The present Clubhouse and undulating parkland course was redesigned in 1968. It has great views of the Shropshire Hills and many of the fairways on the back nine look across to Dudley Castle, the town's famous landmark. Dudley Golf Club was founded in 1893, as a nine hole Golf course, the chosen site was an area now covered by the Russells Hall Estate at Himley Road. In 1928 the course, now extended to eighteen holes moved to Rowley Hills and in 1968, after relinquishing its first six holes in Oakham Road, built the present Clubhouse and created six new holes to establish the course you now see.
One mile south of Dudley town centre on Blackheath Road