Brocton Hall Golf Club was founded in 1894 and moved to its present location at Brocton, near Stafford, in 1923. The beautiful 18 hole parkland golf course, on the edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, was designed by Harry Vardon and its layout remains very largely as he planned it. The mature trees and attractive water features combine to provide a searching test of golf.
The club house, a distinguished country house, provides excellent bar and renowned dining facilities.
"A course which is picturesque, in beautiful order and always interesting. If there is a lovelier club house or prettier course in the whole of the Midlands, then I have yet to find it." - Tom Scott, golf writer and author.
"Brocton Hall is a refreshing test, a real thinking man's course" - Paul Broadhurst, Ryder Cup golfer and Brocton Hall (Professional) course record holder .