A truly memorable experience awaits you at Olton Golf Club. Regarded as one of the finest private clubs in the West Midlands and set within 95 acres of beautiful mature parkland.
Situated just a mile from the town centre of Solihull and minutes from Junction 5 of the M42, Olton has an ideal location. Olton offers a warm welcome and a great test of golf on a course influenced by the highly esteemed designer Harry S Colt.
"Welcome to Olton Golf Club where a good all-round golfing experience awaits you.
Founded in 1893, the course offers the maturity of a traditional parkland course where our vibrant membership enjoys golfing events all year round.
Our challenging card is a fair test for all golfers to enjoy with the course always being presented and maintained to the highest quality.
The ambience in the clubhouse is excellent with a range of real ales, fine wines and our outstanding catering offering a gastronomic delight for those with an appetite. All visitors and societies will receive a warm welcome from our members and staff.
I look forward to welcoming you to Olton."
Neil Henderson, Captain - Olton Golf Club
"I have had the pleasure of playing Olton on several occasions. It's a great test of golf, always in superb condition. I thoroughly recommend you pay them a visit."
Abu Dhabi HSBC Winner 2012
Italian Open Winner 2011
"Olton is one of my favourite courses and well worth a visit. As an amateur I was fortunate to win their Open on two occasions. Always in good condition, it is a challenge for golfers of all abilities"
South African Open Winner 2015
Joburg Open Winner 2015
Portugal Masters WInner 2015
History of Olton Golf Club
Founded in 1893 the club was originally located in Olton where it remained until 1903 when it moved to the present site. Although the entire course and clubhouse are within Solihull, it was decided to retain the name Olton Golf Club.
The building of the new clubhouse in Mirfield Road in 1935 further enhanced the club's appeal and it would be selected as the venue for many amateur and professional championships.
Many fine and famous players have played tournaments at Olton. James Braid and Harry Vardon competed over the course in 1910.In the modern era, competitors have included Paul Casey and Nick Dougherty as well as locals Paul Broadhurst, Andy Sullivan, Robert Rock and Steve Webster. When you play at Olton you are playing in the footsteps of Champions!