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Mendip Golf Club
Bath Golf Club Mendip Golf Club, Somerset ➤

Address: Gurney Slade, Radstock, BA3 4UT
Web: www.mendipgolfclub.com
Email: secretary@mendipgolfclub.com
Tel: 01749 840570
Professionals: Kevin Pitts and Matt Shapcott
Tel (pros):
01749 840793

Club Information ➤

Welcome to The Mendip Golf Club near Wells Somerset. Located on the north facing slope of the Mendips at an elevation of almost 1,000ft The Mendip Golf Club is ideally situated in the country just 15 miles south-west of Bath and 18 miles south of Bristol and is widely regarded as one of the best golf courses in Somerset.
The Mendip Golf Club has, from its early beginnings as a nine hole course, been continuously improved over the years into the superb eighteen hole par 71 course that it is today.With its fairways of springy downland turf, Mendip Golf Club boasts lies that some golfers can only dream about. The excellent greens are maintained to an exceptionally high standard many having pronounced borrows which need careful reading.
Visitors to this splendid Somerset golf course can enjoy unparalleled views over seven counties, including the mountains of Wales, the spectacular King Arthur's Vale of Avalon, the mysterious Glastonbury Tor and across to Bridgwater Bay and Exmoor.
Over the years Mendip Golf Club has received many accolades in national golfing titles and guides. It is worthy of the "hidden gem" description given by Golf Monthly Magazine - "a golf course not to miss"

Visitors and Societies ➤

Visitors are extended a warm welcome at the Mendip Golf Club. Whilst there are few restrictions as to times when visitors can play (see Diary), it is always advisable to check with the Pro Shop (01749 840793).

Groups of less than 12 can be accommodated at most times on a green fee basis. For Society Packages further details are available on their website ➤➤➤

Green Fees:
Please visit website ➤➤➤

How to find us:
The Mendip Golf Club is situated just off the A37.
Approaching from North, 1 mile past Gurney Slade, pass turning on right signposted Cheddar and almost immediately turn right.
Approaching from the South, 1 mile past Shepton Mallet and at the top of a long hill, turn left at crossroads and take first right.