GOOD MORNING COURSE IS OPEN BUT WE DO HAVE ALOT OF BUNKERS AND A FEW AREAS HOLDING WATER AFTER LAST NIGHTS HEAVY RAIN. 23mm FELL OVER NIGHT SO PLEASE AVOID ANY WET AREAS WHERE POSSIBLE THANKYOU. (updated 19 August at 03:47)
Welcome

As Captain of the oldest and most revered golf club in Stratford upon Avon, I warmly welcome both visitors and societies to enjoy our very special course and club.

Stratford on Avon golf Club was founded in 1894 but was moved to its present site, off Tiddington Road, when it was formally opened in 1925. Only a few years later our Captain was the inspirational Samuel Ryder, inaugurator of the famous Ryder Cup matches, held every two years between the top professional golfers of America and of the UK and Europe, and now the most coveted team prize in our sport.

We have a challenging yet very picturesque par 72 course, respected and admired by both low and high handicap golfers alike.  The fairways are lined by a variety of mature ornamental trees and our sandy, easy draining subsoil enables play virtually all year round.

A warm welcome awaits you wherever you go; the professional's shop, capably run by Julian Dodsworth and Fred Dewsbury, the excellent catering run by Jo and her team, the bar staff, Paul and Shirley and the clubhouse team. 

For further information look round the web site or to book a round, ring 01789 205749.  Enjoy your day at Stratford on Avon Golf Club

David Rigg
Club Captain

 

 

Welcome to the Stratford-on Avon Golf Club Web site.

You will notice that there are no menus just icons that is because this web site is designed to work on a PC/Mac, tablet Windows/Android/i pad or on a smart phone again
Windows/Android/i phone.

You will always find the home icon on the right side of the screen and if you move over to the left side of the screen a go back arrow will appear.

To the right of this screen are a selection of screens that contain some of the history of our club amongst which is that Samuel Ryder was President of the Club when he first conceived of the event.

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