Cleeve Hill is the setting for a magnificent heath land course, commanding stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The golf course is open to the general public and aimed at players of all abilities.
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, encompassing the highest point of the Cotswolds, the course is commonly referred to as an inland links due to the constant wind, tight lies and undulating fairways.
The course represents a good test of golf for all, from the low handicapper to the complete beginner. The course is well respected amongst local golfers and a favourite for many as well.
The course’s signature hole is the 13 th, a par 5 from the white tees and a long par 4 from the yellows, the green is set in an old Anglo Saxon encampment has excellent views stretching from; Cheltenham to the Malvern Hills, the Black Mountains, Forest of Dean and Severn Crossings.
The 15th a par 3 of 152yds has a carry of 130yds over an old stone quarry and can play from as little as a wedge to a 3 iron, depending on the strength and direction of the wind.
These are but two of the 18 memorable holes that you will find on the course, which is rarely closed and never has to resort to temporary greens.
Attached to the Cleeve Hill Golf Course, is Cleeve Cloud Golf Club which provides golfers with the opportunity to join a golf club affiliated to the English Golf Union.
In the clubhouse, you’re assured a warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere, both as a ‘Pay and Player’ or as a member of Cleeve Cloud Golf Club. The ‘Saturday fiddle’ will always encourage new members of Cleeve Cloud to participate.
Both Cleeve Hill and Cleeve Cloud Golf Club maintain a very good relationship with many courses in Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties and has a full fixture list of team and friendly matches throughout the season. Competitions are frequent and well subscribed.