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Boldmere Golf Club

Address Boldmere Golf Club, Monmouth Drive, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B73 6JL
Telephone 0121 354 3379
Holes 18 - A "tricky and challenging" course due to the length of its long par 3's
Yardage 4474
Par/SSS 63/61
Visitors Must contact by phone in advance
Societies Phone and book - allowed form 11am
Green Fees
C per 18 holes / C weekends
Cheaper rates in winter and afternoons
Course Designer Established in 1936 originally as a 9 hole golf course
Location Situated on the edge of Sutton Park leading to some rewarding views across the La Reserve lake, 1m W of Sutton Coldfield
Facilities On site golf shop, leading stockist of golf equipment and clothing. Stocking Lyle and Scott, Galvin Green, Callaway, Taylor Made and many more!
Weather Forecast
About Boldmere The club boasts the oldest pro-am event in Europe, with top professionals joining the competition since it began in 1952.

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boldmere is what it is having played there for 42yrs ive seen and played with most of the great players who have passed through and in truth most have left because the long par 3s are too tricky and fustrating for the low handicapers its a great test of golf well worth a visit
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Fair
andrew christophorou December 9, 2013

Boldmere Golf Course near Sutton Coldfield is one the poorest and saddest excuses for a golf I have ever had the misfortune to play. The greens are so poorly looked after that they are full of water in places even in August and they are hacked to pieces. The course is so hard to follow that you will easily get lost, so make sure you've got a good guide as the map is close to useless. I will say that there is one good point about this course and that is to see the Geese on the green which have come off the large lake next to the course, but the only downfall to this is the excess amount of droppings which you have to walk though and play in. Also be aware of the dog foul on certain parts. Plus I recommend you take a good book as often you will have to wait to cross the greens to get to your next tee as the layout is very poor and I also recommend watching for flying balls because while I was playing a ball landed by my feet on more than one occasion.
If you want to play a council course in the Erdington area, I strongly recommend playing at Pype Hayes instead which is a much nicer course. If you'd like to play a decent private course cheap, I recommend going to Widney Manor Golf Course in Solihull which is stunning.
Value For Money: Poor
Mark: 2/10
Peter Lewis August 4, 2010

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