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Wishaw Golf Club

Address Wishaw Golf Club, Bulls Lane, Wishaw, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B76 9QW
Telephone Pro Shop/Bookings: 0121 313 2110
Golf Academy: 07734 297212
Catering Manager: 07798 554681
Website www.wishawgc.co.uk
Email golf@wishawgc.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole challenging parkland course known for its superb layout and challenging water features.
Yardage 6069-5841-5545
Par 70-70-73
Visitors Open to pay and play visiting parties. Full Dress Code.
Societies Advance Booking necessary. Society Packages available
Green Fees
Weekday: C / Weekend: D
Course Designer RS Wallis
Founded in 1992.
Location Situated in the historic Hamlet of Wishaw, 3m NW of M42 J9
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Facilities
• Clubhouse facilities upgraded, new conservatory (2009)
• Golf Academy / Short Game Academy / State of the Art Indoor Facilities (Indoor nets, video facilities, putting green, puttingvideo analysis, "Scoring Zone facility with bunkers & USGA standard green)
• Thriving Junior Section
• Custom fit centre
• Chipping & bunker practice area & putting green located outside the Clubhouse
• Powakaddy Mobile Repair Service
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Course Changes "July 2008 saw big changes to the golf course. The changes include 3 new holes built on a new piece of land. A 506 yard Par 5, a 142 yard Par 3 and a 355 Yard Par 4. 3 current holes were taken out of play, and the extra space used to improve the current holes.
The alterations brought the course back upto a 6069 yard Par 70., adding approximately 300 yards onto its length.
Our latest edition for the 2013 season is the newly evolved 11th hole, with the tee shot pulled back your first has to clear the brook allowing for a dog legged second over more water into a newly formed green that slopes from back to front. With out of bounds and drop zones this is hole requires nerve to score well."
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Only played 9 holes but the course was in excellent condition. Fantastic first tee is high up and gives great views and a good drive will fly down the hill. However the 9th is back up the same hill and is a good test of you distance and height shots (we struggled!). The 'rough' is newly planted so will provide more of a challenge over time, however at the moment all is not lost if you stray off the fairway. Overall fantastic course.
Max Keeling

Having played Wishaw recently, I can only say what a pleasure it was, the course was very well maintained with well defined shape to the fairways.The course was interesting to play with some well thought out water hazards.
Dean






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