Welcome To Our Golf Club

The Club at Westminster golf course travels around eight lakes with generous landing areas making it both beautiful and player friendly as well as exciting to play. These strategically placed water hazards, as well as the “few” sand bunkers, make for a challenging round of golf. Amenities include a practice range, with driving, chipping, and putting practice areas. We also have a great well stocked Pro Shop with a Restaurant open every day for lunch and three nights a week for Dinner (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday Nights)

Westminster is enjoyed by all levels of golfers and we are a player friendly course from the forward tees to the back tees that really challenges the lower handicapper. In addition, you can book your tee time on our website under the Tee Times link, six days in advance and watch for web site deals and save!

Open To The Public All Year

We are a privately owned and operated public golf course located in the Westminster  Golf Community in Lehigh Acres. The Club at Westminster is a semi-private golf course and accepts resident & non-resident memberships.

Seasonal affordable prices, great course conditions, experienced friendly staff, and our great practice range facilities is what brings golfers back year after year. We are located 2199 Berkley Way, Lehigh Acres, FL 33973.

-Jake Whitehouse – PGA

Jake grew up in Berlin Heights, OH and attended Florida Gulf Coast University and since then has been a Golf Professional in SW Florida for over 10 years. He previously worked at Wyndemere Country Club, The Golf Lodge at The Quarry, Muirfield Village Golf Club and Sawmill Creek Golf Club.

His passion is sports in general and is very much into basketball and football outside of golf.

Jake Whitehouse PGA

The Club at Westminster Rules & Managment

Practice Range
Westminster has a Grass driving range well marked so you can see how far the ball goes without a splash. There are 8 target greens at different distances ranging from 50 yards to 250 yards. The range is 325 yards long and 200 yards wide. Therefore this gives you plenty of room to practice and plenty of stations so you do not have to wait for one.

Range Memberships

Range Memberships are still sold through the Pro Shop! Save money on your practice sessions and get your Range Card now. When the pro shop closes at 5:30, the range is still open.

Putting & Chipping Greens
Drive for show Putt for Doe! Our putting green is maintained daily. This gives a golfer a good idea as how the greens will be putting today. In addition this is also a great place to practice your putting on the green or off the green (the first cut) for those shots where a putter might be a smarter club to use.

Our chipping green is located next to the range and not only has plenty of room to practice chipping, but also has hills located next to it to practice below and above the feet lies as well as those uphill and downhill lies. In addition, there is also a large sand bunker to practice those up and downs for a sand shot.

Range Machine & Balls
There is no better time to start practicing than now! So stop in and tune up your game before the season gets underway. Our new range ball dispenser not only works from a simple pin number, but also functions by card, sold here in the shop!

So be sure to stop in the golf shop and purchase your range membership card for the season! These buckets are intended to be hit the day of transaction.

Please do not buy buckets and keep them in your private golf cars.

Proper Attire For Playing Golf

  • Men – Collared shirts with sleeves. Slacks or Bermuda length shorts are considered appropriate attire. Above all, tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, sweat pants, warm up suits, blue jeans or denim shorts, tennis shorts, short shorts or other athletic shorts are not permitted.
  • Women – Dresses, skirts, collared shirts with no sleeves or golf shirt no collar but with sleeves, bermuda length shorts are considered appropriate attire. However, Halter tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, warm up suits, blue jeans or denim shorts, tennis dress, athletic shorts, cut-offs or short shorts are not permitted.
  • Shoes – Only golf shoes with soft spike shoes are allowed on the golf course (No metal spike shoes are permitted).
  • Our dress code is mandatory for all players. If you are in doubt as to your attire, please check with our golf shop. As a result, golfers not properly attired will not be permitted to play or use the practice facilities. The Golf Staff reserves the right to make final decisions on compliance with the dress code policy.

The Club at Westminster Rules

  • Out of bounds is defined by white stakes, fence-defining the property line, and private property within the community and roadways surrounding each golf hole.
  • *Note: there are Green stakes marking the entry point to drive on the fairway and Red stakes marking the exit point off the fairway. This is to protect the quality of the golf course. Your cooperation is required. Thank you!
  • Lateral water hazards are defined by red stakes and red lines on cart paths define lateral hazard.
  • Embedded ball rule is in effect through the green.
  • The Club at Westminster plays Ready Golf. We ask that you keep up with the group in front of you.
  • Cart’s are required to stay on the paths on all par 3 holes.
  • All sprinkler heads and 150 yard stakes are measured to the center of the green.
  • Players must use cart paths around all tees and greens.
  • Metal spikes strictly prohibited anywhere on the premises.
  • Players are required to fill divots, fix ball marks and rake the sand bunkers after use.
  • All food and beverages must be purchased from Westminster Golf Club.
  • Proper attire is required at all times on Golf Course and Practice Range.
  • There is absolutely no walking on the course anytime (golf carts only).
  • Click here for basic PGA Rules »

Meet Our Management Team

  • Director of Golf: Jake Whitehouse, PGA – Ph: 239.368.1110 Email: pro@westminster-golf.com
  • Restaurant: Chef Jason Stuart – Ph: 239.368.6541
  • Golf Course Superintendent: David Pagel – Ph: 239.230.7110
  • Administration: Ph: 239.368.7700
  • Architect: Ted McAnlis