Chislehurst Golf Club

Visitor Information

Chislehurst Golf Club welcomes visitors and guests.  

Our magnificent clubhouse affords sumptuous surroundings for lunch, afternoon tea or just for a drink on the terrace or in one of our lounges.

Guests are welcome at all times when accompanied by a member or by prior arrangement with the Club Office.  Individual golfers and societies wishing to play our course may do so by prior arrangement. All visitors and guests of members must sign in with the Pro Shop prior to playing. 

We organise a number of events throughout the year that are open to the public, so please keep an eye out for further details.

Chislehurst Golf Club also makes an excellent venue for your special celebration or event.


The jewel in Chislehurst Golf Club’s crown is its magnificent clubhouse, Camden Place, which was built around 1717 and was, for a while during the 1870s, the home of Napoleon III, the Empress Eugenie and their son the Prince Imperial.  It is a peaceful and comfortable place for a friendly drink or lunchtime snack, with the Jubilee Terrace being particularly popular on a warm summer’s evening.


Chislehurst Golf Club, founded in 1894, has an 18 hole course situated within 70 acres of beautiful parkland in the heart of Chislehurst, only 11 miles south east of Central London.  The course is a truly demanding test of accuracy rather than length, and will challenge golfers of all abilities, consistent with the design influences of the great Harry S Colt.

Opening Times

The Club Office is staffed between 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday to Sunday.

The Faber Bar is open 7 days a week (except Christmas Day & Boxing Day) from 7.45am until 10:00pm in the summer and 8:00pm in the winter months.

Members have access to the clubhouse and locker rooms from 7am until the bars close each evening.

If you are planning to visit us (particularly during the winter months), it is always worth calling the Members' Bar on 020 8467 3055 to confirm bar and catering times.


The Club has automatic gates at the entrance to our car park, along with CCTV cameras and street lighting with the aim of improving the security of our members, the house and grounds.  

Instructions for using the gates are as follows:

DRIVERS:  The gates are set to open automatically for entry, but you will require a code to exit.

The width of the gates does not allow two vehicles to pass, so please be careful to respect others and give way as appropriate.

On ENTRY, stop short of the gates, just on the new tarmac, and wait for them to open fully away from you before entering


On EXIT, stop your vehicle next to the keypad and enter the Exit Code provided by the Office, followed by ENTER. 

The gates will then open towards you.

PEDESTRIANS:  The side gate remains unlocked and is available for use by pedestrians.  The gate is heavily sprung, so take care.  

Note that the intercom links with the Club Office and will be answered during office hours.

Dress Code & Etiquette

Unless required by a formal event, smart casual attire is permitted at all time throughout the golf club.  Men are requested to wear a jacket when dining in the dining room.

Golf shoes may only be worn in locker rooms and the Faber (spike) Bar.  We request that you change from any wet or soiled golf clothing. 

We ask for a considerate and pragmatic interpretation of smart casual (which can include smart denim), based on the weather conditions and your reason for visiting the clubhouse.  

The following are not permitted in the clubhouse at any time:  

  • hats or caps
  • rugby and football shirts
  • cargo shorts or trousers
  • beachwear.  

On the course, we request that the recognised formal golfing attire is worn in the proper manner. 

In keeping with R & A traditions the following are not permitted:

  • collarless or sleeveless T-shirts (with the exception of recognised golfing attire)
  • shirts cut above waist level
  • beach, drawstring or elasticated shorts
  • denim
  • tracksuits
  • rugby shirts or similar clothing. 
  • headgear worn incorrectly i.e. peaks not facing forward.
  • shoes not designed specifically for the purpose of golf.

For Men, we ask that shirts be tucked in and shorts are tailored and knee-length and are worn with knee length socks pulled up or with short ‘predominantly’ white socks.

For Ladies, we ask that shorts or skirts be tailored and worn with ankle socks.

The discrete use of mobile phones is permitted in and around the clubhouse, however we ask that you keep their use to a minimum.

Please also note that Dogs are only permitted on the terrace, on a lead and under the supervision of their owner.
They are not to be brought into the Clubhouse and are not permitted on the course.

Contact Us

For general enquiries, please compete an Enquiry Form or call the Club Office on: 020 8467 2782

Our of office hours, you can contact the Bar on: 020 8467 3055

To book a tee time, contact the Pro Shop on: 020 8467 6798 or by email at

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