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Worcester Golf & Country Club

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Address

Bransford Road
Boughton Park
Worcester
Worcester
WR2 4EZ

Contact

Tel : 01905 422555
Fax : +44 01905 749090

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Golf Course designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie in 1927, whose last course was the Augusta National before he died in California in 1934.

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By Road

Take A44 to city centre, then the A4440 Worcester bypass. Straight over 3 roundabouts and at the 4th roundabout take the third exit marked Worcester (W) B4485. The Golf Club is 1/2 mile on the right hand side.

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Worcester Golf & Country Club facilities include:

  • On site parking
  • Groups accepted
  • Min group size
  • Max group size
  • Toilets
  • Event Venue

Worcester Golf & Country Club accessibility includes:

  • Ramp/level access

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