Welcome to Little Aston Golf Club, West Midlands
A Top 100 Golf Course in the UK
Britain's Top 100 Courses under £100
Little Aston Golf Club is ranked 38th in this National Club Golfer report. Comments were that we have a championship golf course that demands your respect whilst being an extremely friendly UK golf club.
To make a golf course booking ring Glyn Ridley on 0121 353 2942.
One of the best golf clubs in the West Midlands, Little Aston Golf Clubis one of the UK's best loved inland courses and for many years has enjoyed an enviable pedigree in the UK's Top 100 golf courses as surveyed by Golf World, being ranked 55th in 2008. The Club, which has celebrated its Centenary in 2008, is one of the pre-eminent golfing establishments in the Midlands where Members and Vistors are able to enjoy a golf experience that few, if any, of the other Midland's golf clubs can match.
Top Quality Championship Golf Course - A Qualifier for The Open Championship
Lee Westwood names Little Aston Golf Club as his 3rd favourite golf course in the UK after Carnoustie and Royal Lytham.
Golfers will find a top quality Championship Golf Course which has hosted many prestigious national and international tournaments for both Amateur and Professional golf players. The golf course is renowned for the quality of its fairways and greens and, when their round is over, golfers can relax over a drink or meal in a Clubhouse steeped in history and tradition.
Luxury Golf Course
Little Aston is predominently a Parkland golf course set in the mature former estate of Little Aston Hall and has a beauty all of its own. In recent years the course has been lengthened and certain holes have been modified partly to offset the march of modern technology. An array of new tees has boosted the yardage and in a number of cases the angles into the greens have altered too, adding more strategy to an already strategic test. From the men's back tees the course now measures 6,813 yards with a challenging par of 72 and Standard Scratch of 74.
"Little Aston set in the mature former estate of Little Aston Hall, has a beauty all of its own."
Comment by Peter Masters
Deputy Editor of Golf World