Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
Wyre Common,
Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire DY14 8HQ
Tel : +44(0) 1299-271112 Fax : +44(0) 1299-271468

Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club was established in 1993, as a nine hole course. It has developed rapidly with an excellent mix of traditional values and a modern approach to golf club management. Cleobury will become a fully integrated 27 hole complex in Autumn 1998. The club has nearly 700 members and has become popular with visitors from all over the UK and overseas. A warm and friendly atmosphere extends throughout the clubhouse that offers bar and catering seven days a week.

14 km (11 miles) west of Kidderminster towards Cleobury Mortimer. Turn right off the A4117 onto the B4201, 500 yards turn right into the club entrance.

Further Information
Information herein was provided by the club 29 June 98.
Clubhouse Tel: +44(0)299-271320.

Course Details

Course Name: Cleobury Mortimer Holes: 27 Yardage: 6300 SSS:
Cleobury Mortimer' 27 holes comprise three very different loops of nine, Deer Park 3167 yards par 35, plays around some ancient oak trees many greens have danger behind. The 8th, a beautiful par 3 over water, makes an interesting challenge.

Badgers Sett runs alongside the ancient Wyre Forest very scenic with several left hand dog legs, the trickiest being the 400 yrd, par 4. The 8th hole described as one of the best par 4's in the midlands in a recent review. Badgers Sett is 3271 yards, par 36 .

The newest loop, Foxes Run, opens late in 1998. This niner has large undulating greens and some spectacular views over the rest of the course and surrounding countryside Foxes Run is 2960yds par 34 and finishes with an exciting par 4 dog leg right around water onto a large raised green.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • cmgc golf

    tidy wrote on: Mar 16, 2010

    The course is fantastic, having played Foxes Run and Deer Park it is clear to see why my colleagues have told me to come and play here. With tricky holes to match some birdie-able holes it's a course to suit all abilities. A big mentio must go to the 9th hole on Foxes Run which has to be one of the best holes in the Midlands area, with water each side of the fairway and to the right hand side of the green this can lead to a birdie/ par chance or if not positioned correctly a 6. 7 or even an 8! Excellent facilities and friendly staff, already looking forward to my next visit.


  • Course Review

    Ken Vinall wrote on: Dec 4, 2003

    I played this course in a four ball in October 2003. A very interesting set of 27 holes that need careful thought to get round with a good score. The course still needs to settle down and should be an excellent course in about 5 years time, it is a good course and will get better.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Clare Purnell 7/02

    Clare Purnell wrote on: Jun 30, 2002

    Ø Today I added this club to the list of course that I have played. It is well
    worth playing and I found it a real test of my game. We played the Badger's
    Sett 9 on the way out and the on the majority of tees we were driving blind
    as the holes were so cleverly laid out. It is a course that definately
    punishes the wayward drive and even the par 3 holes were a real test of
    accuracy. On the way back we played the Deer Park and again the holes gave
    food for thought, the par 3 *th certainly was a test of ability with a large
    pool in the front of the green and a steep bank running away on the right
    hand side. Bunkers were well positioned and some of them were so sttep that
    you would certainly pity the golfer who stayed into this territory. Overall an excellent course and one that I certainly intend to play again.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mike Toone 6/00

    Mike Toone wrote on: May 31, 2000

    I have played Cleobury Golf course alot of times and I think it is a fantastic course and probably one of the best in Shropshire.