Tom Simpson, Herbert Fowler
Yes, from Monday - Friday (except public holidays).
The original course was built on part of the Hewell Grange Estate, owned by Viscount Windsor, and a local golf professional, C W Cunningham, was commissioned, for a fee of £1.5s.0d, to plan the original nine hole lay-out.
After completing a lease, and then later a purchase agreement, of 102 acres in 1923, the Club appointed Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson to design the 18 holes that exist today. What Fowler and Simpson achieved at Blackwell on a relatively small acreage is a tribute to their skills.
Today, Blackwell is a traditional English mature parkland course measuring 6260 yards from the white tees with a par of 70.