The Worcestershire Union of Golf Clubs (now Worcestershire County Golf Ltd) was founded in 1905. Today, there are 31 clubs in the County, which is comprised of private, corporate and public courses and has around 10,800 affiliated members.
We believe that golf should be a fun, friendly and accessible sport that is enjoyed across the County in a safe environment and is open to anyone irrespective of ability, age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or background.
What we do for our clubs and members
We provide specialist support and advice to our member clubs, manage a programme of competitive and representative golf and encourage the development of young talent through:
By 'living' our values as we carry out our day to day activities we strive to build a welcoming and enjoyable golfing environment while providing a quality service to our member clubs.
we treat each other with honesty, respect and fairness
Players: we encourage and value inclusivity, development and achievement
Clubs: we provide an individual and responsive service to clubs
Golf: we respect, appreciate and value the sport that brings us together
Standards: we adopt high ethical standards in all that we do
Sunday 13th June 2021
County U14 Boys Team win 3-2 against Warwickshire at a sunny Halesowen GC.
Wednesday 9th June 2021
Kieron Austin wins County Championship at Hollywood GC on Wednesday 9th June 2021
Tuesday 8th June 2021
Start times for the Senior County Championship are now available on the Tournament Entry page of the website.
Sunday 6th June 2021
1st Team complete a narrow 8 v 7 win at Kings Norton GC, whilst 2nd Team just fall short 5 1/2 v 9 1/2 in a close match at Chesterfield GC.