Visitor introduced by a member
Monday - Friday £20 per round or £25/day
Rates for all other visitors
Mon- Fri £37.50/rnd or £42.50/day
Visiting Society Packages
18 holes only: £37.50 if party is 12 or less
£35.00 if more than 12
£32.50 if party is more than 20
Sunday 18 Holes Only: £42.50 for less than 12 in party or £40.00 for 12 and over in party or £37.50 for 20 and over in party
Fees Per Day
£42.50 if party is 12 or less
£40.00 if more than 12 but less than 20
£37.50 if more than 20
Contact the Professional for further Course Reductions for larger corporate/charity golf days.
Sunday Afternoon Societies
Pay the day rate relative to the number of players (as above)
Subject to availability andauthorisation from the club professional
Book a 4ball in September to December for only £100 . (By arrangement with the professional- ring 01246 411196)
Book a round of golf from 14.00 on Sunday through until Monday evening during September, October and December for only £22.50. (subject to availability - check with the professional in order to book a time)
Catering is available most days, with the exception of Mondays unless by prior arrangement with the chef directly. All catering bookings must be made directly with the chef once confirmation of reservation to play golf is received. A full visiting parties menu planner is available by contacting the club.
Etiquette and safety information
In the interest of safety and enjoyment for all the members of your visiting party, please take time to familiarise yourself with the following safety information.
- Never hit a golf ball when another golfer is clearly in range or in the area of the intended shot.
- Please pay attention to your surroundings and other golfers that may be in the vicinity (particularly where holes cross, are adjacent to each other or where members of the public may be nearby). These areas include the 2nd tee, 16th fairway and the 9th fairway, 10th tee and the 12th fairway.
- Please take note of all warning signs on the course
- If driving a buggy please familiarise yourself with the controls, follow instructions in the HGC Buggy policy and all marked routes on the map. Beware of footpaths and road crossings.
- Holes 13 and 18 include blind tee shots - please wait for the group in front to ring the bell.
- HGC greens staff have priority on the golf course at all times.
- In the unlikely event of an accident, injury or any other problem with one of your party, please contact any of the numbers shown below and our trained first aid and emergency staff will respond.
Office: 01246 413734
Clubhouse: 01246 410394
Shop: 01246 411196
Greenkeeper: 01246 410032
Mobile: 07810 804009
At all times, a reasonable and acceptable standard of dress must be maintained on the golf course and in the clubhouse. On the course members and visitors must wear acceptable golf clothing at all times. Golf shirts must have collars and must be worn tucked inside trousers. Shorts may be worn if they are tailored and not more than two inches above the knee in length. Shorts must be worn with either knee length socks of any colour, or predominately white short sports socks. The wearing of trousers tucked inside socks or shirts not tucked inside trousers is not considered appropriate dress either on the course or inside the clubhouse although appropriately tailored shirts may be acceptable in the clubhouse. Beachwear, athletic vests, track suits, sports shoes and denim jackets, shirts or jeans are not allowed in the clubhouse or on the course at any time. Golf shoes of any kind must not be worn in the main rooms of the clubhouse. In the interest of safety and hygiene, no one should enter these rooms without footwear. The wearing of sandals without socks by gentlemen is not considered appropriate dress. Mobile phones should not be used in the clubhouse or on the golf course, except in an emergency. The Secretary, Golf Manager, Clubhouse Manageress, any Director or Member of Staff has authority to bring to attention of any member or visitor any infringement of the above rules.