Course status: Tuesday Course open No buggies


The Manor Golf Club is a rolling parkland course with stunning views across the countryside.

6092 yards off the whites and 5808 yards off the yellow tees it is a good test of golf for all abilities.

We have a good mix of short par 3's to very long par 5's

It is a ideal society golf course with great customer service and delicious meals after you round!

We are a family run club and hope to cater for all your needs.

We have hosted many county events at the club.

Why not come along and give us a try!

Staffordshire's best kept secret!

Local Rules

  1. Out of bounds: beyond any fence bounding the course; driving range and first fairway (except when playing the 1st hole; River Blythe running alongside the 8th, 12th, 13th & 14th fairways; Practice green and car park.
  2. All tractor marks come under Rule 25.1 (abnormal ground conditions).
  3. The following are immovable obstructions (Rule 24.2): yardage markers; irregation covers/sprinkler heads; course/tee furniture - shelters, ball washers etc; stone pathways.
  4. When playing the 15th, golfers on the 17th have priority.
  5. Stone in bunkers are movable obstructions (Rule 24.1).
  6. Protection of young trees identified by a stake only (Rule 24.2b).
  7. Please be advised - most of the surrounding land is private farmland. ANY golfer found on any farmland bounding the course will be asked to leave the course immediately.
  8. Please leave rakes in bunkers.
  9. Repair all pitchmarks on the green and always leave bunkers as you would expect to find them.
  10. Greenstaff have priority at ALL times.

Yardage Markers

Blue - 200 yards to centre of the green

White - 150 yards to the centre of the green

Red - 100 yards to the centre of the green

I have played here over 20 times and it is one of my favourite courses to visit. Not just for the course but for the friendly staff, quiet setting and beautiful views of the countryside - pure escapism! Take my word for it, if you are looking for a reasonably priced day out then look no further!

— Al Phillips