Woodspring Golf and Country Club
Yanley Lane, Long Ashton,
Bristol, Avon BS18 9LR
Tel : +44 (0)1275 394378 Fax : +44 (0)1275 394473

Woodspring Golf and Country Club is owned and managed by David Lloyd Leisure. Situated in 180 acres of undulating countryside. The Avon and Brunel nines measuring 2942 and 3320 respectively have been designed by Peter Aliss and Clive Clarke.

27 Hole Golf Course with 25 Bay Floodlit Driving range, Practice/Coaching facilities and luxurious Clubhouse

Follow the main A38 trunk road, 4.5 miles south of Bristol city centre.

Further Information
Details herein provided by club 25 June 98, later 6 Feb 01

Course Details

Course Name: Brunel / Severn Holes: 18 Yardage: 6587 SSS: 71
The Brunel nine, named after the local river measures 3276 yards and has been designed by one of Britain's leading golf architects, Donald Steele.
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Course Name: Avon Holes: 9 Yardage: 2942 SSS:
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  • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews .

    wrote on: Jan 20, 2004

    This is not an honest review of the Woodspring courses. Its nothing more than an advert written I suggest by someone associated with the running of this club....He fails to mention that the greens are almost always in very poor condition. The whole course is built over clay and therefore is either waterlogged and boggy or very dry and severely cracked. I cannot deny that it has an interesting layout and if you're fortuneate to arrive on one of the rare days that this course is in reasonable conditon, you'll probbly enjoy it. But be asured it's not all it's cracked up to be.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Phil Jones 11/00

    Phil Jones wrote on: Oct 31, 2000

    After our fill, we proceeded to the Brunel Course, with the opening hole just a wood and short iron into the green. The 2nd has to be one of my two favourite holes on the Brunel Course, a Par 3, 162 yards (yellow Tees), with water all down the right and out of bounds down the left, if your game is a fade, watch out for the big oak and bunker which awaits you, its a very difficult Par 3, if you find the bunker. We played through the remaining holes and then we came to the 9th, a 385 yard (yellow tees) Par 4, this hole is the other of my favourites on the Brunel Course, an elevated tee across a valley, with the valley being lined with very tall and dense trees, so a good tee shot is a must. A good tee shot will leave you only a mid iron to the green. The green is well guarded, with a lake in the front and more bunkers at the front left, so going for the green is a must.
    The Course is an absolute must for any visiting or resident golfer, the course and facilities are second to none and have so much to offer. If we had to put a rating to this course, it would have to be 10 out of 10.
    Our thanks go to Nigel Beer (General manager and Head Professional), John Field (Asst Professional), Kevin Pitt (Asst Professional), Andy Glenvil (Asst Professional) and David Franklin (Course Marshal).