Bristol is home to some of the finest golf courses in the UK and offers excellent golfing opportunities in beautiful surroundings, whilst enjoying convenient transport connections. If you are looking for a golfing holiday, the Golfing Travel Centre offers a wide selection of Bristol golf breaks. Choose from the immaculately kept courses of the Bristol and Clifton Golf Club Course, which hosted English Men’s Amateur Championship in 2013, or the Knowle Golf Club Course in the city itself, which offers great value for money. Meanwhile, the St Pierre Marriott Hotel and Country Club is ideal for those seeking to golf in a luxurious setting. Bristol has an excellent choice of links and is fast becoming a leading destination for the UK golf tour. Visit the Gol
Bristol is a well-known city, located on the beautiful River Avon in the southwest of England. Its old heritage and charm is not yet lost with its quaint cobbled streets and picture-perfect harbour but offers the modern traveller the best of both with its iconic suspension bridge, bustling music scene and street art culture. What many don’t know is that Bristol, and its surrounding areas, are also home to some great golf courses.
Bristol is one of England's top locations for golf with stunning courses, refreshing Bristol breeze and fantastic views.
Why not head down to the Hallmark hotel for a modern stay and access to one of the best golf clubs in the South West: Gloucester Golf Club. Or if you’re looking for something more traditional, check out St. Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club and enjoy your time staying in an elegant 14th century manor house with access to two incredible courses: Mathern and Championship Old course.
At Golf Travel Centre, our golf travel experts have curated an amazing range of breaks in Bristol for you to choose from. Whether it’s a quiet weekend away with a loved one, a busy family holiday or a solo golfing trip, we have the perfect package just for you.
Bristol in the summertime is something not to be missed. Enjoy the brilliant British sunshine, sea breezes, coastlines and golf courses. Spring can also be a great time to enjoy golf in Bristol as the weather can be mild, making more perfect golfing conditions.
Bristol is easily accessible by train with routes running from all over the country year-round. You may also find that driving to Bristol can be a good idea as you can bring your own golf equipment and can make the most of the bordering areas while you're there. You could take a short trip to Bath or Gloucester, for example.
The Twenty Ten Course was built to host The Ryder Cup in 2010, hence the name. Being one of golf’s greatest team tournaments, the course is sure to please all golfers, both pro and amaterur alike. There are water hazards on almost half of its holes, provides a testing challenge for all as well as stunning lake views too.