The Belfry is one of England’s best golfing venues, with three excellent golf courses set in 550 acres of stunning Warwickshire countryside. The golf needs no introduction; having hosted the Ryder Cup 4 times, the Brabazon Course, Derby Course and the PGA National Course create an all-round golfers paradise that allows you to follow in the footsteps of legends.
The former PGA president: Lord Brabazon, has been forever immortalised in the naming of this fantastic course. This par 72 course measures in at 7,118 yards and is known by many as the 'Home of the Ryder Cup', with some of the most memorable moments from this prestigious golf event being played here. Water hazards feature heavily throughout, a great deal more than most other inland course, making shot placement a necessity to keeping the scorecard low. The 10th is the most iconic, a short par 4 leading to a bunker-guarded green, with a water hazard lurking on the right-hand side. The 18th is a daunting finisher and one where many Ryder Cup dreams have been fulfilled or dashed.