Course Closed, Club House is open at lunch time (updated 12 December at 10:21)
The Course

Set in 220 acres of beautiful parkland lined with magnificent old oak and ash trees along with willow around the ponds. A variety of evergreens provide colour during the winter months. Kings Norton provides one of the regions most enjoyable golfing challenges. The three 9 hole loops, designed by Frederic W. Hawtree, offer three 18 hole combinations all in excess of 6,787 yards from the back tees each with 3 other tees to suit golfers of all abilities. There is also an 11 hole, 833 yards par 3 course available for beginners and those who wish to get some exercise and keep their short game in tune.

Constructed on a gravel based drainage layer the greens are large, averaging around 650 square metres and playable all year. We also pride ourselves in not having temporary greens. With miles of drainage laid over the last 20 years, the course can be played most of the year.

Weatheroak

The ClubPlaying the Blue and Red loops, this is the longest combination at 7,010 yards off the blue tees (SS 74) through to 6,437 off the yellow tees (SS 71) and 5,865 (SS 75) off the red tees.

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image: Weatheroak

Wythall

The ClubPlaying the Red and Yellow loops, this combination measures 6,787 yards off the blue tees (SS 73) through to 6,315 off the yellow tees (SS 71) and 5,719 (SS 74) off the red tees.

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image: Wythall

Brockhill

The Club

Playing the Yellow and Blue loops, this combination measures 6,851 yards off the blue tees (SS 73) through to 6,364 off the yellow tees (SS 71) and 5,862 (SS 75) off the red tees.

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image: Brockhill

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