Sandiway Golf Club

Societies and Visitors

Societies and Visitors are welcome at Sandiway

Sandiway Golf Club extends a warm welcome to local, national and international visitors. As a traditional golf club with high standards both on the course and in the clubhouse, golfers will truly enjoy the overall experience of a visit. Sandiway offers first class facilities with a relaxing Clubhouse, a well stocked Professional's Shop, excellent practice facilities and our Harry Colt designed course.

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Visiting Parties

All society bookings should be made by contacting the General Manager on  01606 883247 or email:

Visitor Tee Time availability


Full availability of booking slots to visitors

Green Fees & Food Costs

We offer bespoke quotations to all our visiting societies, to ensure that you have the best possible experience.

There are requirements, and the guidance that is found here, is to ensure your enjoyment, comfort and well being during the time you spend with us.

Please contact the office on 01606 883247 for a bespoke quotation

Dress Code in the Clubhouse & on the Course

Members and Visitors Dress Code

Sandiway Golf Club prides itself on being a forward thinking and welcoming club. To that end all our policies are kept under regular review.

We have high expectations of all our members and visitors in terms of their conduct, courtesy, and sportsmanship. Those expectations also extend to our dress code.

Perhaps no other policy of a golf club attracts more controversy than its dress code. Fashions come and go but we are unapologetic in seeking to maintain high standards here at Sandiway.

We recognise that members, members guests and visitors will welcome some guidance as to those standards and those who are inappropriately dressed should not be offended if they are challenged by our staff or by officers of the club.

The following information is therefore given as guidance both for wear on the course and in the club house:

On the Course

Please wear recognised and appropriate golf attire, golf shoes must be worn. When golf caps are worn the peak must be to the front.

Leaving the Course

Hats and waterproof clothing are only permitted in the changing rooms and are not allowed in any area of the clubhouse.

In the Clubhouse

Smart casual clothing, clean, dry recognised golf attire and clean dry soft spiked / dimpled golf shoes are acceptable throughout all areas of the clubhouse.

Further Guidance

  • Shirts (both golf and casual) can be worn outside of trousers, shorts, or skirts etc. when they are so designed
  • Boat shoes, loafers or sandals may be worn without socks
  • The wearing of tracksuits, cargo shorts and pants, casual t-shirts, football/rugby type clothing, work-wear clothing, gym wear, soiled, worn, faded or ripped clothing is not permitted in any area of the clubhouse or on the golf course.
  • Excellent changing facilities are provided for both gentlemen and ladies; members and visitors are encouraged (except under abnormal circumstances) to make full use of the amenities and not to utilise the car park area for changing shoes and socks.

Additional Services

* Beat the Pro          

* Golf Tuition     

* Card Service   

* 8 Additional Holes  

* Golf Prizes  

* Half Way House   

* First Tee Photos    

* Buggies  must ordered in advance

* Electric Trolley       

* Manual Push Trolley


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