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18 Holes GolfThe Course

Set in 150 acres of idyllic Warwickshire countryside, the 18 hole par 71 parkland golf course measures 6,079 yards. The course can be played as two loops of 9 holes – both the front and back nine starts and closes at the Clubhouse.

Gentle rolling topography coupled with beautiful views has immense appeal to the seasoned golfer and beginner alike. The long, undulating fairways and manicured putting surfaces guarantees pleasure to golfers of all standards.

The settings and conditions tend to belie the challenge presented by some long par 3’s and demanding par 4’s and 5’s. The Oxford canal bisects the golf course while the brook meanders across 7 of the holes at strategic points. Tee shots require careful consideration and thought on every hole.

The Ansty Golf Club, founded in 1990, has matured superbly over the years and now offers players an established venue for golf. Our sand-based greens ensure the course is playable all year round.

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GREEN FEE RATES

Our visitor rates to play golf on the main course is between £10 & £22, depending on 18 or 9 holes and Weekday or Weekend. Simply visit or call the Pro shop to reserve a tee time. Visitors of all playing abilities are welcome.

18 Holes (weekdays)£16
9 Holes (weekdays)£10
18 Holes (weekends)£22
9 Holes (weekends)£12

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Ansty Golf Centre 1st Hole

Hole 1

A short par 4 to start your round. Keep your drive straight to avoid the driving range on your right. It is vital to judge the yardage well into the elevated green to prevent a fast downhill putt.
Ansty Golf Centre 2nd Hole

Hole 2

Beautiful panoramic views of the Warwickshire countryside can be enjoyed on the elevated 2nd tee. A long accurate tee shot down the right hand side of the fairway leaves the best angle into the green. A well struck second shot over the stream negotiating a greenside bunker should find the heart of the green which slopes back to front.
hole 3

Hole 3

A long iron is necessary to find the putting surface on this tough par 3. Anything leaked to the right will lead to a severe up and down from below the green.
Hole 4

Hole 4

Ranked as the most difficult hole on the golf course, this par 5 demands a long straight tee shot to avoid a pond, two streams and deep rough left and right. A long well struck fairway wood will lay up between two hedges leaving a tough pitch into a narrow elevated green.
holf 5

Hole 5

All the trouble is greenside on this short downhill par 4. Either hit a long iron or fairway wood followed by a full wedge at the flag or go for broke and attempt to hit driver greenside. The green is like an upturned saucer making any approach shot difficult. A real risk and reward hole.
hole 6

Hole 6

As tough a test for a par 3 as you are likely to find - long, uphill with a two-tiered McKenzie green to negotiate. Depending on the wind you can hit anything from a 5 iron to driver. Tweak the ball left, and you will find the bottom of the canal. Card a 3 and walk to the next tee smiling.
hole 7

Hole 7

A fantastic sliding right-hand dogleg needs to be considered on the 7th tee. Move the ball left to right in flight and you can reduce the length of this hole considerably. If you slice your tee shot too much, your ball will be nestled at the base of a tree. A well judged second shot leaves a realistic chance of birdie.
hole 8

Hole 8

This straight par 4 always seems to play longer than the recorded length. A powerful drive will leave a short iron into green over two greenside bunkers. Need to be mindful of the course boundary on the left edge playing this hole as you can easily be out of bounds.
hole 9

Hole 9

A carefully threaded tee shot can set up for the most realistic chance of a birdie on the front 9. Get your tee shot wrong and you could be out of bounds left or chipping sideways out of trees. The ninth hole brings you back to the clubhouse allowing you to refuel and refresh before commencing the second half of your round.
hole 10

Hole 10

Start the back nine with a short par 3. Just ignore the pond, stream and canal that surrounds the green and this is a regulation par 3.
hole 11

Hole 11

This par 4 requires a long, straight tee shot to position yourself between two stretches of water. Take an extra club to be sure to get up to the flag. A second shot played from a plantation of trees on either the left or right side of the fairway is sure to find a watery grave.
hole 12

Hole 12

The most demanding par 4 on the golf course. Aim for the two oak trees to find the flattest part of the fairway. A long, accurate second shot is required to get remotely close to the green that slopes viciously left to right. It is easy to chip or putt your ball off the green. A regulation 4 on this hole feels like a birdie.
hole 13

Hole 13

A long, snaking downhill par 5 brings you back from the furthest point of the course. Golfers who hit the ball left to right will always like this hole as if you can drive long you will have a chance to find the green in two.
hole 14

Hole 14

Another hole for golfers who draw the ball. A right angle dogleg on sloping fairways always makes this a tricky tee shot. The beautiful backdrop of The Ansty Hall Hotel does not make the triple tier Mckenzie green any easier to read either.
hole 15

Hole 15

Drive your tee shot over the spinney to the left of the fairway on this subtle right-hand dogleg to give you a clear view of the green. Anything to the right of the fairway could be blocked out by trees if not out of bounds. Take care with your second shot so as not to find the drink at the back of the green nor the out of bounds which runs the entire length of the hole to the right.
hole 16

Hole 16

Take one more club than you think into this final par 3 as it is all uphill. The green slopes back to front so you could face a putt of some 35 yards. Golfers who have a tendency to hook the ball should take into consideration the Oxford canal that runs along the left of this hole.
hole 17

Hole 17

A short, downhill par 4 that is a real birdie or eagle opportunity. Only take driver and hit long onto the green or place your ball amongst the bunkers to chip into the green that slopes from left right.
hole 18

Hole 18

Two well-struck woods can reduce the length of the longest of the par 5's as it descends towards the clubhouse. The driving range is positioned to the right offering some final hole penalty shots. Play cautiously and you can walk into the 19th hole with confidence.