What we say
This relatively new gently rolling parkland track (it opened in 1990) won’t blow you away and is still maturing. Apart from the excellent 8th with its split fairway you probably won’t recall too many of the holes afterwards though on the positive side it’s a friendly set-up and the course drains well so is usually in good shape.
Originally opened in 1990, Wergs Golf Club offer an 18 hole municipal parkland course, with gently undulating terrain, numerous bunkers and various water hazards. This course will provide any golfer with a challenge.
- TG Rating
- Players Rating
- Address Keepers Lane, , WOLVERHAMPTON
- Tel 01902 742225
- Website www.wergsgolfclub.com
|Green Fees||£17 Mon-Fri, £22 weekends.|
|Course Length||6,250 yards (5,715 metres)|
- Course has: Bar
- Course has: Buggy Hire
- Course does not have: Driving Range
- Course does not have: Practice Green
- Course has: Pro Shop
- Course has: Restaurant
- Course has: Trolley Hire
- Course does not have: Dress Code
- Course does not have: Club Hire
- Course does not have: Handicap
Played the course as a four ball all the players thought it wasn't challenging at all were not brilliant players were all around 16 handicappers just found it up and down theres one nice hole where it splits into two played better courses for a lot cheaper its a tenner course if they dont lower the price u can play patshall cheaper.
Pretty Average Course, usually playable all year round. Tees are poor to average, fairways standard parkland (sometimes bothersome when long cut grass is left on them). Greens are average, some work being done to improve 1 or 2 of the poorer ones. Quite a long course that at first seems forgiving, but many fairways lined with trees and "unforgiving" conifers, find them and you're in trouble. Some fairways are pretty boring, the odd bunker and a ditch (water filled in places that parallels some fairways and cuts across others (this course is crying out for water features). One of the worst things on the course must be the bunkers - shocking, sand is poor quality and filled with gravel and weeds. There's also an open practise area in the middle of the course. Faciities wise, small club shop selling limited equipment (seems to only be staffed part time). Changing rooms and showers but they are in need of a refit. Club house with spike bar and lounge/ restaurant, always made welcome by friendly staff beer on top and bottled, food available but not great quality. Club house is always quite. In summary, an average course, nothing too special but in my opinion has the potential to be so much better with a little investment and TLC.