Golf in Bristol
With excellent road, air and rail links, the intrepid putter can experience the best of golf and the city with Bristol Golf Breaks.
Bristol has burst onto the golf break market with courses, facilities and packages that have captured the travelling golfers imagination. Add to this a great city that offers everything in the way of ‘’apres golf’’ and this has got to be a must for your list.
We've given you an outline of what to expect, but to find out more and for details on booking - visit www.bristolgolfbreaks.com
Bristol is also home to the first indoor golf simulation facility in the South West. At inPlay Golf based in the Harbourside area, six simulators provide the latest technology allowing you to play golf indoors using real clubs and real 100% golf balls, but in a Virtual World. With over 150 golf courses from around the World on offer including courses such as Pebble Beach, Dubai Creek and the home of golf, St Andrews, you can be sure that whatever the weather, you will always be guaranteed great conditions.
Starting south of the city Burnham & Berrow, Weston super Mare and Worlebury offer links golf to die for. Nothing for the feint hearted here as the Bristol Channel’s breezes are rarely missing. To break up the seaside feel Enmore Park adds a touch of lovely parkland to this side of the city.
Moving nearer to the city Clevedon, Filton and Henbury offer the choice of wonderful old, tree lined courses. The view from the opening holes at Clevedon over The Bristol Channel are worth getting up for on their own irrespective of the golf you play.
Shirehampton, Knowle and Tall Pines offer fabulous parkland facilities very close to the heart of the city. The welcome at all three clubs is renowned and all offer Saturday tee times for visiting groups. Tall Pines also has the added benefit of its proximity to Bristol International Airport for groups looking for a game just before they depart or shortly after arriving in the city.
The Kendleshire and The Players Club are the youngest courses in the city but don’t get fooled by age. These two clubs have already created fabulous reputations for themselves with visitors returning time and time again to play the great water holes that both offer.
The city also offers the chance to visit the fabulous Cotswolds and with Minchinhampton and Chipping Sodbury there is a chance to not only play four tremendous courses but also sample the views and hospitality of the Gloucestershire countryside.
Why choose Bristol?
Bristol is a city with individuality and spirit and this is true of our golfing offer too. Visit us once and we promise you it won’t be long before you want to come back again.
For much more information - Visit the Bristol Golf Breaks website at www.bristolgolfbreaks.com