Set Table

Visitors and members play a very important part in the everyday life of the club and course; that’s why we strive to make every golf day an enjoyable one.

After your game those that visit us often will know you always get a warm friendly welcome from our team who are always on hand to assist when spoilt for choice by our well-stocked bars.

Stylish tub chairs allow visitors and members the ultimate in comfort to relax with a drink while admiring the magnificent view across the course or simply reading our excellent food menu. The restaurants wide range of tasty ‘club’ sandwiches and snacks to eat in the lounge or al fresco on our beautiful terrace, to scrumptious meals in the dining room are all sure to satisfy the heartiest of appetites.

Please take a moment to read our rules on Dress Code and Handicap to ensure your visit runs smoothly.

Our clubhouse has a ramp available for disabled access.



Dress Code

All members, guests and visitors are asked to abide by the club’s DRESS CODE policy.



Would members, visitors and guests using these premises please be aware the Club’s Management Committee considers that the use of e-cigarettes will be covered by the overall smoking ban in the clubhouse and anyone wishing to use these must do so outside.

Thank you.

Eating and Drinking

The club bar and dining room command magnificent views over the course towards the sea. Our excellent food and friendly, attentive service, provide an ideal setting after a round of golf with your friends or society outing.

Handicap Certificates

All visitors should ideally be members of golf clubs or registered societies and possess a valid handicap certificate before playing.

Photographs – Course aerial shots

Thank you to aerial photographer Mike Page for kindly giving us permission to publish the overhead course photographs on our website.

The images remain the copyright of Mike Page –