Membership Tariff 2020-21
There are numerous opportunities every week to play friendly golf whether in club organised competitions or casual roll-ups. In either event it’s not long before you’re playing golf every week with new friends.The Club is open to new members of all ages and abilities.
As well as individual, team and mixed competitions organised by the club, there are friendly competitions against other clubs and county events as well as casual ‘awaydays’ to other local clubs.
|5 Day (Conditions apply)||£445|
|Access 7 Day ( + £9 per round)||£225|
|Access 5 Day ( + £9 per round)||£175|
|Junior Academy (Conditions apply)||£5|
|Junior (Under 18)||£40|
|18 – 22||£185|
|23 – 26||£305|
|27 – 30||£360|
|Cornwall Golf Union Fees (Men’s)||£10|
|Cornwall Golf Union Fees (Ladies’)||£9.50|
|England Golf Union||£9|
Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club is registered as a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC.)
The club is open to the whole community without discrimination including those on low or modest incomes. Anyone able to demonstrate they cannot afford full membership will be entitled to join the club and participate fully at a cost of less than £450 a year
If you cannot afford full membership please apply in writing to our Club Manager, Tony Blatchford, providing information and any supporting documents that you have that demonstrate you cannot afford to pay the full membership fee.
Each application will be considered on its merits. We may ask you for further information or supporting documents, as part of our application process.
Membership of the Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club shall be open to anyone interested in golf on application, regardless of sex, age, disability, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion or other beliefs, except as a necessary consequence of the requirements of golf. The club may have different classes of membership and subscription on a non-discriminatory and fair basis. The club will keep subscriptions at levels that will not pose a significant obstacle to people participating. The club committee may refuse membership, or remove it, only for good cause such as conduct or character likely to bring the club or sport into disrepute. Appeal against refusal or removal may be made to the committee.