Sunday - Friday
|One Round (Summer)||85.00||-||25.00|
|One Round (Winter)||50.00||-||15.00|
|One Round On Each Course||-||100.00||-|
|One Round On Each Course||110.00||-|
|Multiple Tickets||5 Days (5 rounds - 7 days)||325.00||-||-|
|One Week (7 rounds - 10 days)||435.00||-||-|
|A multiple ticket is valid for play at any time subject to course availability
A weekly ticket on the Church Course entitles the holder to play on the Holywell Course
(Juniors under 18 - half fees)
Green fees will not be returned because of inclement weather unless the course is officially closed
Available 1st November 2018 to 31st March 2019 Weekdays only
Minimum of 8 people 18 holes of golf, coffee / bacon bap on arrival,
2 course meal afterwards
Handicap restrictions apply - max 24 Men, 28 Ladies
£50 per person
GREEN FEE VOUCHERS
STARTING TIMES: These will be in operation throughout the year on the Church Course. You should aim to be at the Club reception at least 40 minutes prior to your starting time to enable you to be booked in. If you miss your starting time it may not be possible to fit you in at a later time.
BUGGIES: The Club has buggies for hire at a cost of £30 per round, however the use of buggies is restricted to those with exceptional circumstances and who are able to produce a medical certificate. The Club only has a limited supply of buggies - it is advised that you pre-book in advance to reserve if required.
CADDIES: Can be arranged at St. Enodoc with advance notice. Please contact the office or speak to Reception and we will be happy to help.
ETIQUETTE and SPEED OF PLAY: Players are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure the safety of others. You must not hit the ball unless it is safe to do so. A course ranger will be helping to keep play moving; please do as he asks. If you lose a complete hole, call the following group through. If you lose a ball, call the following group through sooner rather than later. 2 ball matches have priority on the courses. As a guide to speed of play, 2 balls should expect to be on the 7th tee in 1 hour, and the 10th tee in 1 hour 30 minutes; 4 balls on the 7th tee in 1 hour 20 minutes, and the 10th tee in 2 hours.
INSURANCE: Players are advised to ensure they have adequate personal liability cover, as St Enodoc Golf Club does not provide such cover for visiting players.
DRESS REGULATIONS: St Enodoc seeks to provide an experience reflecting excellent standards both on the courses and in the clubhouse. Members and guests are respectfully reminded that we request a standard of dress to reflect those values. To avoid embarrassment please ensure that you and your party are properly attired. If you are unclear about the details of our policy, please ask a staff member for clarification.
GOLF COURSES:Ladies and Gentlemen should wear recognised golf attire. Such attire does not include blue denim, beach wear, football or rugby shirts. Please wear proper golf shoes with socks on the courses.
DOGS: We regret that visitors are not permitted to bring dogs onto the courses.
IN THE CLUBHOUSE: Smart Casual wear and spikeless golf shoes may be worn in the Reception, Conservatory and Bar Areas - Shoes must be worn in the upstairs Dining Room. Please refrain from wearing any beach attire/flip flops or caps/hats in the clubhouse.
IN THE DINING ROOM: Other than for special functions which may require a jacket and tie, smart casual is again the accepted attire. Please do not wear shorts in the Dining Room.
MOBILE TELEPHONES: Please be sure phones, tablets and laptops are only used on silent mode at all times. We accept that in emergency situations on the courses use of a mobile phone may be essential.
SOCIETIES: Societies are most welcome and all arrangements should be agreed in advance with the General Manager and his staff to ensure that you have a good day. Societies are then asked to confirm in writing and pay an agreed deposit one week in advance. A wide range of meals is available in our popular restaurant, which overlooks the beautiful Camel Estuary and the 18th green. Please contact lain Gray (01208 863216 or 01208 869902) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the catering requirements for your society. Notice would be greatly appreciated.