Designed by Edmond B Ault, Westpark Golf Club was originally known as the Leesburg Country Club, and was established as a semi-private facility in the spring of 1968. In 1972 the course was purchased and a hotel was added changing the club's name to the Sigwick Inn. The Inn provided full banquet and restaurant services in addition to building a practice range and putting green for the golf club. In order to make room for the practice facilities, two holes were moved to what are now numbers 5 and 6. The Westpark Hotel Corporation later bought the club and officially changed the name to the Westpark Golf Club in 1985. The hotel maintained full operation until the winter of 1993 when it was closed in order to focus on the day-to-day operation of the golf club. The winter of 1999 saw drastic improvements to the pro shop, restaurant, and clubhouse grounds.