Woodhall Spa Golf Club was formally instituted in 1891 and has enjoyed a long and successful history. The Club originally played golf over two different nine hole courses located elsewhere in the village before a permanent home was secured on the present site in 1905. The land was made available by prominent member Stafford Vere Hotchkin, who developed and nurtured the course until his death in 1953.
The Club has flourished through the good and bad times of the 20th century and in 1995 the Hotchkin family passed ownership onto the English Golf Union along with additional land to create the National Golf Centre.
Another course, the Bracken, was built in 1998 adding a second and different golfing challenge to the complex.
Today, the National Golf Centre is a vibrant place, with visitors coming from all over the world to enjoy the courses and extensive practice facilities.
The Club’s activities fit harmoniously with the other demands on the site and the two courses comfortably cater for all golfing requirements.
The club presents a friendly and welcoming environment to new members, and provides the opportunity to belong to a traditional club operating in a modern environment.