Filton Golf Club is a well-established private members club situated in the north of Bristol. Although predominantly a private members club, Filton also offers a very welcoming and enjoyable experience to guests and visitors alike.
The Club was founded in 1909 when a nine-hole course was laid out on land rented from the city council and the lord of the manor, J. Atkin Waller of Pen Park. The Club became so popular that it was extended to eighteen holes in 1912 and a clubhouse built. The Club's first professional, E. Crook, was engaged in 1911. It was not, however until 1979 that the Club was able to purchase the land on which the course sits...more..
Golf Club celebrated its Centenary in 2009 and had great success with a series of celebrations throughout the year.
The highlight of which was undoubtedly the hosting the Gloucestershire County Championship at the end of May, for which the first time since 1914. However there was also a wealth of special events for club members and visiting golfers to enjoy during the Centenary celebrations.
Filton Awarded Golf & Club Mark
Filton Golf club were awarded the Golf Mark High Achiever Award. Andrew Chivers, Chairman of the Junior Committee commented that over the last 15 months the Junior Committee worked hard and pushed for the highest standards that we could possibly achieve.
The historic city of Bristol is home to some of the most naturally beautiful golf courses in the South West of England. It also boasts one of the country's most vibrant cities, exciting tourist attractions and the Severn Estuary coastline combined with picturesque countryside.