We invite applications from juniors aged 11 - 17 years of age. However, we appreciate that the abilities of young people can vary so the competency of junior golfers may allow them to join at a younger age. An assessment will be made by the Professional staff or the Junior Section organiser, John Wentworth.
If you would like to apply for Junior Membership please click on the link below.
Juniors must have three cards on the system by the end of each calendar year to obtain a realistic handicap. This does not always have to be in competition you can hand in cards for handicap, providing they have been signed by another player, at any time. Away scores at other clubs will also count, just bring in the signed cards into the office or send them by post and we will add the score to your records.
Regarding junior playing times and playing in senior competitions please read and understand the rules below.
Junior Members May Play Only At The Following Times:
(a) Monday to Friday (inclusive), excepting Public Holidays.
(b) On Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays after 1p.m. only if playing with an adult member, all junior members with a handicap of 24 or less shall be exempted from the requirement to play with an adult member on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.
Junior members having a handicap of 18 or less may compete in monthly medal or winter Stableford competitions, in accordance with the conditions thereof. Junior members having a handicap of 12 or less may compete in any other competitions not having qualifying standards which would otherwise exclude them, and in accordance with the conditions of that particular competition.
The Club 200 is a lottery set up by the Junior Committee to raise funds for the running of the Junior Section.
If any junior or parent has any concern regarding their welfare or the welfare of their child, whilst at the Club, please refer this to the Club Welfare Officers;
- Lesley Morris email@example.com, 07961 831909
- David Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org, 07712 230174
Click here for their responsibilities as Welfare Officers.