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Visitors Information

Visitors are respectfully asked to observe the following

General Information

VISITORS INFORMATION May 2022.pdf

 

Handicaps

Championship Course (18 Holes) Men’s handicap limit 22. Ladies Handicap Limit 30 (Handicap Certificates are required). Channel Course (9 Holes/18 tees) No handicap limit.

Ready Golf

The Club has adopted the “Ready Golf” philosophy. If you are ready to play and it is safe – then play! Please click here to read more.

The Office

The main entrance is situated to the right of the building as you enter the car park. The office is situated at the foot of the main stair way. The office for the Managing Secretary is situated on the first floor at the top of the stairs to the ladies changing rooms.

Clubhouse

The clubhouse is open from 8.00am (closing times are varied) - a full bar and catering service is available during these times. If you would like to pre-arrange an evening meal, please telephone 01278 785 760 #2.

Dress Code

To ensure that members, guests and visitors feel welcome and enjoy the ‘Burnham experience’, our dress code recognises golf’s finest traditions, whilst being mindful of changing times. Members and visitors are required to observe the Club’s dress code, which requires a standard of smart, contemporary golf and casual clothes, both on the Course and in the Clubhouse.

For the avoidance of doubt, the following guidelines should be helpful:

ON THE COURSE

Golfers are expected to wear clothing that is smart, tidy and is readily recognisable golfing attire.  Golf shoes must be worn on the Course – with spikes or soft studs/stipples
Trousers, shorts, or skirts should be tailored, and we would prefer golf shirts to be tucked in unless designed to be worn outside the waist band
Knee or ankle length sports socks, of any colour may be worn with shorts or skirts. Caps to be worn peak forward
Items not considered to be recognised golf clothing include all denim, cargo shorts or combat style, beach or athletic wear including training shoes, T-shirts, track suits and football/rugby shirts.

IN THE CLUBHOUSE

We seek to provide a relaxed and sociable ambience throughout the clubhouse, and welcome smart casual wear.

Items that are not considered smart casual include:

Blue or distressed Denim jeans (black or coloured jeans acceptable) beachwear, outdoor wet weather, soiled or untidy clothing
Golf shoes of any variety which have been worn on the Course and outdoor wet weather clothing are not permitted in the main function rooms
Deck and casual shoes worn with or without socks are permitted.
All Club functions and organised events require appropriate standards of attire and the dress code for each event will be specified when promoting the function or event.

Juniors are encouraged to dress with consideration to the above dress code.

If in doubt as to the suitability of clothing on the Course, please ask the Managing Secretary or Club Professional.

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones should not be audible and any conversations should be held outside the Clubhouse main function rooms and always out of earshot to avoid disturbing others.

Trolleys, Buggies and Caddies

Trolleys: We have Electric Trolleys available for hire, please book in advance with the Pro Shop.

Buggies: There are a limited number of Buggies for hire and players are advised to pre-book with the Pro Shop as they are hired on a first come first served basis. At times access to the Course by buggy users may be restricted to disabled golfers only who require a buggy to play golf and there may be a restriction on the number of holes which are accessible. Golfers with disabilities are advised to check the Course status before their visit by telephoning the Pro shop 01278 785760 Ext 3. When access is restricted to disabled golfers only, then players must bring evidence of their disability and a copy of their third party liability insurance or they may be refused access to the Course. Buggy Safety Policy »

Caddies: Caddies must be booked in advance through the Office or Pro Shop and paid for on the day of play. Any cancellations or adjustments must be notified to the club at least 48 hours in advance.

Dormy House

We have a detached property situated within the grounds of the Club consisting of 6 twin bedrooms, 5 of which are en-suite, with a seperate bathroom for room 6.  To book accommodation, please call the office on 01278 785760 opt 1.

Please observe

  • Replace all pitch marks and repair divots.
  • Leave bunkers as you would wish to find them. Replace the rake inside the bunker after use.
  • Please do not walk across the putting green situated outside the changing rooms to the first tee area - use the designated path.
  • Please do not chip onto the putting green - there is a designated area to practice this part of your game.
  • Please do not take trolleys across the aprons or to the area immediately adjacent the greens.
  • When approaching the 1st Tee, please be aware of players teeing off from the right.
  • Please note: we have a public footpath across holes 3, 13 and 16. The public have right of way.

Taxis

Curtisee Cabs 01278 495038
Express Taxis 01278 795460
Lydia’s Taxis 01278 794479

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