EVENT ALERT

The Bryan Adams Experience- Friday 18th October 2024

Tickets can be purchased over the telephone by calling 01642 452730 and e mailed out to you. Alternatively, you can collect from the professional shop.

Please book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets selling fast

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A warm welcome awaits you in our clubhouse...

Whatever the occasion, Wilton Golf Club is the perfect location. Set in 60 acres of stunning parkland with exceptional views, we can cater for your Wedding, Engagement, Birthday, Anniversary, Baby Shower, Post Funeral Reception or any other special occasion, here at Wilton Golf Club.

Wilton Golf Club and its Clubhouse is fast becoming a popular place to eat for both members and non-members. We offer a traditional Sunday Lunch with all the trimmings, light lunch bites, home made dishes and afternoon teas, ensuring the best possible dining experience, with the most impressive of views.

Venue Hire is* FREE* on the basis that all food and drink is provided by the Club.

At Wilton Golf Club we have ample car parking for members and guests to park their car. Our main car park is clearly signposted and we have an overspill below the main car park. Parking is not permitted in any other areas than set out above.

Please be aware that cars and belongings are left at the owners risk and the club accepts no responsibility for theft or accidental damage however it is caused.

Disabled parking is available however please contact us in advance of your visit to ensure your requirements are catered for.

For more details, booking forms and example menu's please visit the section of our website headed Events & Special Occasions.

Our Menu's

Our Clubhouse is open to non- members.

We offer a traditional Sunday Lunch served with all the trimmings, light lunch bites, home made dishes and a delightful Afternoon Tea, ensuring the best possible dining experience, with the most impressive of views.

To view our menu's please download below.

Private Functions

Whatever the occasion, Wilton Golf Club is the perfect location. Set in 60 acres of stunning parkland with exceptional views, we can cater for your Wedding, Engagement, Birthday, Anniversary, Baby Shower, or any other special occasion, here at Wilton Golf Club.

Our buffet menu can be downloaded below.

In order to book your private function please contact the Club Secretary on 01642 465265 (option 2). If facilities are available and you decide to go ahead simply download a form below, fill it in and return it to us.

For more information regarding Weddings and Post Funeral Receptions please navigate to the section headed Events & Special Occasions.

Social Membership

Social Membership is available at Wilton Golf Club.

You don't have to play golf to enjoy our Clubhouse facilities as Social membership is available to all visitors.

Membership entitles you to :

Full use of all our Clubhouse Bar & Catering Facilities.
Members discounts of 16% on beverages and 10% on food with our Loyalty Card.

Fees are £40.00 per year and this includes £10.00 fee for the Loyalty Card, which is added to your card.

For more information contact our Club Secretary on 01642 465265 Option 2, or e mail secretary@wiltongolfclub.co.uk

Our friendly bar staff can also assist with enquiries regarding Social Membership.

See below to download our application form.

Clubhouse Opening Hours from 1st April (Easter Monday)

Our clubhouse is open 7 days a week.

On a Thursday evening throughout the year, the bar will remain open until 10:00pm

Opening hours are subject to change.

Month Opening Times
April, May & September 10:30am to 8:00pm- last orders 7:30pm
June, July & August 10:30am to 9:00pm- last orders 8:30pm

Catering Opening Hours from 1st April (Easter Monday)

Food is available, to both members and non-members in our Clubhouse at the times below:

These hours can be adjusted to accommodate special occasions such as parties bookings and holiday periods.

Days Opening Times
Sunday to Friday  10:30am to 4:00pm
Saturday 10:30am to 5:00pm

My fiancé was extremely pleased with the venue, the set up and the food, as were the rest of the party. For value for money and at no cost for the venue hire and with the quality of food and kindness of the staff, it is extremely impressive. All of this stands out against other venues in the area for those reasons.

- Josh Nicholls -
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History of Wilton Golf Club

Formed in 1952 as part of ICI Wilton's Recreation Club, golf matches initially had to be played on other courses as the Club did not have a Golf Course. In 1954 work started on the construction of a 9-hole golf course and a well-known golf architect, Mr. J. F. S. Morrison, of Colt Allison & Morrison was employed to design the layout. The course was constructed on parkland in front of Wilton Castle and financed by ICI.

One of the highlights in 1957 was the visit of Henry Cotton to play a 4-ball exhibition round. The match was watched by over 600 spectators. Coming to the last hole the match was all square, but from 30 yards Henry chipped in to win the match.

Plans and proposals were made to extend the course to 18 holes. The new holes were ready for play in March 1966. The extended course and a new clubhouse were officially opened in May 1967. The popularity of the Golf Club continued to the extent that in 1974 membership, which then stood at over 1000, was closed to all categories.

A new purpose-built clubhouse was completed in 1979. The clubhouse is a pleasant and comfortable environment in which to relax, or alternatively to play snooker. Refurbishment and additions have been made since the original construction, all adding to the attractiveness of this facility.

In 1999 ICI decided to sell the land on which Wilton Golf Course is located. Funding was raised and a business plan prepared which enabled the Golf Club to purchase the course and buildings The Golf Club is now a private club, owned by its members, similar to many others in the North East.

The course itself is set in parkland with an abundance of well-established trees and shrubs. Golfers however should not be deceived. What appears to be a relatively short and low scoring 18 holes has unseen problems for the over ambitious golfer.