Cavendish Golf Club welcomes visitors to enjoy both the golf and the hospitality for which we are renowned.
The best way to book is online where you will find details of our green fees and any special deals. It’s quick, secure and ensures you’ll get your preferred tee time
Whilst we do not insist on a handicap certificate to play, all players must have previous experience on a golf course and must understand the rules, the etiquette and most importantly the pace of play required of golfers.
In line with many golf clubs Cavendish Golf Club has a relaxed policy on dress. We do insist that users of the clubhouse wear clean, smart casual attire as a minimum. Golf Shoes are not permitted in the clubhouse. On the course recognised golfing attire must be worn along with appropriate footwear.
Golf Course Etiquette
We want all members and visitors to be able to enjoy their golf at Cavendish Golf Club. To that end, please respect the course and remember to always replace your divots and repair your pitch marks. Also, be aware of those around you and remember:
Voices travel and with greens and tees close, it’s easy to disturb other players.
Take your time, but not too much. The correct pace is just behind the game in front not just in front of the game behind.
Losing the game can be frustrating, but losing your cool is significantly worse.
If you are holding up games behind, let them through.
Respect the course and take notice of signs that are there for your safety and to protect the course.
Trolleys and Buggies
We have pull trolleys and electric buggies for hire. Visitors may bring their own ride on buggy but this must be notified to the Club in advance and permission sought from the Professional. Use of a buggy is done so entirely at the owners risk. Buggy drivers must adhere to all signage relating to buggy use. All buggy users must be familiar with the Buggy Safety Policy.