Availability is limited to Mondays, Wednesdays and Weekend days after 15:30.
Please discover availability via the contact details below.
The clubhouse offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. On two levels, the downstairs area has a large dining room that can seat over 100 people. The main lounge has recently been refurbished to a high standard and features a large flat screen TV with Sports channels, and provides access to the roof terrace which overlooks the 18th green. The Ladies and Gents locker rooms have both been fully upgraded and offer first class lockers, showers and changing area.
The current green fee rates for weekdays are (subject to availability): £60 per round or £100 for a day ticket. Please contact us for availability and rates.
Clubs and trolleys are available for hire from the Professional Shop. Buggies can be booked for your round, please check with the Professional prior to your visit.
Visitors are required, as a minimum, to be dressed in clean, smart clothing in the clubhouse and recognised golf apparel on the course, practice, putting area at all times. The following items are not allowed at any time in the clubhouse or on the course, practice, putting area – football/rugby shirts, tracksuits, torn clothing, vests/singlets/t-shirts, and the display of under garments.
Our extensive menu offers freshly prepared meals and snacks which are available seven days per week. We have well stocked bars on both clubhouse levels with a comprehensive choice of beers, wines and spirits. Bar snacks and sandwiches are available all day. A full catering service is available with High Tea or Dinner served in the Dining Room.
Party organisers must observe and make all those within their party observe the following: In the case of Society bookings a deposit will be required. Green fees must be paid in full before play commences. Visitors must have a handicap or be competent golfers able to complete a round in a timely manner. A fourball is expected to complete their round in no more than 3hrs 45minutes.
Visitors, their vehicles and equipment are on Club property at their own risk, and all visitors should have their own appropriate insurance to cover any loss or damage incurred or caused. Similarly visitors are personally liable for any damage/injury caused by them to third parties on or bordering the golf course.