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Oakridge Golf Club

18 Hole Parkland Par71 Course, Pro Shop

Opened in 1993 and set in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, the 18-hole parkland golf course boasts over one hundred acres of undulating fairways, carefully groomed lush greens, a backdrop of mighty oaks and a challenge to rival any course.

The Oakridge presents quite a tough challenge, but add the combination of strategically placed hazards and a course design that will test your knowledge as well as your ability, and you will soon understand why both experienced handicap players and ardent enthusiasts alike consider Oakridge to be a true test of golfing skills. Leisure players, too, can enjoy a relaxing round while taking in the rural beauty of the course complete with its resident wildlife.

Our Course

Situated in a peaceful and attractive spot in the North Warwickshire countryside, Oakridge is a 

relatively new golf club with a growing reputation.

The golf course offers a tranquil and distraction free setting to immerse yourselves fully in your 
games to potentially bring out the best in them too, enjoyable it truly is, straightforward it certainly 
isn’t. You’re in for a good test for which the elements could play a big role, Oakridge’s open 

aspect does attract a few breezes.

A strong first hole to enjoy the pond situated under the gaze of the clubhouse points the way towards a valley floor fairway with the green perched up on high demanding a precise early mid iron to gain a confidence boosting par. Far from being the only such challenge, the opener ushers in an up and down theme that continues all the way to the turn.
The variety on offer at Oakridge remains throughout, it’s far from being your run of the mill out and back parkland layout, an excellent mix of holes, some to strike a bit of fear but then you’re never too far away from ones to offer something back either.

The 12th is an attractive short hole to a raised green in front of the clubhouse, you are only permitted a view of the top of the flag from the tee, making club selection tricky, beware the deep trap that guards the front right hand side. The final half dozen take you to the other side starting with a very dangerous SI 1 13th, exposed with out of bounds on the right and a demanding approach in store to a putting surface tucked away in a tight corner.

The signature water features are worth waiting for, the majority are situated in the final five, two of them on the stunning short 14th, in front of the tee and left of the green. The 410 yard 17th is particularly difficult but in terms of looks raises the bar even further, a picture book second in store over the large pond with a likely mid iron at best, perhaps the biggest single examination of all comes with this approach shot. The 18th is a good long game test too, but a clear route to the green is offered this time, and it all undulates gently downhill back to the clubhouse.