Welcome to Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club


Welcome to Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club, a full length 27 hole, picturesque golf course located on the Shropshire and Worcestershire border.

Founded in 1993, this Ray Baldwin designed course continues to improve and test all abilities of golfers year upon year. As a popular destination, Cleobury Mortimer golf club plays host to the Worcestershire Open Pro Am, a number of county and Midland events and some of the biggest charity golf days in the West Midlands.

At Cleobury Mortimer golf club the scenic and rural views meet the excellent function and conference room facilities. Whether you choose Cleobury Mortimer golf club for a golf day out or for its function room facilities, we will strive to ensure you of a memorable occasion

Should you want to make your stay longer we have four 4* self- catering country lodges available to rent on site.

A friendly and welcoming approach to golf, Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club provides just about everything to satisfy the modern day golfer, their families and their friends.

Winter Is Coming- Full English Breakfast and 18 Holes. Midweek £23 per person Weekend £26 per person









Enjoy your golf at Shropshire and Worcestershire’s Friendliest golf club.

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Open Events


Have a great day out at one of Cleobury Mortimer Golf Clubs Open Golf Events.

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Societies are welcome 7 days a week with packages to suit all needs and requirements.

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Club House Functions


Looking for a Wedding, Corporate or Party Venue? The Wyre Suite Function Room could be just what you want.

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Latest News

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  • Update

    Course still closed due to the snow. 50-50 chance for the weekend…. will keep you all posted.

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    2017 Junior European Open

    Myself (Josh), Jack Severn and his parents Scott and Sandra Severn travelled to the south of Spain on 25th November to compete in the 2017 Junior European Open, after Jack qualified at Telford GC back in August. I went with Jack to caddy for him, as I had caddied for him when he qualified at Telford!

    The Tournament consisted of 4 qualifying days (2 days on each course), followed by the final day for those who made the cut. It was a gross score tournament, so it was definitely going to be tough to compete. The Tournament took place at Alcaidesa Golf Resort, a 36-hole complex made up of an 18-hole heathland course and an 18-hole links course. Originally, the best score from the heathland and the best score from the links was combined to produce your tournament score going into the final day.

    Jack started on Sunday on the heathland course and shot a very impressive 5 under gross to put him in 2nd place after day 1. It seemed like nothing could go wrong for Jack, always finding the fairway, pitching and chipping it close to the pin and holing putts!

    The pressure was ever so slightly off him at this point as he had already got a very strong score in on the heathland course. Monday was tougher as the wind had picked up and this was reflected by the scoring shown throughout the field. Along with the wind, Jack also struggled with reading the putts and so finished on 7-over for the second day.

    On the 3rd qualifying day we moved onto the links course, which offered some spectacular views (as seen in the photos)! Jack put in a very good score of 1-over, even though he knew he could have done better if it wasn’t for a few small mistakes! Despite this, Jack made the cut with ease, his 4-under for the tournament had him very nicely in 4th place!

    Jack was 3 shots behind the leader going into the final day, with the outright leader sitting on 7-under. The final day (Thursday) was being filmed by Sky Sports, which undoubtedly made a fair few players nervous, especially on the first tee where they had just been interviewed by David Livingstone! Jack started off with a dream start in the first 4 holes (Birdie, Par, Eagle, Par)!

    However, a long hold up on the 5th tee allowed time for thoughts to flow and lead to a triple bogey, which took back the shots Jack had just gained. He did hold it together however and finished with a very respectable 2-over for the day and a lovely chip in on the last in front of the cameras! A 2-under for the Tournament was a great achievement and earned Jack 6th place.

    Overall, it was a great experience for myself and Jack. Jack will be eligible to compete again next year, due to his age, either through an invite or through qualifying again at a local event next year. He knows what he needs to work on within his game, and being at a golf college he definitely has the time and knowledge to do just that! Hopefully after this showing, he will keep me on the bag for the foreseeable future.

  • Christmas Open

    That was re-scheduled for tomorrow (Friday 15th December) has been cancelled due to snow still on the course.

    If D.Mucklum from Halesowen could get in touch as we cannot get through to you to confirm the cancellation.

    Many thanks


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    Bark Mulch

    We have been asked about the bark mulch that has been applied to the bottom of some trees on the course and whether it should be treated as GUR.

    The bark mulch is used to suppress grass growth around trees to improve the appearance and health of the tree. The use of mulch enables quicker mowing and reduces damage to the tree bark that can happen when a mower or strimmer gets too close. The mulch will suppress grass growth around the bottom of the tree that will help preserve moisture for the tree and make it easier to spot a golf ball from a distance.

    The ball should be played as it lies without penalty or if the player deems it unplayable he or she should proceed according to Rule 28 giving the player three options plus a bonus one.

    Proceed under stroke and distance, by playing a ball from as close to where the original ball was last played.
    Drop a ball behind the point where the ball lay, keeping that point directly between the hole and the spot on which the ball is dropped, with no limit to how far behind that point the ball may be dropped.
    Drop a ball within two clubs length of the spot where the ball lay, but not nearer the hole.
    Speak to Dave or Amy on how to play a shot off the bark in a golf lesson
    Remember the player is the sole judge as to whether his ball is unplayable.

    The reasons we have introduced the Bark mulch are for everyone’s benefit:

    * It protects the trees.
    * Makes it easier and quicker to mow around trees.
    * Makes it easier to spot your ball.
    * Speeds up play.

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    Amy’s Heading to BHSG in January!

    I’m thrilled to announce I am heading to the Butch Harmon School of Golf in Dubai for the month of January!

    When I went over to Dubai in May, I was lucky enough to get to know Jamie and Natalie who are 2 of the coaches there and the opportunity arose!

    It’s a fantastic opportunity and I can’t wait to get over there! While I’m there I will be shadowing all the coaches based there and assisting with the Junior Program, as well as helping and assisting with some other jobs!

    I’m hoping I’ll learn a lot while I’m there which I can bring home and implement into my own coaching and Junior classes we run here at Cleobury. There’s also the added bonus of some Winter Sun!

    I will be available for lessons at Cleobury until Friday 29th December and will be back to work on Monday 29th January!

    Please get in touch to book your lessons in before I leave; my diary is always in the Pro Shop!



Please phone 01299 271 112 or email pro@cleoburygolfclub.com for any course updates.

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