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The Kendleshire Golf Club, Bristol ➤

Address: Henfield Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol BS36 2UY
Tel: 0117 956 7007
Director of Golf: Pat Murphy
Tel (Pro): 0117 956 7000
Head Professional: Tony Mealing

Club Information ➤

Golf is firmly at the heart of the Kendleshire experience, and with 27 memorable championship holes spread over nearly 260 acres of the stunning Frome valley, it is no wonder.

The Hollows & Ruffet Courses were opened in 1997 to much critical acclaim. Designed by Adrian Stiff they both feature plenty of water and these holes were voted in the top 10 new British courses in 1998 by Golf World. The Peter McEvoy-designed Badminton Course was opened in 2001, built to complement its sister courses whilst adding an extra degree of challenge with its undulating greens. Our greens are well known for their quality and accuracy, built to USGA standards and tended-to by a very professional team of greenstaff.

In 2009 the club hosted the Reid Trophy for the EGU, with Ewan Scott becoming the European under-14 boys champion. It has also been the venue for EuroPro and Jamega Tour events, as well as the Gloucestershire County Championships in 2008.

The Kendleshire is a regional centre of excellence for practicing, our extensive facilities often being used by the county and national teams, whilst our dedicated team of Professional Staff between them cover the broad range of golf tuition.

There are a number of levels of Membership available at the club, tailored to suit your particular requirements, and with unique facilities such as The Zone as well as a young, vibrant membership, The Kendleshire sets itself apart.

Meanwhile if you are looking to bring a group or host a golf day with us, there is a variety of packages that we offer - we're sure to find or put one together that will work!

Green Fees:
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How to find us:
Leave the M4 at the Junction 18 exit, from the roundabout follow the signs towards Stroud (A46), after 50 yards take the left turn towards Codrington (B4465), stay on this road for 4-5 miles.

You will go over a small railway bridge, from which take the third road on the right (this is Henfield Road, signposted with a brown “golf course” sign).

Stay on this road and you will find the entrance to 'The Kendleshire' on your left after about 600 yards.