Most popular Golf Driving Range in Midlands
- We have 28 floodlit Driving Range bays
- Highest quality Srixon range balls
- Laser Measured targets
- 2 south-west Synthetic Greens to give realistic feedback at 125 and 155 yards
- TrueStrike mats to offer the natural feel of the turf
- A teaching Academy with Video Coaching studios
- 3 fully qualified PGA teaching Professionals
We are open 7 days a week (whatever the weather!) including bank holidays (except Christmas Day) for at least 8 hours a day! (from 10.00am – 6.00pm)
- Weekdays – 9.30am to 9.30pm
- Saturday – 9.00am to 6.00pm
- Sunday – 10.00am to 6.00pm
- Last ball served 30 minutes before closing
- Bank Holidays close at 6:00pm
Save money with a Loyalty card
£50 – 15% discount off golf balls
£25 – 15% discount off golf balls
£500 – receive unlimited use of range balls
Note NO time-limit on using your card.
We currently also have an offer of 15% discount off Hotel accommodation at Hogarths Hotel & Restaurant next door!
Range Ball Prices
- 200 Balls – Family – £8.50 (£7.22 with Loyalty card)
- 100 Balls – Full Basket – £6.00 (£5.10 with Loyalty card)
- 100 Balls – Early Bird – £4.00 (£3.60 with Loyalty card)
- 75 Balls – £5.50 (£4.77 with Loyalty card)
- 50 Balls £4.50 – (£3.82 with Loyalty card)
- 25 Balls £2.50 – (£2.12 with Loyalty card)
Early Bird Prices
Weekday mornings 9:30 – 11:00am
All baskets £4 (with Loyalty Card only £3.40)
Golfers We Sponsor
Four Ashes have been sponsoring Daanyal as he has been using the Driving Range for years since he was young.
He now appears on Sky Sports regularly wearing our logo shirts.
His career to date
Four Ashes sponsored golf professional Daanyal Spalding was recently featured on the local TV channel Made In Birmingham, when he was interviewed by sports presenter Sacha Shipway. Here’s Sacha’s video report…
Daanyal began his golfing career at an early age and by the time he was 11 he was
representing his Warwickshire county boys under 14’s team. He continued representing his county through his amateur career winning U16’s and U18’s individual titles and also the team four counties title.
He had now started competing on the British Junior golf tour and won numerous events across the UK, one of these events qualified him to play in the Callaway world Junior event in San Diego, California.
At just 16 years old Daanyal qualified for the final stages of the British Open and with this selection for the England Regional squad.
These many titles and experiences encouraged him to realize his boyhood dream , and at the age of 18 he turned Professional
Daanyal travelled extensively to further his career and by the age of 20 he had traveled to South Africa and Asia to play in their respective qualifying tour events. Europe has also been a good learning ground for Daanyal and he has played across Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic, Poland and Austria. This has given him the necessary experience in becoming an all round golfer. Some of his highlights have been gaining status to play on the Asian Development Tour, and after a season in Europe finishing 9th in the tours order of merit. This year Daanyal won the British Farmfoods qualifying event at Nailcote Hall, this gained him his place to play in the Sky Sports covered event in August.
14 main events throughout the UK with a 2 hour highlights package from each event broadcast on Sky Sports and other networks around the world.
21 events throughout the UK and 16 events played in Portugal, coverage through the main website and twitter feeds from each tournament.
Throughout the 2017 season Daanyal will also play where time permits in local Midlands events. Having previously played on the Czech PGA tour he may also play in individual tournaments where his schedule allows him.
The main aim for 2017 is to gain status for the European Challenge tour.
You can see his dedication when he was younger – practising in the snow at a temperature of -4 degrees!
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Warren’s golfing career began with winning both junior and senior county championships. He was part of the winning England team in the home internationals playing with Luke Donald, representing Great Britain & Ireland, beating Sergio Garcia and winning the Jacques Leglise Trophy against Europe. He was also part of the Walker Cup squad.
Winning the Amateur Championship in 1996 he was also the leading qualifier, only one of a few players to achieve this. Winning the Amateur gained invites into the Open and Masters where he was fortunate to play with Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods and Greg Norman.
In 1997 he again qualified for the Open and also played the Australian Masters and Open. He was then given an invite, from Jack Nicklaus, to play the Memorial Tournament later that year.
Warren spent several years playing some Challenge and other worldwide tours where he achieved some top ten finishes and 3rd in the Nigerian Open.
After this circumstances changed and he had to scale down his golf career. He has continued to compete whenever possible on mini tours and managed to qualify for the Open again in 2006 also winning the Trilby Tour 2007. He also won the Regional Open qualifying on two occasions.
Having now reached the age of 50 Warren is looking to enjoy a new career in senior golf. As a past Amateur Champion he had an exemption into the US Senior Open Tour in 2016, which was played at Scioto Golf Club in Ohio. This is where Jack Nicklaus played and hosted as it was the Clubs centenary year. This was a great opportunity to again compete in a major tournament and again received substantial media interest.
He has now just got his touring card to play in the UK on some of the senior competitions that will be on TV and is continuing to practice at Four Ashes Golf Centre driving range and work on fitness with David at CustomFit.