General

The Players Club opened to golfers in 2002 with the clubhouse two years later in 2004. Built in Cotswold stone to resemble an old barn the clubhouse takes pride of place overlooking the 18th green of the Codrington Course. With a choice of 6 function rooms the Players Clubhouse can cater for all types of golf breaks. Each room has its own picturesque views of the beautiful golf course and surrounding countryside.

The Players Bar is open 364 days of the year for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. With an extensive bar menu and a seasonal specials board members and guests can enjoy fine dining on your golf break in a relaxed peaceful environment. During the summer months you can take advantage of the summer sun by dining outside in our open courtyard or our decking area overlooking the 18th Green.

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The Golf

Situated just one mile from junction 18 of the M4 (Bristol/Bath) on the outskirts of Bristol bordering Wiltshire and Gloucestershire ‘The Players Club’ is dedicated to the game of golf. With  two 18 hole courses, a 9 hole Par 3 course and together with first class practice facilities it has become home to many golf professionals competing on the European tours. We have staged nine SKY televised Europro events, five West Region PGA championships and the English Over 48s championship three times as well as regional finals for many top amateur and professional events. In 2016 we held stage 1 qualification for the Europro tour for the tenth time.

The club opened in 2002 and was quickly ranked 113 in  the Golf World 2006 ‘Best Courses in Great Britain and Ireland’. All the courses have been built to the finest specifications with USGA greens, fairway irrigation and a rich landscape with woodland, lakes and gorse all coming into play. The courses are designed by Adrian Stiff who also designed highly rated neighbours Cumberwell Park and The Kendleshire. It’s flagship Codrington course, is designed to test you, thrill you and frustrate in equal measure, with the Stranahan course requiring positional play and is ideal for higher handicappers, ladies and seniors.