remains in poor condition: pockmarked greens with some loose earth, and most  fairway bunkers overgrown/ GUR. It's a shame as the layout is interesting and with serious investment it could be a great course. On the evidence of our visit, the management also allow too may players per hour at weekends, meaning long waits before every shot. It's £10 with a 2-1 voucher but next time I'll pay a bit more and go elsewhere.
Simon September 30, 2009

New ownership in October 2008.

Just got back from a great weekend at the Bidford Grange golf and country club...
We had a ball from Friday morning through to Sunday afternoon.
The golf course was really nice to play... everyone enjoyed it, although the back nine was a little tough for the higher handicappers... the condition couldn't be faulted tho, apart from a couple of bunkers here and there... but that would be nit picking to be fair.
The hotel was lovely and clean... the room was clean and neat and tidy, with tv and coffee facilities.. bathroom was clean and well kept.
The lunch was excellent, as was the breakfast, the evening meal was fine, but it is common with mass catering to have a slight drop in standards.
The staff coudn't be faulted, friendly and approachable... especially considering the late nights we had with them. The next morning they was up bright and early and still just as friendly... they worked tirelessly throught the weekend...
It's a shame we are not planning going back next year and i for 1 will be looking forward to the next time we visit Bidford Grange.
Remo September 10, 2007






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