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If you're looking to start golf as a new hobby, simply grab a golf club and make your way to Whitwood Golf Club.

Membership

Waiting List now in place for 2023

Please email 

kevin.moore@whitwoodgolf.com.

 

Membership runs from 1st April to 31st March. Any member who joins through the season will be on a pro rata basis .

Visitors Are Always Welcome At Whitwood Golf Course
 
Visitor Prices For 2022/23 Season

Monday-Thursday
9 Holes – £12
18 Holes  -£18
Friday-Sunday and Bank Holidays
9 Holes £14
18 Holes £20
We also have two ride-on Buggies available.
9 Holes £13
18 Holes £18

We currently can't do societies and group bookings but look forward to welcoming groups when allowed. Simply contact us on 01977 512835 or email kevin.moore@whitwoodgolf.com for further details.

Golf Bag with Clubs

Golf Societies, Corporate or Charity Bookings

Golf societies, corporate and charity golf days are always welcome at Whitwood Golf Club and we pride ourselves on the care and attention we give to ensure your day runs smoothly. Whether you are planning your first golf society or making a return visit, we can promise you an unrivalled service, an interesting and well maintained golf course with many challenging holes, and excellent catering options.
 

We can accommodate bookings Monday-Friday, as well as weekend afternoon tee times. Society and corporate bookings may be made as far in advance as required upon receipt of a deposit. A minimum of 12 players are required to secure a society booking. We have a range of different packages available to suit all budgets, whether it is summer or winter.

To discuss your golf society/corporate/charity day requirements, please contact the Golf Club Manager; kevin.moore@whitwoodgolfclub.com or Tel: 01977 512835

Procedures for suspension of play / Course closure due to bad weather


The Greenkeeper will inspect the course before the scheduled start of play and if unplayable due to frost, snow, water or fog it will be closed.
 

If there is fog, the guiding principle will be that play cannot start until the fairway bunkers on the 1st fairway are visible from the tee.  Inspections will then be taken regularly by the Greenkeeper to ascertain if play can commence.
 

The course siren will be sounded to warn players of the imminent danger of lightning strikes and the suspension of play due to adverse weather.
 

The use of the siren will be as follows:

  1. To suspend play – three signals with a three-second gap between each signal.

  2. To restart play – two short signals of three seconds each with a three-second gap between each signal.

  3. To abandon play – one long signal.
     

 Failure to stop play immediately on hearing the suspension of play siren or the abandon play siren will lead to disqualification if playing in a competition.
 

On the resumption of play, the player will recommence from the point where the ball is marked.

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