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Marriott Forest Of Arden Golf & Country Club

Address Marriott Forest Of Arden Golf & Country Club, Maxstoke Lane, Meriden, Warwickshire, CV7 7HR
Telephone +44 1676 522 335
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Holes Both 18
Yardage Arden (Championship) Course - 7213, Aylesford (Resort) Course - (5801)
Par Both 72
SSS Arden - 73, Aylesford - 71
Visitors Book 10 days in advance, 48 hours in advance for weekends
Special Offers and Golfing Breaks available at this location.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon to Fri before 9am & after 3pm only on the Arden Course. Phone in advance to book.
Play at all times on the Aylesford Course excluding weekend mornings. Phone in advance.
Societies By arrangement
Green Fees
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Course Designer Donald Steel - 1970
Location In the heart of the Midlands, set in rural Warwickshire countryside, yet only 4 miles from the NEC complex and Birmingham Airport, 1m SW on B4102.
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Facilities
• Driving Range (see information below), putting green, practice area
• Golf Academy
• Spa, tennis, fitness centre & pool complex
• Meeting rooms
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Comments Arden Championship Course host to the British Masters June 2003.
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Course Reviews The championship Arden course is very challenging for all
players. It is a very fun golf course especially the 9th hole and the 18th.
The Aylesford course is also very good and is very fun. Unlike the Arden the Aylesford is more forgiving but still hard.
Phil Wastell


The course is long and hard going from the back tees. However the condition is excellent and the greens were top class. Quite rightly hold European Tour events. The 18th is Breathtaking over the water and you have done very well if you par it.
John Fielding


Aylesford Course - Overall a little disappointed. There is a lot of GUR and a couple of holes are being moved or re-developed - some of which is not shown on the course planners. During the changes, the 17th and 18th are sometimes closed as they are used as a practice groung for the new Golf Academy. Consequently the 18th Green is just a part of the fairway with a pin ! One or two of the holes are however a good test of skill but without being too hard. It would be interesting to play the course again once all of the work has been completed. All staff however are extremely helpful and pleasant
Neil Hughes
Driving Range
Hours 8am-9pm
Bays 7
Covered Yes
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit N/A
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