Brickhampton selects the robots

Brickhampton Court Golf Complex selects robots for their outfield maintenance. Set in 200 acres of rolling Gloucestershire countryside it was opened in 1994 by Creed Golf & Leisure Ltd, a family run business.


* AMS Ball Wash & Transportation System: Close up of the Ball Pit, which Ballpicker drops the ball into.


Over the years the family have maintained a keen interest to ensure it’s development into a golf centre of true quality. This can be seen through implementation of the robots in their driving range. It’s floodlight driving range is fully carpeted. Along with 28 sheltered bays for practice or have a lesson from one of their golf professionals.


* Left Image: Range Ball Room, featuring the transportation pipe theat returns the ball to the ball dispenser. Right Image: AMS control panel, ball wash unit and the compressor


The golf complex was designed by Simon Gidman, a member of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects. He is known for designing challenging and attractive golf courses that offer a fair test to golfers of all abilities. It’s facilities include a 27 hole parkland complex with the 18 hole, par 71 (6303 yard) Spa Course and 9 hole, par 27 (1826 yard) Glevum Course.

Visit our AMS range ball washing and transportation page for more information on how automated ball management can benefit your facility.