- Pro Shop
- Special Events
Before the Event
Contact Sue de Souza (01737 555781 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to check for availability, request the format for the day and provide a realistic guide to numbers expected.
Three months prior to your visit please forward a deposit of £100 together with your menu selection. Please ensure that your members are made aware of the Club’s dress code as we do not want to disappoint any of your members on the day by asking them to change.
Confirmation of numbers
Please confirm your precise numbers and menu choices no less than 48 hours before the day and remember that a 50% cancellation fee per player will be charged to your group if your numbers drop during this period.
Buggies and Trolleys
Buggies and electric trolleys are available but must be booked in advance.
On the Day
Our Clubhouse opens at 7.30 - Coffee is available in the Lounge on the 1st floor. On arrival the organiser should make him or herself known to the Professional or Steward. All accounts must be settled on the day, by cash, cheque, or debit card with the Steward on duty.
Play will commence from the first tee only, both morning and afternoon from yellow tees. Unless advised otherwise, the tee will be reserved for a period of time to accommodate your number of players between 8.30 - 9.30am and 1.30 - 2.30pm.
Please ensure that all your members are advised of their start times so that there are no delays on the tee.
Play on the Course
All divots on the fairways should be replaced and pitch marks on the greens must be repaired.
In adverse weather conditions trolleys may not be allowed, but to check on the current state of play you can call our course hotline on 01737-558944. The use of mobile phones is not permitted and those seen using mobiles on the course may be asked to leave. It is accepted that not all golfers have club handicaps – however, a reasonable golfing standard and an understanding of course etiquette is required. Slow play and damage to the course may jeopardise any future bookings.
Your attention is drawn to the fact that there are two Public Rights of Way and a Bridle Path crossing the course.
Any injury or damage to adjoining property is the sole liability of the player concerned. You should therefore ensure that all your members have Third Party Public Liability insurance cover.
Chipstead Golf Club cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage to cars or property sustained by visitors on the Club premises. We strongly recommend that golf clubs and personal property are locked away in a car boot when not in use - for instance during lunch and at the end of your day’s golf.
Society representatives are reminded that trophies, prizes or other property left in the clubhouse or elsewhere on the premises remain the owner’s responsibility.
On the course : Please ensure that all your members are aware of the following dress code. No jeans, tracksuits, trainers, vests or T shirts are acceptable under any circumstances.
Proper golf shoes must be worn, only tailored shorts may be worn with knee length socks of any colour, or white ankle socks. Smart casual trousers, shirts with collars or roll necks are ac- ceptable. Shirts must be tucked inside your shorts or trousers at all times, hats and visors must be worn the correct way round.
In the Clubhouse : Smart casual dress may be worn - but not trainers, jeans or any other denim garment.