More than 100 parents, teachers and local business people worked for a day to create the course, based on the design of James Corben, a Year 6 pupil, after whom the ninth hole has been named.
Inspired by their golf facility, some children at the 350-pupil school want to reach the top.
Tom Smith, 10, said: "I don't like football, so I can play golf at school.
I want to keep playing through my life and meet people like Tiger Woods."
The idea came from Jo Walker, a teacher who also organised funding for the course. A professional tutor will be provided with money from the government-funded Schools Sports Partnership.
Ms Walker said: "For those who do not fit into the mould of football or netball, this gives them a chance to work in a team and develop skills."
Photograph by RUSSELL SACH