Founded in 1906 Halesowen Golf Club welcomes individuals, societies and corporate clients to it's Grade I listed clubhouse, that was once home to the famous 18th century poet William Shenstone. Sweeping across 58 hectares, the course forms the central core of Leasowes Parkland, listed Grade I on English Heritage's Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England. The parkland course, incorporating small lakes and streams, provides a perfect tranquil backdrop, for a challenging round of golf, offering stunning panoramic views of nearby Clent Hills and the breathtaking North Worcestershire countryside.
Beyond the challenging golf on offer you are sure of a warm and friendly welcome. Relax in our listed clubhouse with a quiet drink, enjoy a bar snack or select from the superb menu of delicious food available in the restaurant.
Societies and corporate clients can be certain of receiving the very best service and attention to detail for their golf away-day.