HEALTH AND SAFETY
Golf is a sport and whilst there are expected standards of behaviour and rules, we also believe these should be kept to a realistic minimum to ensure enjoyment for all.
A copy of our Health and Safety policy statement can be viewed here.
For details of Course Safety, please click here.
For details of our Greenkeepers Priority notice, please click here.
Adverse weather policy, please click here.
Dress code and mobile phone policy, please click here.
Poor visibility policy, please click here.
The Club has a duty of care to all users of the golf course, including pedestrians using the public right of way. The topography of certain areas of the course is such that caution and prudence must be shown by all users of ride-on buggies. In the interests of safety the Club operates a policy whereby buggy use is restricted during adverse ground conditions. To view a copy of the Buggy Policy, please click here.
We are committed to ensuring children, young people and adults at risk have a fun, safe and positive experience when playing golf. We want all participants in golf to be aware of the club's safeguarding policy and what to do if they are concerned.
The Safeguarding Policy for Adults can be viewed here.
The Safeguarding Policy for Juniors can be viewed here.
To view our accreditation, click here.
If you have any queries in respect of either policy, please contact Tracy Rawlinson, General Manager, in the first instance.
As a Sun Protection Accredited club, we have pledged to raise awareness of sun protection to our staff and members. To read our Sun Protection Statement, please click here.