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Brocton Hall Golf Club - Staffordshire, United Kingdom

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Brocton Hall Golf Club, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST17 0TH, United Kingdom

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01785 661901
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http://www.broctonhall.com/
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secretary@broctonhall.com
Length: 6048yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 69

About the Golf Club

Brocton Hall Golf Club was founded in 1894 and moved to its present location in 1923.

The beautiful 18 hole parkland course was designed by Harry Vardon and its layout remains very largely as he planned it. The mature trees and attractive water features combine to provide a searching test of golf.

The club house, a distinguished country house, provides excellent bar and renowned dining facilities.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

A mature parkland course with a fine early 18th century club house. The course is unusual in having no par 5s for the men (the 6th is a par 5 for the ladies). The fun starts at the second hole, a long drive leaves a shortish iron over a valley to an elevated sloping green; OB right. The 3rd is a tiny elevated par 3 which should not be taken lightly, anything right or back is likely to be lost. The 4th is a short par 4 with a medium iron blind in to a valley, grassy hill left, OB right; then a wedge or 9 iron approach to an elevated green. Each hole has something to offer. After a drink at watering hole at the 9th tee, a 180 yard par-3 with the club house lake in play to a green encircled by Old Acre Brook. Look forward to the 12th, a long par 4 driving over the shoulder of a hill to a down sloping fairway, thence a long club over a stream to an elevated left to right green...very difficult. The back nine comprises 7 par 4s on the bounce before a teasing 160 yard par 3 over a pool, wonderful in the Spring with banks of daffodils. On a clear summer day, a classic English golf course with a lot to offer..

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