Golf Courses In Herefordshire

If you are looking for a challenging round of golf then it is time for that golf holiday, discover perfect golf breaks surrounded by acres of countryside at these golf courses in Herefordshire.

Find golf breaks in Herefordshire at these idyllic locations

Herefordshire is a friendly region with fantastic golf courses and resorts that will offer you a relaxing, enjoyable golf break. From the quality of the golf courses to the picturesque locations and off-site activities, it has it all for your next golfing holiday.

Do you want to play at more than one club, a golf tour, playing round the county? There are several different types of group accommodation, to suit your budget, from bed and breakfast in Hereford to luxury 5* self-catering accommodation off the beaten track.

If you are looking for a short weekend, two day or weeklong golf break, Herefordshire is a great golfing destination. Clubs offer a selection of packages and tee times, so you can easily book your next golf break or tour! From spectacular venues to inexpensive weekend getaways that will help you get the best on the fairways.

Herefordshire is one of England’s most rural and sparsely populated counties but it is a tourism hotspot. The county offers numerous castles, stately homes, gorgeous gardens. and award-winning eateries. Some visitors to Herefordshire love cycling holidays in Herefordshire which includes the Herefordshire Cider Route where you can sample the delights of the county’s cider-making, which goes back some 350 years.

Seek out a few of England’s unsung golf courses for your golfing break. From the lofty heights of Kington Golf Course to the glorious woodland of Ross-on-Wye Golf Course, and to the cider orchards at Burghill Valley Golf Course.

South Herefordshire Golf Club is a golfing gem, which lends itself to all ability of golfer from first tee to last green. A golf trip is needed to fully appreciate the panoramic views over Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and the Welsh Hills, which is the signature feature of this beautiful golf course.

It is hard to see how eighteen holes could be anything but serene and delightful. This is a friendly club which has everything to offer golfers from practice facilities including a carpeted, floodlit driving range, short game areas, 9 Hole Par 3 Course to a great 18 Hole Championship Course.

Burghill Valley Golf Club is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Herefordshire and stunning views of the Hay Bluff in the distance.

Providing a challenging eighteen-hole golf course set upon gently undulating parkland, woods, lakes and even mature cider orchards.

All visitors are welcome to play making it a great venue for a golf trip and a perfect opportunity to enjoy a game of golf and relax.

Why not book a midweek round of golf, enjoy an early start, nothing beats a sunrise on the golf course and a drink and food in the clubhouse after a great round with friends.

Alexander Park boasts one of the best driving ranges in the country.  Its 12 bay elevated position gives beautiful unobstructed views all the way out to 300 yards.

The range is open to non-members as well as members and the golf professionals are always on-hand to provide specialised coaching for you to reach your potential.

The golf course consists of two nine hole loops, with ultimate convenience as the 9th green as well as the 18th green are situated within easy walking distance of the driving range, golf clubhouse and bistro.

Set in beautiful North Herefordshire countryside you will find this golf course is well-maintained, superb greens and defined fairways. A brook runs throughout the course making it a testing but an enjoyable game of golf.

After a hard day on the golf course you may have worked up a bit of an appetite! Why not satisfy your taste buds with something from the  tea rooms? They offer a light bites menu for those with a small appetite and also plenty of unique healthy options too. Most of the food is sourced locally and is specially selected for its freshness and quality of flavour.

The Herefordshire Golf Club moved to its present location at the Raven’s Causeway some 36 years later in 1932 on a site founded by legendary golf course designer James Braid.

The golf course forms part of 148 acres of magnificent tranquil countryside which provides a stunning and challenging round of golf.

The most historic Golf Course in Herefordshire coupled with the Causeway Restaurant, Bar and Terrace serving the finest local produce.

All visitors are welcome to play, enjoy the stunning views and sample some of the best local produce in the Causeway bar or restaurant.

In the wooded hills above the Wye Valley sits one of the finest courses in the West Midlands, the Ross On Wye Golf Club. Carefully designed around the contours of the land, this stunning woodlands course has remained untouched since its original design in 1960 and continues to be a favourite among golf lovers.

Ross-on-Wye Golf Club is the perfect venue for all golf days, you will be welcomed into this Herefordshire gem from the moment you step inside.

After your round of golf, enjoy the delights on offer in the bar. The catering team provide bespoke menus using the finest local Herefordshire ingredients. A selection of draft beers, gin, and Herefordshire Cider is on offer.

The 18-hole golf course in Kington, on Bradnor Hill, is the highest golf course in the country at over 390 meters above sea level.

Together with the outstanding views, the superb greens and the forgiving turf make Kington a ‘must play’ destination. The greens are quick, relatively small and well-protected so approach shots need to be precise.

Kington Golf Club is renowned for its warm welcome to visitors who can enjoy unrivalled panoramic views from the Clubhouse. Drinks and snacks are available throughout the day in the bar area and more formal dining is offered in the dining-room.

Enjoy a round of golf on two challenging nine hole courses; The Deer Run and Badgers, professionally landscaped with outstanding stone and water features. Combined with top class playing surfaces, rolling woodland with panoramic views.

When you have completed a round of golf why not wind down and relax in The Hickory Stick Restaurant? The black and white converted threshing barn has been sympathetically transformed into the spacious 75 seat restaurant.

Halo Golf Course & Putting Green is a superb 9-hole, 3065-yard, par 35 course that is open to players seven days a week. It is well developed, matured golf course set over flat parkland so no need for a buggy.

The Herefordshire Trail is a 150 mile circular walk of Herefordshire visiting five market towns in the county; Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned.

Experience some delightful villages and beautiful countryside, including Golden Valley by the River Dore, a tributary of the Monnow, and black and white villages and orchards and woodland.

Along the way are rural churches, castle ruins and other historic features together with country inns and farmhouses offering bed and breakfast.

Places To Stay Whilst Walking The Herefordshire Trial:

Benhall Farm (Putley – Ross)
CWM Craig Farm (Ross – Kilpeck)
Poston Mill Park (Kilpeck – Turnastone)
Cottage Farm (Turnastone – Whitney Toll Bridge)
Haywood Cabin (Whitney Toll Bridge – Titley)
The Coach House (Titley – Leintwardine)
Monktree Barns (Leintwardine – Orleton)
Talbot Hotel (Orleton – Puddlestone)
Falcon Hotel (Puddlestone – Bishops Frome)
Woodside Country Park (Bishops Frome – Putley)

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