Sunningdale is welcoming a limited number of visitors from June, subject to any further restrictions due to Coronavirus.
We ask you to contact us to find an available day, Monday – Thursday and book well in advance.
Please also take time to read the information below before submitting your application.
All players are required to hold a current club handicap with a maximum of 18 for men, and 24 for ladies.
The Courses are not suitable for novice golfers or beginners. A Handicap Certificate must be produced when signing in.
Green Fees must be prepaid and payment must be received within 30 days of invoice date or if made within 30 days of play must be fully pre-paid prior to arrival to confirm the reservation.
Payment may be settled by debit /credit card, bank transfer or cheque.
There will be no refund of green fees cancelled within THREE MONTHS of play.
Subject to availability, cancellations may be rescheduled within 12 months of the original booking date.
The Club reserves the right to cancel a booking and a full refund will be made in this instance.
All visitors are required to maintain a standard of dress in keeping with the character and standing of the Club.
Shirts must be tucked in at all times and tailored shorts may be worn with short sport socks.
Golf attire may be worn in the clubhouse however Men are requested to wear a jacket / blazer in the dining room for Lunch.
Jeans are NOT ALLOWED either in the Clubhouse or on the Course.
You may arrive changed for golf but no metal spiked golf shoes may be worn in the bar
Guests should contact Golf Operations up to one week in advance of their booking to request the front gate and changing room security code for the day.
On the day Guests should check-in for their round in the Pro Shop. Once in the Clubhouse we request that guests make themselves known to a member of staff in the Critchley Bar and proceed to the visitors changing room on the first floor.
Food & Beverage
The Green Fee includes breakfast on arrival for guests playing before 12.00 noon and afternoon tea for guests playing after.
Guests playing both courses in one day will receive both breakfast and afternoon tea. Afternoon tea is only available after your round and cannot be substituted against any other meal. Lunch can be purchased and hot food is available from 12.00pm to 5.00pm.
The halfway house is situated after the 10th hole on both courses and is open to 5.30pm during summer months, serving a selection of refreshments and hot and cold snacks.
All guests must play from the Yellow tees (Old Course par 70, 6088 yards, New Course par 70, 6080 yards.)
Ladies will play from the Red tees (Old Course par 74, 5847 yards, New Course par 75, 5834 yards.)
Trolleys are not permitted to enter the heather. We recommend that when a ball is hit into the heather, a provisional ball is played.
Pace of Play
Golfers are asked to adopt “Ready Golf” and adhere to the clubs pace of play policy.
The use of mobile phones is not permitted on the Golf Courses or Club House and surrounding area.
Mobile phones may only be used for voice calls in the telephone box (under the stairs), or in the car park.
Items of clothing and shoes left behind will be stored for 3 months and if claimed will be subject to a £10.00 administration charge to cover postage,
and will be posted on receipt of a payment and postal address.