The Worcester Golf and Country Club is the oldest club in Worcestershire and also one of the earliest in England.
The club is exclusive yet it still welcomes visitors.
The club is located in the Malvern Hills, making it a superb venue for social events.
The Worcestershire Golf Club itself was developed in 1879 and saw a number of famous people play golf. Players like Harry Vardon, James Braid and JH Taylor.
The new Timber Ranch course opened for play in 1927 and also play continued on the training course up until WWII.
During WWII the land making up the second 9-holes of MacKenzie’s program was taken control of by the Ministry of Support to construct a hospital for expected D-Day casualties. As a matter of fact a number of such health centers were built within a short range of the Club.
In 2000 the current club was opened. This replaced the original Timber Ranch farmhouse.