Westfield Country Club, located in Westfield Center, Ohio is owned and operated by Westfield Insurance Westfield Group Country Club boasts two 18-hole championship courses with first-class amenities and accommodations. Operated by Westfield’s expert team of golf professionals, the private facilities are available for a limited number of corporate outings each year.
Originally built in 1937 as a nine-hole course for Westfield Group employees, the historic South Course is nearly 6,600 yards of meticulously manicured playing surface. Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, the par-71 course has been host site for the Junior Ryder Cup Matches (2004) and home to the Westfield Junior PGA Championship (2001-2007).
The North course was completed in 1975; the North Course is slightly longer than the south course at 6,800 yards. Also a Geoffrey S. Cornish design, the par-72 course has open fairways to entice golfers, while water hazards challenge players’ accuracy, and undulating greens call for short-game precision and astute course management.
The unique golfing experience for every member and guest starts with our practice facilities. The driving range features target greens and a 30,000 square-foot-teeing area. Full swing and short game area along with two dedicated practice putting greens are available to prepare you for a great round of golf.