South Staffordshire Golf Club in Tettenhall, Wolverhampton
South Staffordshire Golf Club is a highly respected private members club based in Tettenhall, Wolverhampton.
The club was founded in 1892 and based in Penn, before moving to its current location at Danescourt, Tettenhall, in 1908.
Steeped in golfing history and heritage, the course at Danescourt was originally designed by Harry Vardon who, along with fellow professionals George Duncan, Ted Ray and Sandy Herd, was one of many high profile golfers to play the course over the past 100-plus years.
Set over 160 acres and maintained to the highest possible standards, the 6,587 yards course suits a range of abilities.
The Club currently hosts several Midland PGA Region professional tournaments, including the three day PGA Invitational, which is covered by Sky TV cameras. For the first two days of the tournament, leading Midland professionals play with amateur partners.
The Clubhouse provides members with a tranquil setting where players can relax in between rounds. There is a lounge bar, spike bar and terrace, television lounge and restaurant, all of which capture stunning views of the 1st and 18th holes, not to mention the local countryside beyond.
The Pro Shop offers plenty of high quality golfing and sporting accessories.
The Peter Baker Golf Academy allows members to book lessons with the former Ryder Cup and European Tour Star. Tuition is tailored individually to the specific needs of the learner, whether you're a beginner, intermediate level golfer or an advanced player.
Membership is available for gentleman, ladies and juniors with full competitive schedules for all.
When play is not in progress, there is the added caveat of popular social events for members and their guests to enjoy.
South Staffordshire Golf Club is a proud supporter of our armed forces and, particularly, 'Golf 4 Heroes and the Battle Back Scheme'.