150 acres of land at Ullenwood purchased from Norman Briggs, a local farmer. Course designed by member Morris Little and his building company built the clubhouse. The course opened for play in May 1976.
In 1972 Norman Briggs offered the Club as much land as would be required from his 400-acres of farmland at Ullenwood. A playing member at Cirencester GC, he had already obtained planning permission for an 18-hole golf course and a golf architect had reported favourably on the suitability of the land for a golf course. It was agreed that a championship course could be constructed on around 150 acres at a projected total cost of between £120,000 and £140,000.
Morris Little, a scratch golfer and a Club member, designed the course and helped to construct it with assistance from the greenstaff, who were maintaining the course at Cleeve Hill at the same time.