Members

Dunnerholme Members

Welcome all Dunnerholme members! Here you can book tee times and find out about membership details. Click here for our privacy policy.

See the list of items below. Check the latest news for the club or your section, and please get in touch if there are any questions!

email:  info@dunnerholme.co.uk

On this page:

    Membership Sections Explained

    The Men’s Section

    The Dunnerholme Men’s section – for ages 21 and above. This friendly group welcomes all men golfers whatever their ability and enjoys regular competitions and reserved tee times (all found in the calendar) – plus many social events and group away days to golf (and more!).

    Contact us to find out more about joining – and don’t forget the news section with all the latest from the men’s section.

    The Ladies’ Section

    A warm welcome form the Dunnerholme Ladies section! There is a handy page with all the Ladies Section info here.

    This friendly group welcomes Lady golfers whatever their ability and enjoys regular competitions (all found in the calendar) – plus there are many social events and group away days to golf (and more!).

    Contact us to find out more about joining – and don’t forget the news section with all the latest from the ladies section – and follow us on twitter and facebook!

    The Junior Section

    There is a handy page with all the info for juniors here.

    Dunnerholme prides itself on providing the opportunities and coaching for Junior golfers.  Children can join the club for free from ages 7-11 and 11-17 year olds can apply for Junior membership at much reduced rates. Juniors meet weekly during the season for sessions run by a PGA coach — and there are competitions and events all year round!

    Juniors always have to be accompanied by an adult member.  Please get in touch to find out more about a child or junior joining the club.

    You can find all the latest junior news in the Junior category in the news section.

    The Senior Section

    Members over the age of 65 (and with 5+ years of membership) become senior members and can enjoy the senior events as well as a membership discount. Golfers over 80 and with 20+ years of membership receive an additional discount.

    There are many activities to enjoy and Tuesday is usually reserved for senior play.

    Other membership options and sections at the club.

    There are other ways to enjoy the activities at the club with options to be a social member (no golf!) or a country member (if you are over 50 miles away and can’t golf as often). See the fees section below and please get in touch to find out more.

    Member Section pages

    Fees for 2021 (and beyond)

    The Dunnerholme Golf Club — Membership Details for 2021 (and beyond). Currently there is no joining fee.  The Full Member’s Subscription for 2021 includes Golf Insurance and County CardInsurance details are available from the Office – please contact us for more details.


    Adults

    Age 21-29:  £370

    Age  30-35:  £400

    Age  36-65:  £460

    Age  65-80:   £390 (After five years membership)

    Age Over 80:  £70 (With 20 years membership)

    Membership Subscriptions subject to specific membership conditions

    Country Members £250 (qualifying residence – outside fifty mile radius)

    Young Adult – 18-20:  £110

    Social Member: £45

    Family Membership

    Spouse + children aged 8 – 16 – £110 (Spouse non-competing)

    Junior Membership

    Children of Members aged 7 – 11:  FREE

    Age 11-17:  £20

    Other items

    Hire of Lockers: £25

    Hire of Trolley Store: £20

    NB. Qualifying Ages are taken from 1st January. All adult subscriptions are subject to a further charge of £20.00 for 2021 Bar Vouchers.
    To enquire about membership please contact us – or use the application form below.

    Reserved Tee Times (for Members)

    These times will not be available in the online booking process.

    Monday 

    5.00pm – 7.00pm  JUNIORS have priority

    Tuesday 

    9.00am – 1.00pm  SENIORS

    Wednesday

     4.00pm  –  6.00pm  SCRATCH

    From 1.00pm – LADIES have priority on the tee

    Saturday

    Competition Day – Course closed until 5.00pm.

    Sunday

    10.00am – 11.30am LADIES Competition Day

    Please check online booking BRS reservations and Course Notice Board for additional fixtures or alterations to regular fixtures.

    Application Form
    for 2021

    Click below to View The Application Form For Printing (Or ‘Right Click and Save As’ to download the Application Form). Fill in the form and send it to the club - or contact us if you want more information.

    Dress Code

    The club seeks to promote a friendly, relaxed atmosphere in which members, guests and visitors can enjoy the course and clubhouse facilities. A reasonable standard of dress is required at all times.

