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Originally built in 1937, Westfield Country Club is home to two impeccable golf courses. Both courses provide a challenging experience to the accomplished golfer, yet an enjoyable experience for golfers of all skill levels. 36 holes of golf are complimented by a new, two acre practice tee, chipping green, almost 30,000 sq. feet of practice putting greens, and two practice holes. A fully stocked Golf Shop, exceptional locker areas, friendly staff, and exemplary grounds are sure to leave a lasting impression for all.

  • South Course
  • North Course

The historic South Course is nearly 6800 yards of meticulously manicured playing surface. Complete with views of the Clubhouse, Blair Conference Center fountains, and the iconic 16th hole bridge, the South Course has long been a favorite of golfers in Northeast Ohio. Originally Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, and most recently renovated by Hurdzan Golf, the par-71 course has been host site for the Junior Ryder Cup Matches (2004), Westfield Junior PGA Championship (2001-2007), and the Ohio Open (2013-2016).

South Scorecard

The striking beauty of the North Course has golfers feeling as if they have traveled across the big pond to Scotland, enjoying a round of golf in its purest form. From the back tees, The North Course is a 6733 yard links style course featuring firm playing surfaces, open terrain, links style bunkering and the distinct look of fescue in the secondary rough. The experience is complete with hardscapes reflective of a European countryside; rustic style cart paths, free standing boulder walls and a homestead style ruin feature. Originally Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, and most recently renovated by Hurdzan Golf Design, the par-70 course is designed in contrast with the South Course to create a unique golfing experience.

North Scorecard