Chipping Sodbury Golf Club
This parkland course, designed by Freed Hawtree in 1971 incorporates some tricky holes, with water hazards aplenty.
Stretching 6994 yards, the Beaufort courses is a great option, especially for those groups staying over in neighboring Bristol.
There is also a free 6 hole par 3 course with a practice chipping green and driving range (use of own golf balls required).
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The Chipping Sodbury Golf Club formed in 1905 but it wasn’t until 1971 that it became a parkland 18 holer thanks to the design of Fred Hawtree.
The Beaufort Course is 6994 yards long and offers challenges to all with water hazards featuring on many holes and greens.
In May 2005, the Wissun Course was created, adjoining the main. This is a free 6 hole par 3 course with a practice chipping green and driving range (use of own golf balls required).
Those looking to stay nearby can either stay at the 17th Century market town of Chipping Sodbury or make use of the busy bars and pubs of Bristol, 12 miles away.
- Driving Range
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- Club House
- In House Bar
- In House Restaurant