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Welcome to Premier Inn Birmingham - Great BarrM6, J7

Address: Birmingham Road, Great Barr, West Bromwich, B43 7AG

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Walsall Golf Club - Walsall - Golf

Walsall Golf Club - Walsall - Golf

Distance 1.31 miles (2.1 km)
Walsall Golf Club is a traditional members club which offers the combined benefits of a superbly designed course, excellent clubhouse and experienced management in a stunningly beautiful location. The club's par 70 (SSS71)has been designed to test the skills of both high and low handicapper accordingly. High standards of irrigation and drainage ensure that the club remains open for play all year round. The fast and true greens will feature as amongst the best you are likely to experience. The club is regarded highly in the West Midlands and regularly hosts county events.

Walsall Football Club - Football Club

Walsall Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.23 miles (3.56 km)
Walsall Football Club Formed in 1877. Bescot Stadium was built in 1990 and took the place of Fellows Park Ground which was located just 0.25 miles away from the Bescot. It currently has a capacity of 11,300 following an extension to the Gilbert Alsop Stand during the 20033-2004 season. It is now an all-seater stadium with disabled, educational and conferancing facilties that make it a focal point for the local residential and business communities.

Sutton Coldfield Golf Club - Streetly - Golf

Sutton Coldfield Golf Club - Streetly - Golf

Distance 3.09 miles (4.95 km)
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club is one of the most prestigious private members clubs in the Midlands. It was founded in 1889 and two years later moved to the present course in Sutton Park. Sutton Park itself was once part of a royal hunting chase and was given to the people of Sutton Coldfield by Bishop Vesey in the 16th century. The nature of the heathland makes this course one of the best if not the best all year free draining course within a radius of 50 miles. In November each year, two substitute holes of a similar standard to the remainder of the course, replace the 2nd and 9th holes which are subject to weather problems. For example in February 2002 some 90mm of rain fell on the course which was only closed for two days...temporary greens were not used at all during this time.