Enville Golf Club
Highgate Common, Enville,
Stourbridge, West Midlands DY7 5BN
Tel : +44 (0)1384 872074 Fax : +44 (0)1384 872074

9 km west of Stourbridge

Course Details

Course Name: Highgate Holes: 18 Yardage: 6471 SSS: 72

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Course Name: Lodge Holes: 18 Yardage: 6275 SSS: 70
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jack Hemsley 16/7/02

    Jack Hemsley wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    The Highgate course and part of the Lodge were once all heathland until it was decided to make it into a golf course. Anywhere slightly left or right off the faiway you will find yourself in a thick clump of heather or long wispy grass so straightness off the tee is what you need to shoot low around here. With a few long par-4's and two long par-3's it is by no means an easy course and many struggle around here. Basically a 200 yard drive in the fairway is better than a 250 yard drive in the heather! In the summer if hot weather is about it becomes a lot like a links course with firm fairways and greens sometimes a ball can have 60-70 yards of run even more maybe. But always at Enville you can sure that you will have an enjoyable experience.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jack Hemsley 15/7/02

    Jack Hemsley wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    The Lodge course to all us members is unmistakenly tougher than the highgate when you almost play two different courses in one! Holes 1-3 has many bunkers (fairway and greenside), and thick heather everywhere you look apart from the fairway and green! You then cross the road to play holes 4-12 with hardly any bunkers but harder holes. Two long par-5's and three long, undilating par-4's (stroke index 1, 2 and 5), also a long uphill par-3, 230 yd's to a raised, very sloping green. Next, you come back over the road to play 13-18 which are very much like the first three holes. A tough track to any golfer and always an enjoyable meal to look forward to after.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tim Southan 1/99

    Tim Southan wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    After an enjoyable game of golf during the summer on challenging greens I then visted the restraunt and found the food here to be first class and of the highest standard. This golf course has a fabulous combination of golf and excellent food.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews R.J.Bury 11/98

    R.J.Bury wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Enville has two separate courses, namely the ' Highgate' (6541 yards, SSS 72) and the 'Lodge' (6207 yards - S.S.S. 70). Situated at the edge of the West Midlands, Enville Golf Club lies in true rural countryside. The nature of both courses are a mixture of woodland and heathland, consequentially, the accuracy of the tee shot is the main criterion to avoid finding the ball (or not) either surrounded by trees or in deep heather. Both of Enville's courses are an absolute ' must to play' for any discerning Golfer. Once experienced, a return visit is an absolute priority. Like most good golf courses, Enville is notoriously difficult to find. The directions are as follows:- Leave the A449 at the Stewponey Hotel taking the Bridgnorth Road A458, fork right 500 yards after passing the Fox Inn following signs to 'Golf Club'. Stay on road for approximately 1 miles then turn left at sign to 'Golf Club'. The clubhouse is located 500 yards down road on left side.