Swindon Golf Club
Bridgnorth Road,
Dudley, West Midlands DY3 4PU
Tel : +44 (0)1902 897031

Swindon Golf ClubSwindon Golf Club's wooded parkland golf course in Dudley - Wolverhampton, offers some of the best and most picturesque holes of golf in the Staffordshire county.

Situated near Wolverhampton, we have all of the facilities you may require for your day - driving range, practice area, restaurant and bar. Most holes are surrounded by avenues of pines, firs and rhododendrons. Swindon offers a warm friendly Black Country welcome to social, corporate golfers and a true test of golf for the more competitive players.

We are also home to one of the most successful teams in the West Midlands League.

Situated on the Bridnorth Road, between Bridgnorth and Wolverhampton on the B4176

Visitor Details
Visitors are welcome - Please book in advance on (01902) 897031

Items For Hire
Buggy £20.00, Trolley £3.00

• 18 bay driving range
• Clubhouse with catering
• PGA Professional - James Wright
• Putting and Chipping Green
• Extensive secure car park
• Well stocked shop

Further Information
• Regular social events and weekly competitions.
• Vibrant seniors, ladies and juniors section.

Green Fees
Weekdays Weekends & Bank Holidays
18 holes £25 Full Day £35
9 holes £12.50
Members Guest £15
18 Holes £30 Full Day £40
9 Holes £15.00
Members Guests £20

For free details and cards send an SAE (self addressed envelope) to
James Wright
Swindon Golf Club
Bridgnorth Road

Course Details
Course Name: Swindon Holes: 18 Yardage: 6081 SSS: 69

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

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  • Little Gem

    Richard Morris wrote on: Oct 6, 2011

    Arrived to be greeted by friendly staff who showed me were the first tee was and then as playing on my own was greeted by friendly members who asked me to join them in a round. Tees and greens in very good condition. great views from many of the holes and was very impressed with holes 13, 14, and 15 which were all lined with pines. Most of the holes on the course are tree lined making it very tight in places. Not a very long course but will definitely be back!


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    jamie lunn wrote on: Mar 14, 2005

    i have read your message and the club looks very nice,my uncle used to be a member tnere


  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Minton 04/01

    John Minton wrote on: Mar 31, 2001

    Poor temp greens for more than 6 months a year. Some par 5's reachable with a medium iron from the tee when temps are in play. During the summer though the course is aesthetically pleasing, with trees everywhere, but doesn't play that way, it's a good challenge even for the straight hitter. Stones are abundant as it was a quarry at one time and during the summer the small greens are rock hard and unreceptive. It's a must play at least once a year but only when the weather is superb and the 1st tee is clear.