Gay Hill Golf Club
The excellent course is complemented by a putting green, practice facilities, and a well-stocked pro shop offering the latest in equipment and clothing, as well as lessons and coaching from our Golf professional.
Founded in 1913, the Club will celebrate its centenary year in 2013, and work is well underway to ensure this will be a memorable year for all our visitors, members, and their families.
With first class catering, a great course, and a lively social programme, visitors, societies, and members alike, are assured of a warm and hospitable welcome at Gay Hill.
The course is laid out in a valley with gently sloping sides, through which runs a stream and its tributary which is used to great effect on several holes.
Although not a particularly long course, measuring just 6406 yards from the white tees, 6157 from the yellows, and 5418 yards from the reds. The tree lined fairways, and proximity of the streams on several holes, make this a course which challenges and rewards players at levels of skill and ability.
The 12th is our signature hole. A par 3 of just 120 yards, it is played from an elevated tee, through a dell ringed by hawthorn, to a relatively small green. Viewed in spring the blossom leading up to this hole is a stunningly beautiful sight. Several holes, notably the 6th, 16th, 17th, and 18th, are 'ridge and furrow' fairways; rarely seen on golf courses these days, so you will need to plan your shots with care!
Our Head Greenkeeper, Vince Gilroy, and his highly experienced team, are committed to presenting the course in first class condition throughout the year, so maintaining its long held reputation as an excellent golf course .
The professional course record is held by Richard Livingston from Kings Norton Golf Club, who scored 66 in 1983. The amateur record score of 64 was set in 1993 by a 17 year old junior, Paul Johnson, from Handsworth Golf Club, who later became an Assistant Professional at Gay Hill. The ladies record was set by Jane Mander from Coventry Golf Club, who scored 68 in 2000.
Our Golf Shop offers competitive prices on an extensive range of equipment from those well known brands you would expect to find in a professional golf shop. Whether it’s a sleeve of balls, golf clubs, an electric trolley or the latest satellite gps unit, Whatever you require you can be certain that we will do all they can to meet your exact needs.
Visitors are always made to feel welcome at Gay Hill Golf Club, and you can be certain of an enjoyable day. Refreshments are available throughout the day from our first class catering team. We do expect our visitors to follow our course etiquette, and to read and observe our dress code. Please also remember to bring your handicap certificate with you.
Monday to Friday £36.50
Weekends and Bank Hols £40.50
Members' guests: Mon- thurs £16.50, Fri £19.50, weekends and bank hols £22.50
2 fore 1 offers
Mon – fri £38 per pair, weekends and bank hols £45 per pair
please call 0121 474 6001 in advance for bookings
We offer special rates and packages for Societies and Corporate/Charity Days
A reasonable standard of casual dress is required in the Clubhouse and on the Course. No jeans, collarless shirts, or trainers, are permitted at any time. Tailored shorts and short white socks are permitted in the club lounge, but guests are asked to change if entering the dining room. Dress code for the restaurant is smart casual.
The use of mobile phones in the Club House is not permitted other than in the phone booth located in the entrance hall.
|Open All Year|
|2013 (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
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