Welcome to The Worcestershire Union of Golf Clubs

About The WUGC

The Union was formed on the 17th November 1905 at the Star Hotel, Worcester and is the fourth oldest County Union in England.

Grenville Rose, our President, welcomes you to this wonderful golfing County, which has 33 clubs. They are a diverse mixture of private, corporate and public courses. This website features all our clubs and their details so that you can easily make contact, whether you are a complete beginner, visitor or established player. 

Read the County Chairman's February 2019 Newsletter.

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U18 & U14 coaching at KN - Sunday 10th Feb

A 185 yd punched 5 iron into a cold head wind to 3 ft. Jack Severn shows how it's done at KN on the 4th yellow during the boys coaching session.  





Coping with pressure on the 1st by having a confident pre-shot routine is all part of the learning process. 

Jamie Carney was also busy with his U14 group working on distance control skills. Mr Jones, Eliot's father said, " My son's learning so much in these sessions. It's challenging all his skills and bringing his whole game forward. He can't wait for the next one." 

Great advice for Club Committee members from the R&A

The County urges all Club Committee members to read this excellent checklist, produced by the R&A. Please follow this link :  https://www.randa.org/~/media/rules-modernization/resources-center/files/get-ready-for-2019--committees.ashx

Another successful County Dinner at Kings Norton GC on Friday 18th January 2019

County President, Grenville Rose, addresses packed room of invited guests and club members from across the County at the very popular annual dinner. 

Gary Marshall, the after dinner speaker, brought the house down with his sharp wit. 

Hugh Adams, the National U14 Champion, was presented with 'The Reid Trophy' by England Golf Past President Ian Watkins and Paul NewmanCounty Seniors Captain, was presented with the West Midlands League Trophy by Brian Peplow, Midland Golf Union President. 

Other presentations included Anthony Hill (President's Shield), Luke Rogers (Chandler Shield), Steve Green and Bill Thompson (Bolton Shield).

The County extends a special thank you to Kings Norton Golf Club, their new club manager Steve Dougan and all their staff for their superb organisation, excellent food and warm hospitality throughout the evening.  

Click here for link to all photos

2019 FIXTURES

2018 - Roll of Honour

Click here to find the names of all our County winners in 2018 

THE KIDDERMINSTER CUP 2018-2019 Semi Final Draw

THE DROITWICH SHIELD 2018-2019 - SEMI FINALS

THE R&A SALVERS 2018-2019 Semi Final Draw as at 10.2.19

County celebrates their junior successes - 6th January 2019

John Pates gave an inspiring talk about the mental aspects of golf as well as working with the U18 squad on the Kings Norton putting green. 

All County juniors, their parents and family members enjoyed the annual County Celebration of Achievement Awards at Kings Norton Golf Club on Sunday 6th January 2019. 

Hugh Adams and Haydon Sarfo received County certificates for their outstanding achievements in junior golf last year.  The players also voted on the day for their players' player of the year, who was Hugh Adams. Click here for the link to all the photos. 

Click here for the 2018 Junior Roll of Honour



Outstanding Achievements in 2018

Hugh Adams (Hagley GC Aged 13) 

U14 EG National Champion 'The Reid Trophy'

County U16 Stroke Play Champion and
County U18 Matchplay Champion


Hayden Sarfo (Gaudet Luce GC Aged 8.) 

IMG World No 9, Winner of the Stowe Putter (U11s). Winner of the American Golf UK final. Qualified for IMG 2019 finals. County U14 Nett Champion.  



Steve Green (Rose Hill GC) 

2018 Seniors Midland Order of Merit Record Points winner



County Seniors Team - 2018 West Midlands League Champions 

1st & 2nd Team News

Seniors News