The Golf Club
The Hidden Gem on the north side of Bristol
Filton Golf Club offers its members a beautiful 18 hole mature parkland course, kept to the highest standards all year round.
Founded in 1909, the club is steeped in history and whilst recognising the etiquette and traditions of the great game of golf and thus ensuring that this is maintained, the club adopts a modern approach to reflect the new generation of golfer.
The club is renowned for the hospitality and warm welcome offered to visitors, societies and corporate customers by both members and staff.
The House and Social committee organise various social activities throughout the year which include Monthly Quiz Nights, Themed Dinners and other fun events. These generally take place in the spacious clubhouse offering thirst quenching refreshments from our extensively stocked bar and delicious fresh food, produced and served by our extremely talented and friendly staff.
There are currently membership opportunities available and the details can be found on the join Filton page of the web site.
Quality and Reputation of the course
For several years the club has been developing and investing in the course which includes major drainage to the greens and run off areas to ensure all year playability, an extensive bunker redevelopment project and Tee renovations. We pride ourselves on offering “the best we can on every day”.
Our reputation has grown to such an extent that we have hosted many major events which include the Gloucestershire County Championships and the Southwest Seniors Championships.
An integrated club
The Ladies' and Gentlemen’s sections are fully integrated, with all members treated equally in all respects (membership fees, use of all facilities, etc.), and we have a longstanding tradition of Mixed Competitions.
Golf Mark High Achiever Award
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.