Brocton Hall


Brocton – A Modern Club with Traditional Values

Brocton Hall Golf Club was founded in 1894; the course was designed by the renowned Harry Vardon and its layout remains largely as he planned it. It lies on the edge of Cannock Chase, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Do not be surprised to see deer peeping out from between the mature trees and an abundance of other wildlife making an appearance at the edges of the fairways. The Club House is an elegant Grade II listed building which houses the changing rooms, bars and dining room.

The course is expertly managed throughout the year and provides challenges for all golfers, regardless of their ability.

Please familiarise yourself with the  Club Rules 

Course Facilities

  • Ample Parking
  • Pro Shop
  • Practice putting green situated at the front of the Pro Shop
  • Practice area comprising of a bunker, chipping area and nets at the rear of the Club house
  • Practice area for longer shots/lessons adjacent to the 18th hole.
  • Trolley shed
  • Half-way House
  • Lockers for hire
  • Buggy and trolley hire  (See Buggy Policy) 
  • Golf Simulator and indoor putting green for use with the Professional

Club House Facilities

  • Basement - Men’s changing rooms
  • Ground floor – 1894 Bar, Vardon Lounge, Dining Room
  • First floor – Women’s changing rooms, Main Office, Conference and Meeting Rooms (available for hire)


At Brocton we aim to create a comfortable and safe environment on the course which enables our members to enjoy an excellent golfing experience. Thus, in common with all golf courses, we adhere to a code of conduct to ensure that the condition of the course is maintained and that all members feel valued and respected. Hence, we ask that members treat each other with courtesy and respect the practices which maintain the integrity of the course e.g., repairing pitch marks, raking bunkers.

Pace of play is very important. Be aware of your own speed of play and if, for any reason, you are playing slowly, allow those behind you to play through.

All golfers are expected to wear recognised golf attire on the course. Smart casual wear is worn in the Club House. Clean golf shoes with soft spikes are allowed only in the 1894 Bar. On some organised social occasions more formal wear is requested. Please read the full dress code here

Please note that there is a No Smoking policy in the Club House. Whilst on the course, we ask that mobile phones are switched to silent mode

Most golf etiquette is a matter of common sense and courtesy. Do not hesitate to seek clarification if required.

Golfing Practicalities

The ig app is an invaluable tool for the golfer; it enables you to book tee times, enter competitions, top up your bar card, keep up to date with news and much more.

Using ig - To log in to the secure members area you will need your user ID which is the number printed on your bar card and your PIN which will be set by default to the day and month of your birthday ddmm. For help on downloading and installing ig, please visit

Competitions – we have a full programme of competitions for men, women, juniors and fun mixed competitions. These are open to all members with a WHI (handicap). Details of competitions can also be found on the Club website

Handicaps – for those new to golf who wish to play in competitions, obtaining a handicap will be necessary. This is achieved by completing 54 holes of golf with cards marked by players who hold a handicap. These cards must represent 3 complete rounds of golf and be submitted to the Handicap Secretary of your Section. Cards can be handed in at the Pro Shop.

Your Proposer/Seconder/Buddy will help you to arrange this. For experienced golfers, the information provided on the application form will be passed to the Match and Handicap Secretary.

Tee Times –these can be booked using the ig app or by calling the Pro Shop. It is perfectly acceptable to add your name to a tee time if there is a space available. It is also a very good way to meet other members.

Information and Communication

Club Information is available on the ig app and the Club Website. Emails with specific information are sent out by the Management Committee. Both the Club and the Pro Shop produce a weekly newsletter by email. If you would like to receive a copy of the Club newsletter go to My Golf/Preferences and tick 'Announcements and Updates'. To receive the Pro Shop newsletter, inform Nevil of your email address.

Information can also be found on the Noticeboards located in the hall (by the staircase) and in the changing rooms. There is also a noticeboard outside on the wall on the walkway from the carpark to the putting green. The Junior noticeboard is to be found in the corridor by the entrance to the Men’s changing room.

We are present on the usual social media sites of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, which are open for use by all members.

For any information not covered by the above, enquiries can be made at the Main Office between the hours of 9.00am and 4.00pm. Tel 01785 661901 ext. 6 or the Pro shop Tel. 01785 661901 ext. 1.


We thoroughly recommend that, you enjoy a drink, snack or meal with your playing partners, friends and family in the relaxed and convivial atmosphere of the Club House. The menu is varied and all home cooked. The food here at Brocton is truly delicious and Members receive a discount, which results in very good value for money. We also offer Sunday lunches for which booking is advisable.

We are a popular wedding venue and have conference facilities. Enquiries can be made via the office.

Social Events

Brocton Hall is a very sociable club and we encourage all our members to participate in the varied programme of events that we offer. We have a full list of events on the website, social media and on the noticeboards inside the clubhouse. For some events you are required to sign up, others are just a ‘turn up’ affair. Whichever, you will be warmly welcomed.

Useful Tel. Numbers

The Main Office – 01785 661901 ext. 6
The Pro Shop     – 01785 661901 ext. 1

Club Policies

We would draw your attention to the club policies, all of which are available on the website. Please familiarise yourself with these. ( LINK HERE)

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