From Monday 1st June 2020, visitors are welcome to come and play at Silecroft Golf Club, if you are planning on visiting at a weekend, please check our events page, or contact the club secretary for availability.

Dress code is smart casual, including the wearing of Denim for sociable non-competitive rounds.

Note, visitors are expected to follow the same guidelines as members when accessing, playing and exiting the course, the guidelines can be found posted at the entrance to the course and on the link below:

Please note that there is no access to the toilets in the clubhouse due to covid-19 restrictions.

Payment must be made by bank transfer before playing, we respectfully ask that this is completed in the car park where social distancing can be observed easily. Payment details are shown below and also posted at the entrance of the course, when payment is made this covers the visitor as being signed in.

18 HOLE GREEN FEESSummer Rates
(1st March – 31st October)
Weekdays, Weekends & Bank Holidays£20
Weekdays, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Playing With a MEMBER
Weekdays, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Anytime Junior (Under 18)£10

Green fees are:

(No discount with a member for 9 holes)
Summer Rates
(1st April – 31st October)
Weekdays, Weekends & Bank Holidays £10
Anytime Junior (Under 18)£5
Green Fees Honesty Payments

In an attempt to reduce the chance of spreading Coronavirus infection we are endeavouring to eliminate as many cross-contamination points as possible. As such, we ask you to pay green fees whenever possible, directly into an on-line bank account set up for this purpose as follows:-
Payee: Silecroft Golf
Bank: Starling Bank
Sort Code: 60-83-71
Account No: 93942082
Reference: Your surname followed by GF9 or GF18 (green fee 9 or 18 holes) e.g. ClarkGF9

As a small club we rely heavily on our green fee income and hope this honesty payment does not inconvenience you too much. Enjoy your game and please follow the on-course protocol.

Thank you for you cooperation and support

Course Opening 13th May 2020 – COVID 19 playing procedures and guidance

All Members please note the following guidance for the return to playing golf at Silecroft from 13th May 2020.

VISITORS are welcome to play from the 1st June 2020. For payment details click HERE


We understand that members will be keen to return to playing golf, to give all members the best and safest opportunity to play we respectfully ask members who are able to play during the week before 4pm to do so, this will give those who are still working the opportunity to access the course easier after 4pm.

The adherence to the guidance will be monitored and changes will be made as and when deemed necessary. Please keep an eye on the website, your emails and our social media sites for updates.

The following must be read before play and will also be posted at the golf course entrance.

From the 1st June 2020 the course is open to Members and Visitors.

  • We can confirm that threeball and fourball play can re-commence from Monday 1 June. Until this date please continue to play alone or with one other person only.
  • Please change into golf shoes etc. in the car park (the changing room is closed – no entry permitted). Entry to the course is past the changing room only.
  • Bring your own hand sanitiser gels, wipes, etc. and use them regularly.
  • Please check for players on the 1st tee box and approaching the 9th green, wait by the changing room until clear. If there is someone waiting at the changing room, then please wait in the car park.
  • Allow at least 10 minutes between tee off times to allow for easier social distancing. Please tee off at the following specified times; on the hour, 10 past, 20 past, ½ past, 20 to or 10 to.
  • Whilst on the greens do not touch the flagstick. Leave the flag in at all times.
  • Be aware of good social distancing (2m) at all times. (Do not congregate in any areas on the course or near the clubhouse.)
  • Do not approach the Greenkeeper, he is at work.
  • Course seating and bins etc must not be used. Please take any litter home with you.
  • Rakes have been removed; bunkers should be smoothed over by foot.
  • On completion of your game please leave the course asap. Exit from the course is to the right-hand side of the green keepers shed.
  • Please adhere to these rules to enable all members to enjoy playing once again and feel safe.

Thank you for your co-operation

Please also read and follow the safety advice given by England Golf for safe play on the course.

2019 Fixture Lists

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Greens Watering Strategy

A much discussed topic at many a golf course, to water or not to water ?

Please click the link below to have a read of the Greens Watering strategy from the professional greenkeeper that we use as a consultant for all aspects of course and greens care.

 Greens Advice from Alan Sharp (Dunnerholme Greenkeeper)