Moseley Golf Club

Visitors' Information

A warm welcome to Moseley Golf Club, w e hope you will have a most enjoyable day with us.  Please do not hesitate to contact any members of staff to assist you during your visit.

Access Codes:  Available from the Professional's shop on arrival.                                              

Tees: Play should be from the yellow tees for men and from the red tees for ladies.

Fairway Markers: Green posts with a bright green top positioned to the side of the fairway indicates 150 yards to the middle of the green.

Greens staff should be given priority at all times.

Please ensure that pitch marks on the greens are repaired.

Please avoid SLOW play so that everyone may enjoy their golf.  Every effort should be made to ensure that all players take no longer than 4 hours to complete 18 holes. Where possible please allow faster players to play through.

Mobile Phones: The making and receiving of calls on the course and in the bar/lounge is not permitted. Phones may be used on the course in emergency situations only.

Trolleys & Buggies: Trolleys and buggies must not be taken on to the greens or between greens and greenside bunkers. Any restrictions will be noted on the pro shop board.

Suspension of Play Due to a Dangerous Situation:  In the event of a dangerous situation eg. thunder and lightning storm, play will be suspended immediately. This is signalled by one long sounding of the hooter.  In this event, players must vacate the course immediately.

Dress Code And Guidance

On the course:

A smart standard of recognised golf wear is required at all times including appropriate golf shoes and socks. Golfing tailored shorts and short socks are acceptable. 

The following attire is NOT permitted on the course:  Any form of denim, T-shirts, vest tops, un-tucked shirts, track or leisure suits, beach or combat shorts, walking boots and flip flops. 

In the Clubhouse:

Smart casual wear is acceptable in the bar, lounge and dining rooms, exceptions include denim jeans, T shirts, singlets, track suits and trainers.  Golf shoes should not be worn in the clubhouse other than in the foyers and locker rooms.

Course Safety Guidance

All golfers must compy with the general safety guidance in place:

Course Safety Guidance

Hole by Hole Risk Assessment

Buggy Safety Policy

Tee Time Terms


Children and Young People Safeguarding Policy

Adult Safeguarding Policy

Welfare Officer: Karen Vernon
Tel: 0121 444 4957 option 2

Springfield Road, King's Heath , Birmingham, B14 7DX | Tel: 0121 444 4957 | Email:

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