Sandwell Park Golf Club is a traditional members golf club.

It was formed as West Bromwich Golf Club in 1895 and moved to Sandwell Park at Christmas 1897, on land owned by the Earl of Dartmouth. In 1946 the Club purchased the land from the Earl and since that time it has continued to develop. The Old Clubhouse was demolished in the early 1990's and a superb modern one built which is second to none. It is now in the enviable position of being one of the leading clubs in the West Midlands. Visitors are welcome at Sandwell Park Golf Club throughout the week and will receive a warm reception from all our members. It is a championship course and is situated in the Heart of the West Midlands only 100 yards from M5 Junction 1.

The location of the course with its sandy subsoil ground and springy turf, undulating tree lined fairways that do not cross, no long walks from greens to tees, natural hazards and the strategic placing of some of the bunkers, all make Sandwell Park today a challenging place for golfers of all abilities. The foresight of those original West Bromwich Gentlemen has provided a place, in the past, visited by Royalty, leading professionals as well as top amateurs participating in high quality events. This, coupled with the clubhouse facilities available throughout the day make it enjoyable for those wishing to tread the same fairways, taking in a similar experience to all who may have gone before, whether testing their ability against the course or other friendly golfing rivals.

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  • 125th Anniversary
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