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Follow Our Journey

If you are interested in keeping up to date with the latest on-goings from within the Pro Shop, Academy and from around the club, why not give us a follow on Facebook? Click here to view our Facebook page.

The Main Course

The Main Course

The Main Course comprises of four par 3, three par 5 and eleven par 4 holes. While the broad fairways instil a sense of relaxation and tee-shot confidence, don’t be fooled as strategically placed bunkers lie in wait.

The Northcliffe Course

The Northcliffe Course

The Northcliffe course provides the opportunity for members to have excellent golf and hone their short game on holes that vary in distance from 50 to 140 yards.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge

We have a great game for you to try at home this week and, if you can succeed, it’ll really help to improve your touch and feel around the green. We've highlighted a couple of different ways that you can give it a go in the image below, and it can easily be made indoor-friendly too!

Golf at Home

Golf at Home

Hopefully, you enjoyed last week’s clock drill to try at home – if you didn’t see it, click on the 'Articles' tab above. Carrying on with the putting theme, this week’s drill has been designed to improve the consistency of your stroke.

Follow Our Journey

Follow Our Journey

If you are interested in keeping up to date with the latest on-goings from within the Pro Shop, Academy and from around the club, why not give us a follow on Facebook? Click here to view our Facebook page.

The Main Course

The Main Course

The Main Course comprises of four par 3, three par 5 and eleven par 4 holes. While the broad fairways instil a sense of relaxation and tee-shot confidence, don’t be fooled as strategically placed bunkers lie in wait.

The Northcliffe Course

The Northcliffe Course

The Northcliffe course provides the opportunity for members to have excellent golf and hone their short game on holes that vary in distance from 50 to 140 yards.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge

We have a great game for you to try at home this week and, if you can succeed, it’ll really help to improve your touch and feel around the green. We've highlighted a couple of different ways that you can give it a go in the image below, and it can easily be made indoor-friendly too!

Golf at Home

Golf at Home

Hopefully, you enjoyed last week’s clock drill to try at home – if you didn’t see it, click on the 'Articles' tab above. Carrying on with the putting theme, this week’s drill has been designed to improve the consistency of your stroke.

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Membership Information
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Society Packages
Society Packages
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Weddings & Functions
Weddings & Functions
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Green Fees
Green Fees
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Dates for the diary
Dates for the diary
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My Poll

Given the choice, what would you rather be?


  • 1Great putter - all about holing out
  • 2Short game magician - up-and-down from everywhere
  • 3Ball striker - striping every iron
  • 4Fairway finder - long and straight off the tee

Thanks for voting!

Here are the current poll results


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