Course Open. Trolleys allowed but No Buggies (updated 24 May at 06:42)
Visitor Information

General Information

It is not a requirement to produce a handicap certificate, but, all visitors are expected to be competent golfers.

Except with the prior permission of the Secretary visitors are required to play from the Yellow tees (6218 yards). Ladies play from the Red LGU tees (5670 yards).

Equipment Hire
Trolleys, Electric Trolleys and Buggies can be booked through the Professional’s Shop on 020 8977 3844.

Please book into the Professional’s Shop on your arrival. The corporate/society organiser is to check into the Secretary’s office on their arrival.

Practice Facilities
The Club has a putting green, 280 yard practice area, a short game area, chipping green and a practice net.

Please contact the Secretary’s office for a list of local hotels and guest houses or Click here for local hotels

Please contact the Secretary’s office for information on current availability and prices.


Dress Code - on the course

Proper golfing footwear must be worn with either spikes or soft spikes. Trainers are not permitted.

Gentlemen’s shirts must have sleeves and a collar, polo or round neck. They must be tucked into the waistband of trousers. Teeshirts, track suits, rugby/soccer shirts and denim shirts are not permitted.

Ladies shirts without sleeves must have collars and should be tucked in unless specifically designed otherwise.

Shorts and Trousers
Gentlemen may wear trousers or tailored shorts.

Ladies may wear tailored trousers, cut-offs and shorts/skirts of an appropriate length .

Denim and cargo trousers/shorts (fitted with patch pockets) are not permitted.

Gentlemen may wear long single-coloured (knee-length) stockings or short white sports socks.

Ladies may wear white sports socks or sockettes.

Caps and hats with peaks must be worn with the peak facing forward.


Dress code - in/around the clubhouse

General Rules
Only golfing attire which is clean and presentable may be worn.

Shorts must only be worn in the Spike bar.

In the summer months socks are not required, but suitable shoes must be worn. Shirts may be worn outside the trousers if the shirts are so designed.

Dressing for the Occasion
Event publicity will highlight the dress code relevant for particular functions:
Smart: Jacket, with or without tie for Gentlemen/similar level of formality for Ladies
Formal: Evening Dress suit or Lounge suit/similar level of formality for Ladies
Informal: ‘As you wish’ provided it complies with the policy above

The above may only be changed on the authority of the Captain or the

Visitors are requested to conform to established golfing etiquette, be aware of other players and call other players through if necessary.
Visitors should play briskly and always maintain their position on the course. Please repair pitch marks on greens and replace divots on the fairways.