New Membership rates for 2018/19
Just £495.00 for full membership from April 18.
Join now until March 2019 for a total of £695.00 or £39.60 per month.
Subscriptions are from 1st April but applications are welcomed throughout the year.
Under 25’s: £250.00
Under 30’s: £375.00
Intro Membership (replaces lifestyle) £200.00/£215.00
Corporate: £1500 Plus VAT
Junior 14-18: £120.00
Junior Under 14: £80.00
* Membership will be retained for 12 months. Members Guest rate to be paid between November 1st - March 31st.
· Obtain a handicap certificate.
· Enter competitions.
· Use your certificate to access many other leading golf courses across the country.
· Play and pay at times that suit you.
· Have seasonal play – if you don’t like winter golf, that’s no problem and costs you nothing.
· Join the active social environment at the golf club.
How It Works….
Lifestyle membership is based on an annual payment of £200.00 which is held as “golf credits” only accessible via your own allocated membership swipe card.
Each time you play, credits are drawn down from your account and a full record of your rounds played is updated via your membership card.
These credits range in value each time you play depending on the time of day/week and year, with winter golf as low as £6.00 and peak Saturday morning rounds currently £15.00.
When you use the full £200.00 value, you will be automatically credited with one free round, but you can ‘top up’ your account at any time but typically for birthdays or Christmas. Simply call the club with a card payment.
If you do not draw down the full value of these ‘top-up’ credits, they can be carried forward to the “new year” (April 1st); otherwise membership expires on 31st March each year.
Lifestyle membership provides full membership benefits with handicaps, competition entries and other member privileges. Other golf related purchases can be made in the pro shop.
In recent years there is an increasing appreciation of the health benefits of playing golf. Moderate exercise and the mental application required are recognised for extending life expectancy. For further information on this check out the link; http://www.golfandhealth.org/