    On the Course and Practice Facilities 

     Smart Golf Wear is expected at all times

    • Tailored shirts specifically designed for golf  — collared, collarless, roll necks are acceptable and may be worn tucked in or outside, if specifically designed.
    • Tailored trousers or tailored shorts — No track suits, no football/rugby shorts, no blue denim jeans.
    • Golf shoes — only shoes specifically designed for golf.
    • Socks — long, ankle or trainer socks.

    In the Clubhouse

    Smart, casual attire is expected at all times

    • No caps or hats
    • No golf shoes
    • Wet or soiled clothing

    Those not complying with the dress code may be requested to leave the course.

    Local Rules (2021 and beyond)

    LOCAL RULES (as shown on latest card of the course).

    1. Out of Bounds (Rule 18.2)

    i. A ball is out of bounds when it is beyond any white stakes or lines defining the boundary of the course.

    ii. The course boundary fence beside the railway.

    iii. The Clubhouse Complex, including the Putting Green.

    iv. 1st/11th – Perimeter fence/hedge on the left and on or over the road on the right.

    NB. 5th – White stakes beyond the green relate to 7th and DO NOT define OOB on the 5th.

    v. 6th – Cottages, buildings and gardens to the right and wooden shed complex to the left, white stakes to left and behind green

    vi. 7th – Cottages, buildings and gardens to the right as defined by white stakes.

    vii. 10th/18th – Area defined by white stakes to the right, workshops complex as defined by stone wall and building.

    2. Abnormal Course Conditions (Including Immovable Obstructions)(Rule 16.1)

    i. Any artificially surfaced pathways, roads, marker discs, telegraph poles and drain covers are immovable obstructions.

    ii. At the player’s option, dung from sheep may be treated as:

    • A loose impediment that may be removed under Rule 15.1, or

    • Ground under repair from which relief is allowed under Rule 16.1.

    If the dung is found on the putting green, the player may remove the dung from the line of play. If doing so improves the line of play or other conditions affecting the stroke, there is no penalty under Rule 8.1a.

    iii. Boulders to the right of 1st/11th fairway free drop.

    3. Penalty Areas (Rule 17)

    When a player’s ball is in a penalty area, including when it is known or virtually certain to be in the penalty area even though not found, the player may take relief using one of the options under Rule 17.1b.

    4. Ball Deflected by Power Line

    If it is known or virtually certain that a player’s ball hit a power line or a wire or pole supporting a power line during the play of holes 5/15 and 8/16 the stroke does not count. The player must play a ball without penalty from where the previous stroke was made (see Rule 14.6 for what to do).

    5. Integral Parts of the Course

    Walls, Bridges, Boulders, Steps and Built up tees are integral parts of the course. The ball must be played as it lies or declared unplayable.

    6. Bridge Approaches

    Paths of bridge approach are a free drop. But over water is play as it lies or penalty drop.

    Membership Offer

    View our 2020 (and extended) membership offer. Save £100 on a membership! Open for new members who have not been a Dunnerholme member for 2 years.

    Dunnerholme Club Policies

    Please see our club policies, competition terms and the club’s Articles of Association on the Policies page.

    WHS: Rules of Handicapping

    Information about the World Handicap System – and to answer your questions.

    If you can’t make it to presentations at the clubhouse, this is a very informative Members’ Presentation below that you can watch in your own time. It takes you through the main aspects of the WHS with a voice-over commentary and a few short videos.

    Rules of Handicapping (Members Presentation)

    Keep track of events in the Dunnerholme Calendar.

    You can view the calendar page for the full calendar.

    You can also view a calendar for just your section in a webpage OR you can use the iCal format link to subscribe to the calendar on a phone, in Outlook or in iCal

    (On many smartphones, such as the iPhone, clicking on the ‘ical version’ link should ask if you want to subscribe to that calendar.)

    View Mens Calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version

    View Ladies Calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version

    View Dons Calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version

    View Other Events calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version

    View Junior Events calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version

    View Opens calendar online OR Subscribe to ical version