The Course

Situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds, the Manor House is set magnificently in 365 acres of rolling countryside. Designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark and opened for play in 1992, the mature oak and beech trees that line the magnificent fairways together with the immaculate greens and the River Bybrook meandering through the middle bring both drama and beauty to this Championship course.

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Current Course Conditions : Monday 13th August 2018

Club House: Open

Course: Open

Buggies: ON

Trolleys: ON

Bunkers: In play

Summer Rules Apply

Practice Range Open 


a test for all handicaps

In 2006 the course was re-routed and lengthened to 6500 yards, five new tees added and three others resurrected to become one of the most spectacular and challenging 18-hole, par 72 golf courses in England. 
The inviting par 4 opening hole is set on the edge of the ‘motte and bailey’ fortification of the original castle and your opening drive needs to carry over part of this.

hole by hole guide

Before you play, take a look at the hole by hole flyover videos and read up on the hints and tips on how to play each glorious hole.

hole by hole

enjoy the undulating terrain

The par 5 third called ‘Doolittle’, is stroke index 1 and it’s a corker – the land tumbles downhill before the sanctuary of the green. There are 5 excellent par 3s on this dramatic layout not least “Burton Brook” the 17th, one of the most exciting par 3s you’ll find anywhere. Just like the village of Castle Combe, the closing hole is one of the prettiest finishes in England.

hole by hole

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check out our half way hut!

And finally, The Manor House has possibly the finest halfway hut of any golf club - don’t miss the converted Airstream trailer parked up near the starters hut serving hot and cold food and drinks.


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