The Warwickshire

About the course

Warwickshire Golf & Country Club is located a few miles north of Britain’s greatest medieval attraction, Warwick Castle. Ethelfleda, sister of Edward the Elder, founded the town of Warwick around 1,100 years ago, but Warwickshire Golf Club is a mere baby in comparison.

Founded in 1994, the Warwickshire course was originally laid out in four circuits of nine holes by Karl Litten, the architect who created the famous Majlis course at Emirates Golf Club in Dubai. These four loops, formerly known as North, South, East and West, were rebuilt in the winter of 2005 and are now two separate courses.

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Year of foundation 1994
Par Course 72
Number of holes 36
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