Cookie Policy

Cookies are small text files stored in your web browser on your computer. They help you navigate websites efficiently, by remembering settings and choices you make during your visits to a website.

There are two types of cookies: 'Session Cookies' are used to store information about your visit to a website, so you can easily pick up where you left off when you leave a page and then return to it. They are temporary cookie files, which are erased when you close your browser. 'Persistent Cookies' help websites remember your information and settings when you visit them in the future. These remain on your hard drive until you erase them or they expire.

How we use cookies on the St. Enodoc Golf Club website

The cookies we use remember settings and choices you make during your visit. We use them in the following ways:

Cookies make our online tee booking system possible: the tee booking system uses cookies to remember your login between pages and to remember what page to send you back to when you use the back button at the top of the page.

Cookies allow us to see how see how visitors use our website: we use cookies as part of Google Analytics to record statistics about the pages visitor, how long was spent on each page, what part of the world the visitor was from and what computer/device they were using. All of this information is anonymous and helps us to ensure that we are doing the best we can to meet the needs of our visitors.


Specific cookies set on the St. Enodoc Golf Club website

Members area

The members area makes use of a cookie called PHPSESSID to remember your choice when browsing the members page by category. This is a session cookie and so expires automatically when you close your browser.

Online tee booking system

A third party – BRS Golf, provides our online tee booking system. They use the following cookies to allow the online booking system to operate as it does.

Name

Use

Typical content

Expires

_utma

Used to determine (by Google Analytics) if you are you are a unique visitor to the online tee booking system

Randomly generated number

2 years from set/update

PHPSESSID

Used to remember details of your current session

Randomly generated alphanumeric string

At end of session

Member_login_redirect

Used to store the page you tried to access before you logged in, so that you can be directed to the correct place after you do so

Address of accessed page within the online tee booking system

At end of session

BrsLoggedIn

Used to store your member number and club while you are logged in

0000##Member##stenodoc

2 hours after successful login

Myaccount_back_redirect

Used to remember which page you were on previously,
to ensure the back button on the page operates correctly

URL of your previously visited page

At end of session

Google Analytics

Like many sites we use Google Analytics to monitor the traffic to our website and provide various useful statistics. Google Analytics sets and uses cookies to accomplish this.

Name

Use

Typical content

Expires

_utma

Used to determine (by Google Analytics) if you are you are a unique visitor to the website

Randomly generated number

2 years from set/update

_utmb

Used to track your current session and ensure a
new session is not started whilst this cookie is in place

Randomly generated number

30 minutes from set/update

_utmc

This cookie is no longer used but is set for backwards compatibility

Randomly generated number

At end of session

_utmz

Used to store your member number and club while you are logged in

Randomly generated number and information on how you got to the site

6 months from set/update

Google themselves provide further information on the cookies they set, available on their site: Cookies set by Google Analytics.

If you would like further information about cookies please visit allaboutcookies.org or aboutcookies.org or visit the following sites for information about how to control and delete cookies. If you have any questions about St. Enodoc’s use of cookies please contact our webmaster Simon Pain at simon.pain@st-enodoc.co.uk