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.

Summer Sizzler- Full English Breakfast and 18 Holes. Midweek £26 per person Weekend £32 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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    July Texas AM Results

    A lovely summers day was had by all at Cleobury Mortimer golf club for the annual July Texas AM. With the worlds best tearing up Royal Birkdale in the Open championship. The same could be said for some of the scores rolling in here at CMGC. The target for all was 100 points with a score like that you know your going to be in the mix. Paul Judge lead his team to 99 points which was enough to take fourth place. Josh Rowbotham and Harry Harrington led their teams to the holy grail of 100 points to take third and second. 

    The day was however left for Gary Mann to lead his team to victory with his right hand man Nigel Williams. Their usual team was split for this tournament with Dave Shorter and Sam Sutton stepping in. The lads never looked back and came in with 105 points to take the day. 

    In the mixed section it was left to the team from Kington golf club to take top spot from Worfield. The Loram’s and Blackburn’s support all our events and it was great to see them come out on top with 98 points. 

    A brilliant day and a big thank you to the 27 teams for entering. 


    Nearest the pin winners
    6th Badgers – Charlie Edwards, 5th Deer – Jamie Fearnley

    Non Mixed
    4th – Paul Judge, Tom Guest, Nick Firth, George Blakeway – 99 points
    3rd – Josh Rowbotham, Charlie Edwards, Jack Severn, Louie Edwards – 100 points
    2nd – Dane Pearce, Harry Harrington, Bryn Martin, Steve Griffiths – 100 points - CB
    1st – Gary Mann, Nigel Williams, Dave Shorter, Sam Sutton – 105 points 

    2nd –David & Sandy Beach, Phil & Dorothy White– 94 points
    1st – Peter & Glendan Loram, Andrew & Carol Blackburn – 98 points

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    Can A Playing Lesson Make The Difference?

    Ian Downes would certainly agree that it does. His last lesson was 30 years ago with Marcus Knight and the last time he shot under his handicap was 37 points on 5/4/2014.

    Ian approached me saying he felt he was playing well, but was just wasting shots and catching the ground with his irons. We played 9 holes around Foxes Run and worked on Ian’s alignment and set up. The lesson went really well and I am pleased to report, less than a week later, Ian went out and shot 41 points.
    Ian sent me this message after the lesson;

    Hi Dave

    I really enjoyed my first lesson for 30 years. It’s given me plenty to think about, as I could do my old set up with my eyes shut.

    I hit some balls last night and could see an improvement, so fingers crossed for the next competition. See you soon

    Regards, Ian.

    Anyone interested in a 9 hole lesson?

    They are becoming the most popular lesson at the moment and for just £30 to members and £40 to visitors.

  • Happy Monday everyone. Just getting over how good The Open was. Windy and sunny today just like on the links.

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    Keeping You Updated

    The weather has continued to be great this last week, the lads have been flat out cutting grass and the irrigation system is working overtime, starting at 8pm and finishing at 6.20am. A couple of weeks ago Tom was lucky enough to have a chat with a golf course designer who had been doing some research in to how often golfers hit fairways.

    The idea was to bring the beginning of the fairway closer to the tee block so that more often that not you would walk on the fairway to get to the tee box and when you stand on the tee, you are more likely to visualise yourself hitting the ball down the middle of the fairway. The process of seeing the fairway, picturing yourself hitting the fairway and walking on the fairway is supposed to create a feeling of positivity and commitment to the tee shot. With this in mind we have experimented with a few fairways that I (Tom) consider to be tricky.

    The first on Foxes, third on Deer Park and 7th Deer Park have been cut closer to the tee box. We would love to hear from golfers to see if this experiment has indeed led to more tee shots finding the middle of the fairway.

    Here is what we did on the third of Deer Park.

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    Senior Report - Trevor Warman Seniors Captain

    What a busy and successful couple of weeks it has been for the Seniors’ section. A successful Seniors’ Away Day was held at Perton Park Golf Club, which was supported by 32 members played in perfect conditions.

    Roger Bartlett topped division1 beating Roger Bartlett, and Stuart Hobbs won division two. Nearly £250 was raised for the Captain’s Charity, Midlands Air Ambulance, on the day.

    We then had the section’s Club Championship played over two days. Tuesday a challenging day with showers greeting the players on the back nine and then Friday in perfect weather with the course in wonderful condition. I must say that the ground staff have done a superb job this year. Thanks Rob and the team.

    The Championship was a very close run thing, in the Gross competition, Club Captain Bob Lucas held a three shot lead going into Friday, but was overhauled by Grant Carbines who played steady all day and took home the trophy. The Nett event was won by the man of the moment, Roger Bartlett, who pared the final hole to win by one shot from James Griffith. Well done and congratulations to both Roger and Grant.



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