Barlaston Golf Club

A golfer’s paradise in the Staffordshire countryside – Barlaston Golf Club

Find out more about the beautifully-situated Barlaston Golf Course - an ideal location to work on your handicap

Situated just outside the village of Barlaston in Staffordshire, Barlaston Golf Club features a beautiful parkland golf course.

Bordered in part by the River Trent – one of the many water features – the course demands good course management to achieve par due to its challenging layout.

The course was designed by Peter Allis and was built around 1972/3. It became a members club in 1987 before progressing to the facility that members and visitors enjoy today.

Barlaston Golf Club

The excellent clubhouse at Barlaston boasts a comfortable lounge bar and spacious dining area offering views across the course and practice putting green. The clubhouse offers a quality selection of drinks, snacks and meals.

There is also a patio for al fresco dining in the summer months which nicely overlooks the eighteenth green and fairway.

Pam Bromley, the Club’s Caterer, provides an excellent service for visiting societies and can offer dining packages tailored to individual needs. Pam encourages group organisers to contact her to discuss their requirements on 01782 372795.

Societies find Barlaston’s attention to detail, flexibility and value for money ideal when organising their golfing calendar. Societies of eight or more players are welcome, a range of extensive packages combine championship golf and excellent dining options.

The Club facilities are also available for weddings, christenings, parties and business meetings, further details from Club Manager/Secretary Jim Pickerill.

For further information, please contact Barlaston Golf Club on 01782 372 795 or email inquiries to or visit


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