• Enjoy Leisure have announced “With your registered email address and PIN you can now login to the online booking website”
  • All members who have supplied an email address will receive an email from Enjoy Leisure about the new book online service. If any member has not received an introduction to online booking email, please contact pro shop to ensure that your recorded email is correct
  • On first use of the Book Online system (link on User Menu) – Use the “Forgotten Pin” Link on the login page to be taken through a series of steps (via email) to set your own personalised 4-digit PIN number.  Keep this number safe and do not share it with anyone else.

Course is open.

Clubhouse, restaurant and bar, toilets and locker rooms are open.
Face coverings must be worn when entering the Professionals shop and signs must be followed. Staff must wear a face covering when not behind the protective screen.

Pro Shop will open from 8am to process memberships and to take tee bookings.
We ask that this be done over the Phone Only.

Tee bookings will be able to be made 7 days in advance and this will continue until further notice.

Play. As from 10th July you can play in up to four balls with no restrictions on the number of households represented.
As always keep safe social distancing as per government guidance.

Full fee lists are posted on our websites.
The Enjoy Leisure season ticket fee has been rebated pro-rata to account for recent closure.

Please be aware that we are following strict social distancing rules, so please follow all signs.

During this period, Scottish golfing bodies will be following the practices set out in https://www.pga.info/covid-19-resource-hub.
Golfers should familiarise themselves with this advice and be aware of the measures which will affect their golfing experience.

The Committee


Teams of 2, either Gents or Ladies (not mixed).
Tee times from 0730-3pm.
Starting at the 16th and working your way round to the halfway bar and BBQ.
There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd with a few sponsored holes with more prizes up for grabs. For those having an “off day” there will also be a raffle, donations gratefully accepted the week before.
As we have had a very short season this year the Captains day will also be our charity day. To this end there will be a booking fee of £20 per pair with all proceeds going to Belhaven Hospital.
All members are encouraged to invite a guest to show off our beautiful wee gem of a course.
We hope you will join us,
Graeme and Rae.

Changes to course layout:
The GUR along both sides of the 7th fairway which was in place to protect the wild flower areas has been removed as there has been no planting or re-seeding of the areas.
These areas are penal, so best advice would be for anyone hitting a shot into either area to play a provisional.
There is a GUR area on the left hand side of the 7th where the spoil from the path was put and this has been identified by blue stakes placed from 7th green all way to back of 9th green.

Dear Members

I am delighted and extremely honoured to take up the position of Club Captain to which I look forward to with great enthusiasm.

We as a committee believe we are in the strongest position we have been in for years with the drive and leadership of our house secretary John Medley, who works tirelessly behind the scenes keeping everything running smoothly.

To Kevin and Julie and all their staff who provide us with a first class service of excellent food and beverages, also the Professional staff in the shop who as always have a great attitude and drive along with an excellent array of knowledge and products which all put together to make us the envy of others.
We look forward to working with Craig and his staff of greenkeepers to provide a course to be proud of.

All of the above would not be possible without the backing of past and present committee members who give a tremendous amount of time and effort to ensure the club is running as smoothly as possible and I thank everyone in advance for their efforts.

We will strive to carry out more upgrades to the club starting with the mens toilets being totally modernised along with other projects in the future, all of which will be carried out with the minimum disruption to all.

Graeme Turnbull