Please read all the following sections if booking a society day at Hayling Golf Club
a). All prices are per person and include V.A.T. and insurance cover for the day.
b). Minimum of 12 players - please notify us in advance of any special dietary arrangements.
c). Only applicable on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
c). We regret that Members are not able to sign-in society guests for a reduced green fee.
d). We regret that we are unable to offer concessionary rates (eg County Cards) for society visitors.
e). Courtesies will be given to serving Club Captains and PGA Professionals if these are made aware beforehand. Such courtesies will not be granted on the day.
a). To confirm your booking you must complete and return a signed copy of the T's & C's form (click here for a copy) together with the non-refundable deposit of £10.00 per player.
b). Before the day we require final numbers attending to be confirmed 3 working days before the event and this will form the basis of your final charges.
c). Please be aware that you may be sharing your day with another group of visitors.
d). Full settlement is required on the day by credit/visa (not American Express) or cheque.
e). Menu selections should be confirmed, at the latest, 7-days prior to the day together with any special requirements. The Club reserves the right to charge for any catering numbers cancelled within 3-days of the day.
a). On arrival at the Club please provide your start-sheet to the Course Marshall who will assist you in getting off on time, advising of any current course conditions and making sure you enjoy your round.
b). We can supply nearest-the-pin and longest drive markers and have those placed ready on the course for you.
c). We have a 3 buggies available for hire form the Pro-Shop. It is advisable to reserve these and electric trollies before you arrive.
d). Please advise beforehand if you need the use of a prize-table, easel for leaderboards, microphone etc. Scorecards can be forwarded in advance if requested.
a). All players are expected to be well versed in golf etiquette and to have a valid CONGU handicap.
b). Proof of handicap such as a Central Database of Handicaps number or certificate may be requested.
c). To help speed of play we request that Societies consider putting lower handicapped players out first.
a). Please play in regulation singles, foursomes, greensomes or three-balls only - fourballs or texas scrambles are not permitted.
b). Play is from the yellow tees for Men and red tee for Ladies.
c). Speed of play - we expect rounds to be completed in four hours or less. There is a clock at the 13th hole which has been set 2 hours and 40 minutes earlier than normal time which is the amount of time we expect to take for 13 holes. If your start time was equal to or later than the time on the clock then you are doing well. If your start time was earlier then you have fallen behind and should take steps to improve your pace. It is always important to keep up with the group in front and not just ahead of those behind.
d). Dress code is well documented and is very consistent with many others clubs. Please ensure your society members are fully aware of all requirements to avoid any embarrassment on the first tee or in the clubhouse. View Hayling dress code.
e). Mobile telephones are not permitted on the course unless used for emergencies. Mobile devices can be used within the clubhouse to access the internet, apps and the club website but must be kept on silent and ensure no other guests are disturbed. Phone calls are NOT permitted within the clubhouse but can be taken on the balcony.
f). GPS devices may be used provided that it can only measure distance information and not other course conditions such as weather, irrespective of whether that function is actually used. Rule 14.3 stipulates.
a). The Course Marshall will advise you of any specific rules on the day. Click here to see our Local Rules.
b). Hayling Golf Club is situated on a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) which seeks to protect the natural grasses and other flora the area supports. As such we try and protect all the areas away from the fairways and paths as much as we can and request that all trollies and buggies are kept out of the rough and strictly on the paths or fairways. We realise this might mean that in some circumstances players have to park and carry a number of clubs to their ball but hope that they will understand this is in the best long-term interests of the course as a whole and thank you for your support in this.
c). A ball lying in Ground Under Repair (GUR) defined by a white line around the area MUST be dropped at the nearest point of relief and played from there. No play from within GUR is allowed.
The policy of Hayling Golf Club is to set a smart yet suitable standard of attire as befits the traditions and heritage of the game of golf and our own Club. Please assist us by ensuring that you and your guests adhere to this policy when visiting the Club.
Management, staff & all Members of Hayling Golf Club have the authority to politely enforce this dress code.
Any unacceptable response to a challenge should be reported to the Secretary or a Committee Member.