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Copt Heath represents an enjoyable and challenging test for golfers of every level, requiring strategic thinking as well as some power and finesse.

The course maintains an enviable reputation for play on full greens throughout the year. A natural sandy sub-soil, good drainage and a full course irrigation system helps ensure the course is at its best whatever the weather.

Many of the original features of the Harry Colt design, most notably his renowned deep bunkers and subtle greens, are still evident today.

The opening is tough with the first six holes requiring either length or accuracy to ensure a solid start to your round. From the 7th tee onwards the course opens up a little and players have the opportunity to build a good score as thecourse becomes a little friendlier.

“Copt Heath is the home of to die for greens” said ‘Todays Golfer’ Magazine in November 2013. We are understandably proud of our greens which play consistently well, with subtle breaks catching out any lapses in putting concentration. With extended run-off areas surrounding the greens your short game will certainly need to be sharp to score well.

Copt Heath represents an enjoyable and challenging test for golfers of every level, requiring strategic thinking as well as some power and finesse.

The course maintains an enviable reputation for play on full greens throughout the year. A natural sandy sub-soil, good drainage and a full course irrigation system helps ensure the course is at its best whatever the weather.

Many of the original features of the Harry Colt design, most notably his renowned deep bunkers and subtle greens, are still evident today.

The opening is tough with the first six holes requiring either length or accuracy to ensure a solid start to your round. From the 7th tee onwards the course opens up a little and players have the opportunity to build a good score as thecourse becomes a little friendlier.

“Copt Heath is the home of to die for greens” said ‘Todays Golfer’ Magazine in November 2013. We are understandably proud of our greens which play consistently well, with subtle breaks catching out any lapses in putting concentration. With extended run-off areas surrounding the greens your short game will certainly need to be sharp to score well.

National Exhibition Centre Birmingham

The NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham, is Europe's busiest exhibition venue, staging around 200 trade and consumer shows each year. Its programme of activity attracts four million people and profiles 45,000 exhibiting companies annually. The complex offers 200,000 square metres of space in 21 inter-connecting halls, located in the heart of the UK, alongside national road and rail networks and Birmingham International Airport. Up to four million people visit the centre each year. With 21 halls totalling 200,000 square metres (two million square feet) it is also the biggest exhibition centre in Britain and seventh largest in Europe.

Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham International Airport provides a wide range of facilities including those for business, children and the disabled. Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, buses, taxis and car hire. Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads. The airport offers a range of both short and long stay parking. Birmingham airport has two terminals and serves over 50 different airlines to over 100 destinations. The Airport is also the first in the world to have the new SkyRail people mover linking the passenger terminals with Birmingham International rail station next door.

Copt Heath Golf Club

Copt Heath represents an enjoyable and challenging test for golfers of every level, requiring strategic thinking as well as some power and finesse.

The course maintains an enviable reputation for play on full greens throughout the year. A natural sandy sub-soil, good drainage and a full course irrigation system helps ensure the course is at its best whatever the weather.

Many of the original features of the Harry Colt design, most notably his renowned deep bunkers and subtle greens, are still evident today.

The opening is tough with the first six holes requiring either length or accuracy to ensure a solid start to your round. From the 7th tee onwards the course opens up a little and players have the opportunity to build a good score as thecourse becomes a little friendlier.

“Copt Heath is the home of to die for greens”said ‘Todays Golfer’Magazine in November 2013. We are understandably proud of our greens which play consistently well, with subtle breaks catching out any lapses in putting concentration. With extended run-off areas surrounding the greens your short game will certainly need to be sharp to score well.

Birmingham Wheels Raceway

Guaranteed first class racing entertainment in the heart of the the UK's second city. This state of the art 330m asphalt Oval provides the ultimate driver's arena - from the fast and furious F1 Stock Cars to the legendary Demolition Derbies, it's the greatest show in town. Many meetings feature pre-race entertainment. Drivers Licence:To drive regularly at our tracks you will need a full INCARACE Licence. This entitles you to race at all ORC tracks in the UK, Belgium and Holland. Licenced drivers get their own racing number, log book, newsletters and grading lists;they may race at all relevant Incarace meetings and qualifiers attend championships at other Oval promotions. Day Licenses are also available from the office, at least 7 days in advance.

Bourton On The Water

Bourton-on-the-Water is a village in the rural Cotswolds area of south central England. Straddling the River Windrush, it’s known for its low bridges and traditional stone houses.

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Cadbury World

Cadbury World is a visitor attraction, featuring a self-guided exhibition tour, created and run by the Cadbury chocolate company. 

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Coughton Court

Coughton Court still has many of its original features including its flamboyant sixteenth-century gate tower. It is one of the last remaining Roman Catholic houses in the country to retain its historic treasures, housing one of the very best collections of portraits and memorabilia of one family from the early Tudor times.

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The Forest Of Arden Golf Club

The Forest of Arden Golf Club, is one of Britain's top golf resorts and its magnificent Arden Course is renowned around the world as one of the European Tour's leading venues.

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Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth is one of England’s most magnificent castles. From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England's affairs for much of its 900 year history. Today, you can scale the heights of the tower built to woo Queen Elizabeth I and marvel at the mighty Norman keep. Explore the exhibition in the Gatehouse, and imagine the majesty of the Great Hall playing host to medieval monarchs and early Tudor kings.

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The Symphony Hall

Birmingham Symphony Hall, home of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, is one of the world's best concert halls.

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Stratford upon Avon

Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, steeped in culture and history. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon, it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the UK.

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