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 Special-     Full English Breakfast and 18 Holes     Midweek £25 per person     Weekend £30 per person  (Ends 31st October 2016)









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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    It was party time at CMGC as the club celebrated it’s birthday with a open anniversary competition open to both members and visitors. The club opened on July 1st 1993 and it was great to see a packed field of 21 teams joining in on the celebrations as the club enters its 24th year of operation. 

    Teams from across the West Midlands and further afield (a team from Bath came up)  enjoyed some fantastic weather in between the odd rain shower.  

    Home advantage was key however with the top two teams coming from Cleobury. Carl Badger, Mark Spittle, Anthony Edwards and Alan Prophet picked up third place with a very impressive 56.6 nett in the Texas scramble format. 

    The first team out held top spot for most of the day Paul Bowers, David Annetts, Duncan Trow and the inform Colm Berry shot a hugely impressive 55.7 nett which would of won any other event here at CMGC. 

    However Charlie, Louie, John and Dave had other ideas, after a 5 under gross front nine the lads continued that fantastic form to finish on 54.2 nett to take top spot. 

    Speaking in the clubhouse after play they all agreed it was a team effort. 

    ‘We all contributed and held some big putts when we needed to which is what you need to do in a texas scramble. There are some other team tournaments coming up shortly which we look forward to entering’. 

    Well played to all and thank you very much for the support over the years. 

    Final results 

    1st - Charlie Edwards, Louie Edwards, John Gittins, Dave Booton - 54.2 nett

    2nd - Paul Bowers, Colm Berry, Duncan Trow, David Annetts - 55.7 nett

    3rd - Carl Badger, Mark Spittle, Anthony Edwards, Alan Prophet - 56.3 nett

    Nearest the pin 8th Foxes - Jon Preece HOLE IN ONE!

    Nearest the pin 6th Badgers - Alan Prophet 


    Paul Bowers and co, Andy Thomas and co, Charlie Edwards and co, J Smith and co, Andrew Bullock and co. 

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    Anyone for golf…..

    01299271112 or message on FB to book tee times.

    Golf and breakfast just £25 midweek & £30 weekend. Membership also available.

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    Lovely day for a spot of golf here at CMGC. All 27 holes looking fantastic, a busy few days ahead. Call or message us for a round.

  • The R&A - A Bridge Over Troubled Water

    Rules Question

    Some great news to report this week that our very own Julie Currie has been chosen as June’s readers rule of the month question on the R&A website. Julie asked what the ruling was with bridges over hazards as we have a few of these at CMGC. So if your ball lands on one of the bridges across a hazard e.g. the first of Foxes Run would you get free relief?

  • Wednesday night means it’s….. Roll up night. Weather is decent so far… Let’s hope it holds out.

    See you all later



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