A warm welcome is assured at Whittington Heath Golf Club, one of the oldest courses in England. This well established club originated in 1886 as a 9 hole course and in 1927 Harry S. Colt was brought in to re-model and extend the course to its present 18 hole course.
This popular heathland course with views of Lichfield Cathedral in the distance is well situated in the Midlands, on the A51 between Lichfield and Tamworth (next door to Whittington Barracks), is easily accessible to the midlands motorway network and is close to the M6 toll road.
The course is a good test for golfers of all levels. The course wends its way through heather and gorse and you will need to keep on the straight and narrow to score well.
The Club has hosted many prestigious top amateur events including the Women's Home Internationals in 1986, The Carris Trophy in 1997, the English Boys County Finals in 2009 which attracted some of the countries top amateur golfers and in 2010 the Club were pleased to host the return of the English WomenOpen Amateur Strokeplay Championship, which was last held at the club in 2002.
Casual visitors, Golf Societies and Corporate days are well catered for and our staff are on hand to make sure the days run smoothly.
There is no doubt that Whittington Heath Golf Club is a club with character, the more your play the course, the more you want to and in the Clubhouse you will find the atmosphere of friendliness so necessary to complete a perfect days golf.
Whittington Health Golf Club, Whittington, United Kingdom