Options for full or five-day golf membership are available, alongside financial benefits for younger players.
With organised roll-ups at both the weekend and during the week, it is easy for new members to meet and play with existing members and make new friends.
The club benefits from having a reciprocal arrangement with Bearsted Golf Club and from being a member of the Kent Golf Union and the James Braid Group, providing our members with the opportunity to play at other courses across the country.
If you are interested in joining us, please Contact Us and someone from our Club Office will give you a call and discuss your membership application with you.
Chislehurst Golf Club has a well-supported, friendly and very active men’s golf section
The men’s section enjoys social and competitive golf for players of all standards, including:
The Club also has an active men’s veteran's section for the over 55s, and sees members playing in the Kent Veterans’ League against five local clubs. Numerous friendlies with clubs throughout Kent provide an opportunity to play other courses free of charge and meet golfers from other clubs.
Chislehurst Golf Club has a strong ladies’ golf section consisting of over 80 members.
We are fortunate to have a members’ club with an excellent golf course and a listed club house steeped in history. However, it is not our club house or golf course that make our club so wonderful, it is our members.
With no requirement to book a tee-time and organised ladies’ roll-ups at both the weekend and during the week, it is easy for our lady members to ‘turn-up and play’, to meet and play with different members or to join in with the many mixed and individual medal and stableford competitions.
The ladies’ section enjoys social and competitive golf for players of all standards, including:
There is a good interaction between the men’s and ladies’ sections, with more mixed matches and fun competitions than ever before. Each year the men’s vets (over 55s) and our ladies compete for the Bryant Bowl, while in October we have the annual men’s vs ladies’ section match where we play for the Temple Trophy. In addition, we have several competitions where the ladies’ section play against the juniors.
With over 40 junior members, Chislehurst Golf Club is providing our juniors with the opportunity to learn to play golf and improve their skills, whilst familiarising themselves with the rules and etiquette of the game.
Our structured programme offers the perfect guide to learning golf and obtaining a handicap while making new friends in a supportive and safe environment.
The Chislehurst Junior Golf Academy is an instruction led course to provide juniors between the age of 11 and 18 with the opportunity to learn the game of golf and play with other junior members before ‘graduating’ to a full playing member.
The Junior Academy includes:
After 3 cards are produced and a handicap received, a Junior Academy member can graduate to Junior Member (HCP 18-54). A Junior member with 18-54 HCP can continue to improve their skills by having restricted access to course (under supervision for boys over 28 HCP, girls over 36 HCP) and be allowed to join Junior competitions.
Like our Junior Academy members, Junior Members are entitled, in their first year of membership, to:
Junior members under the age of 11 may play in singles games with other members who have a handicap during restricted playing times. They will automatically become members of the Junior Academy on reaching the age of 11 if they have not already gained a handicap.
Junior members with low handicaps can graduate to Junior Plus membership by agreement of the Junior Organiser, the Professional and the Membership Director.
Junior Plus members have full use of the golf course and can play in men’s or ladies’ competitions (as appropriate). Note that Juniors playing in competitions must always play with an adult member.
Junior membership also includes many of the benefits enjoyed by the Club’s playing and social members, including:
Note: Age is at the start of our membership year (1st June) and junior members may only bring guests with prior permission of the Professional.
Chislehurst Golf Club takes safeguarding and child protection very seriously and has established comprehensive policies and procedures that set-out the standards we wish to uphold while providing activities for children and safeguarding their welfare while children are in our care.
If you have any concerns or if you would like more information on this matter, please contact the General Manager or our appointed Children’s Welfare Liaison Officer.
Chislehurst Golf Club has a number of members who enjoy Country and Overseas membership.
Country membership is available for those whose main residence is at least 50 miles from the golf club (as the crow flies). Country members are entitled to 24 free rounds per annum (normally taken as 2 free rounds per calendar month). Any subsequent rounds are subject to green fees at the members' guest rate. Country members may also own shares and benefit from shareholder membership fee discounts, as well as enjoy the same benefits as our social members.
Our Overseas membership is for those that spend fewer than 90 days in the UK each year. Overseas members are entitled to play 4 games per year, after which they may continue to play at the members' guest green fee rate. Overseas members are unable to enter Club competitions, but will enjoy the same benefits as our social members.
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