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                            It is a club requirement that all golf is booked, prior to play (either as an entrant to a club competition/coaching session or as a general player as a member or visitor), and the names of all players in the group must be recorded. 

For Visitor bookings (online payment will be necessary) please use the link here. Members' bookings can be done through the "My Golf" section of the Master Scoreboard site or through the link here. 

In competition, players will swap cards for a competition, then the number of strokes taken at each hole are to recorded and both player and marker must sign the card after the round is complete. In both cases, the player is responsible for recording the correct number of strokes taken at each hole and ensuring that the card is signed appropriately before submission for recording. 

Current playing conditions :

White Tees : Please remember that play is only permitted from the White Tees in official Gents' club competitions, excluding Thursday Sweeps (yellows/reds). 

This is to preserve the small teeing areas available to us for the benefit of all.

Players are reminded that slow play is to be avoided at all times.  The proper pace of play is just behind the group in front and not just ahead of the group behind. 

If you are holding players up then please invite them to play through. It is not for the group behind to ask. 

The marker flag adjacent to the first green should be used as a courtesy to players behind and as a safety measure for players on the green. Please raise the flag on arrival and lower it when leaving the green to indicate that following players may hit their tee shot.

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Click here for a bird's eye view of the course.

The nine holes of the course present a great test of golfing skill all year round. Winter greens are not used as the course drains very well. 

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