Bransford is one of the only Worcestershire golf courses, if not the only course to bring the flair of American courses to the county.
Our unique Floridian style course is comprised of two challenging island greens and 14 lakes, making Bransford Golf Club a delight for all who play it. Open to local players and to those staying at our hotel, we have put together the top ten reasons why our members love playing golf here.
1. Our fairways and greens are held to impeccable standards
After all, with a total of six par threes, six par fours and six par fives across the 18 holes nothing less than perfection will do.
2. The practice range is open from sunrise to sunset
You can practice your swing any time of day – great if you don’t have time for a full round but still want to enjoy the game!
3. The clubhouse bar and restaurant
Delicious home cooked food and refreshing drinks at a 10% discount for members, so no matter what the outcome of your game you can finish your round comfortably full.
4. Picturesque views
Make the round even better with some beautiful sights. Luckily for our Members, the clubhouse overlooks the 9th and 18th greens and has great views of the Malvern Hills.
5. Priority tee off times
Our Members can access exclusive Member and guest only play between 7 am and 10 am.
6. Expert advice
Richard Jenkins and Tim Shephard are our two PGA trained Professionals who are pleased to offer tuition 7 days a week.
7. Booking in advance
Members can book two weeks in advance, gain a handicap and play in club competitions in addition to receiving discounted rates on buggy and trolley hire.
8. Great rewards
We value our members, that’s why we offer discounted guest rates and discounted accommodation rates so they can tie in a break with their golf and leisure time.
9. Practical dress code
Our dress code is clear and simple to follow, unlike other clubs.
10. Support the sport
When you join as a member, you automatically receive EGU membership. The English Golf Union is at the heart of golf, and your membership contributes to the game and the future of the sport.