In 1924 the club first opened its doors, with nine holes, 149 men, 108 ladies and 20 juniors. The original 96 acres bought for £55 in 1919 was soon expanded by 12 acres to create a full 18 hole course, and 'The Field House' was purchased for a clubhouse.
Designed in the main by Mr J Coburn, who trained under Tom Morris at St. Andrews, the course gained early accolades. The Walsall Observer of the time said: "From a sporting point of view the short (175yd) 6th hole would take some beating." It is still a daunting hole today.
In April 1925 Major RW Downs achieved the first hole-in-one, on the then 135yd 4th - the present day 13th - and in 1937 H A (Peter) Squire was the first member to break 70; the course record has since fallen to 63. Peter's connection with Bloxwich Golf Club dates back to 1929, when he was nominated as a reserve for the England Boys International Team.