There are two routes to Membership;
If you know an existing member and they will act as your proposer then the proposer will request an application form and ensure it is completed fully and returned.
If you don’t have a proposer then the Chairman of the Membership Committee can act as proposer once he has met the applicant. The application form would then be completed and returned.
Completed application forms are then placed on the Club Notice Board for 21 days – following this a short interview will be arranged with the Membership Committee and once this process is completed and all parties are happy then Membership will be offered (subject to availability).
Types of Membership Available
7 Day Members
7 Day members can play every day subject to availability.
6 Day Members
6 Day members can play every day except Saturday – Saturday being the main competition day for Men.
5 Day Members
5 Day members can play every day except Tuesday and Saturday – Tuesday being the main competition day for Ladies.
Junior (up to 18) and Intermediate (18 - 29)
Junior and Intermediate members along with 7 day members can play the course every day subject to availability.
Country members must not live within a 50 mile radius of the Club (overseas must not live in the UK) and must be a member at another Club. They can play the course and use the Clubhouse any day of the week. Play in competitions is restricted to non-board competitions.
Student membership is only available to existing members who enter full time further or higher education. They can play the course and use the Clubhouse any day of the week. Play in competitions is restricted to non-board competitions.
NOTE: The practice areas are classed as the Course and are therefore only available on the days your membership dictates. The Clubhouse is available to all members at all times.
Social members are entitled to use the Clubhouse only.