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With its central location and ease of access, golf breaks in West Midlands, available through the Golf Travel Centre, offer the perfect location for short breaks or a longer stay. With a variety of courses to choose from, there is always the perfect one for all levels of player. The West Midlands has hosted four Ryder Cups and offers many superb hotel resorts. Take a look at the majestic Hallmark Hotel, The Welcombe, Stratford Upon Avon, which has an 18 hole championship golf course. There are excellent transport links throughout the West Midlands, making it possible to enjoy many different courses and golf challenges over a weekend. Diverse scenery and excellent facilities ensure that the Golf Travel Centre golf breaks in West Midlands will keep you c
The West Midlands may sound like a humble destination, but this little section of the UK is home to some of the best golf this side of the channel. With Abbey Hotel, Hawkstone Park and the gorgeous Forest of Arden (to name but a few) you will be spoilt for choice when making a decision between our excellent range of West Midlands golf clubs. Furthermore, a central location and easy access makes a West Midlands golf break a perfect choice for a quick countryside weekend getaway from any of our larger cities.
Our favourite is of course The Belfry. Forest of Arden golf was a close second, but we just can’t get enough of this wonderful venue, steeped in Ryder Cup history and home to some truly memorable moments. So that you can get a taste of these lush courses, our Golf Travel Experts have curated a selection of Belfry Golf Deals at some excellent prices.
Off the Course
When you’re not soaking up the glory of great golfing history, why not turn your golf break in the Midlands into a golf and spa break, and soak up some luxury and relaxation as well. Many of these top golf destinations are also home to award winning spas, and nothing is better after a long game. Alternatively, take a trip into Birmingham and get some shopping done at the famous Bullring.
If you prefer a quieter trip, we recommend spring - you might find milder weather than a summer visit, but the courses are likely to be less crowded, and your game more enjoyable. From March to May temperatures are balmy, and golf games carefree.