There are certain requirements expected from both members and visitors alike and the guidance that follows is to ensure your enjoyment, comfort and well being during the time you spend with us.
Please be mindful of your speed of play and try not to delay those golfers following you. Heavy undergrowth has been removed to assist in locating balls away from the fairway but the new three minute search rule should be observed. The course has a periphery rabbit fencing [beyond which is out of bounds] and this should not be crossed except at dedicated gates or styles.
Please be aware that greens staff and deliveries from outside use the track infront of the 9th tee and which also crosses the 18th fairway. Check on track activities before teeing off.
A ladies' and gentlemen's lavatory is located adjacent to the 10th tee and visitors should obtain in advance the door entry code from the bar staff or professional should they feel it prudent.
The golf course is very undulating and at certain times of the year can be slippery. Golfers should ensure that they wear appropriate footwear for the conditions and soft spikes or spikeless golf shoes are worn at their own risk.
Tailored shorts are allowed on the course when worn with socks: the socks must be predominantly white. See PDF for full details of Dress requirements.
Smart casual dress suitable for a private golf club is permitted in the Clubhouse and the dining rooms. Certain events may require a different code and if so it will be specified on that event's notice.
Note :- Visitors failing to comply with Dress rules will be asked to leave the Clubhouse and will not be permitted to play.
There are two areas where practice is permitted; the practice Putting Green in front of the Clubhouse and the practice areas to the right of the 1st hole. The latter comprises driving range, (partially covered), chipping green and bunker.
Chipping is not permitted on the practice Putting Green.
Changing in the car parks is strictly prohibited. Please use the locker rooms provided.
Mobile phones must not be used for making or receiving calls either in the Clubhouse, on the Patio, or on the Course, except in an emergency situation. Similarly, other electronic devices can only be used so as not to cause disturbance to others.
Golf Trolleys and Buggies
Golf trolleys can be hired from the Professional shop - both electric and manual and there are six buggies for hire too.
The use of golf buggies by visitors:- Visitors own golf buggies are not permitted. If you are disabled and require the use of a buggy you must have a certificate from a medical specialist and a valid insurance certificate for prior inspection by the General Manager of the Club. The visiting buggy user is to be aware that in areas of physical barrier a recommended route is provided and indicated. A copy of the Buggies on Course document will be supplied to each buggy user. Buggies can be hired out to non-disabled golfers, but priority will be given to those needing one for medical reasons.
The Club does not provide any insurance cover. This is your personal responsibility and all visitors are strongly advised to have insurance for their particular needs. In the event of a claim arising for damages or injury caused to a third party, on any part of the Club or adjoining property, the Club will endeavour to identify the individual responsible for causing the damage or injury for the purpose of answering the claim.