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Located in Meriden between Coventry and Solihull in Central England, our golf course is set across fine undulating parkland within the grounds of the historic Packington Estate.
Testament to the quality of the course, Stonebridge has been featured on Sky Sports whilst hosting events played on the PGA Europro Tour and the Sky Sports European Junior Open. We have also hosted many PGA Midland region tournaments and county matches, and welcomed some of Europe’s leading professional golfers.
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The Hampton loop measures 2800 yards and has a par of 33. It is the toughest of the three loops, mainly due to its visually intimidating tee shots and strategically placed bunkers and water hazards.
It is also the shortest of the three loops but don’t let this fool you. Play conservatively and accurately and you will be rewarded. Try to chew off more than necessary and you will run in to some big numbers.
The Hampton loop combines with the Somers loop to create the Somers/Hampton course and alongside the Blythe loop to create the Hampton/Blythe course.
The Somers loop measures 3403 yards and has a par of 37. It is the longest of the three loops and also the least taxing from the tee. This allows the big hitters a chance to open their shoulders up a little to try and take advantage!
The three par 5s gives the better player a chance to make some birdies however the 485-yard par 4 5th hole would stand up to the test at most major championship venues.
The Somers loop combines with the Hampton loop to create the Somers/Hampton course and alongside the Blythe loop to create the Blythe/Somers course.
The Blythe loop measures 2806 yards and has a par of 34. This loop gives you a little more margin for error from the tee than the Hampton due to its slightly wider fairways.
However the Blythe loop’s main defence lies in how you deal with the par 3s. The three par 3s on this loop’s combined length topples 600 yards. Make sure you get some practice in with your fairway woods before you go out to challenge the Blythe.
The Blythe loop combines with the Somers loop to create the Blythe/Somers course and alongside the Hampton loop to create the Hampton/Blythe course.