Societies - Organisers Information
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Societies will be accepted Monday to Friday inclusive subject to availability and club commitments. The minimum number of players is 12 and the maximum 60, a lesser or greater group to be agreed with the Secretary. Winter Specials available on selected days between November and February - contact the Secretary for availability and details.
Please telephone the office no later than 48 hrs prior to your booking with final numbers
The Society Organiser is requested to report to the Secretary's Office on arrival. If the Secretary is unavailable please report to the Pro Shop. Any outstanding payments for the day must be made prior to the start of play unless by prior arrangement with Secretary. Players must be changed and ready well before their appointed start.
Please note that payment can be by either cash, cheque, debit or credit cards. Payment by credit card will incur a 2.5% handling fee.
All tee times must be agreed with the Secretary in advance. No delay to reserved tee times is permitted due to frost or poor weather, unless the course is closed for play.
Play is restricted to 2 or 3 ball stableford or match play formats only. Medal play or Texas scramble is not permitted unless with the express prior permission of the Secretary and then dependant on the day and time of play. Any change to the format must be agreed in advance with the Secretary.
Starting times for your player's should be arranged as follows:
· 2 ball - 5 minute intervals
· 3 ball - 7 minute intervals
· 4 ball - 8 minute intervals
We suggest that you put your low handicap players out first amongst your society.
Please ensure that your group is aware of the Par 3 'call up' holes and abide by this local rule. There are signs to this effect on the course.
Whilst we welcome all golfers, Alresford is a course for golfers who do have some proficiency in the game and organisers are advised that beginners/novices can cause a problem. We would therefore recommend that all golfers will have acquired a basic proficiency in the game and be aware of and demonstrate expected levels of etiquette and behaviour on the course.
Use of Trolleys
Wide-wheeled trolleys are permitted at most times but may be restricted during periods of frost or prolonged wet weather. Players must therefore be prepared to carry should this be the case. The Course Information telephone line will give updated information on any trolley and buggy restrictions.
Trolleys and electrical trolleys may be hired from the golf shop.
Privately owned buggies are only allowed if permission has been obtained from the Secretary in advance. Please check with us prior to your day as we do restrict the numbers on the course. No trolley is allowed to cross the white lines in front of the greens!
Our Club Professional, Malcolm Scott, and his team can give assistance during the day, including tuition, and would be pleased to supply prizes for your competitions from his well stocked shop. For further information please ring 01962 733998.
Closest the pin and longest drive markers are available from the Pro Shop on request.
ALL PLAYERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THE CLUBHOUSE CHANGING FACILITIES AND NOT THE CAR PARK.
APPROPRIATE DRESS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES
On the course
Hats and visors should be appropriate to golf and worn the correct way round. Shirts should be appropriate to golf and may be worn outside of trousers if so designed. T-Shirts, beachwear , rugby or football shirts are NOT acceptable. Blue denim jeans and untailored or combat style trousers are NOT acceptable. Ladies may wear crop trousers.
In the clubhouse
Clean, tidy and smart casual clothing should be worn at all times in the bar and dining room. Wet and muddy clothing is NOT acceptable in the bar and dining Room at anytime and, unless otherwise specified, a change from playing attire is expected in the Dining Room after 7pm. Head gear is not acceptable. Tailored shorts may be worn in the bar but NOT the Dining room after 7pm. Smart dress jeans are permitted, but NOT work , ripped or distressed style jeans. Sports trainers (tennis or running style), plimsolls, flips flops and golf shoes(except on the patio) are NOT acceptable.
Mobile phone calls (send or receive) are not permitted in the clubhouse or on the course. Phones may be used in silent mode in the clubhouse for checking diary entries, etc.
Organisers please inform your members of the dress code and restriction on the use of mobile phones as a refusal often offends.
Food & Beverage
The recently refurbished clubhouse is ideal for either pre or post game refreshments. Formal dinning can be incorporated into the golf society package or if preferred a wide range of interesting bar snacks are available. We would ask Society Organisers to inform us in advance if their group intends to eat but is not pre-booked. Breakfasts are available but must be pre-booked.
The bar is a mixed bar with a good selection of reasonably priced beers, guest ales, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
Full English Breakfast, inc tea/coffee & orange juice (available when pre-booked)
Bacon or Sausage Sandwich (available when pre-booked)
Fresh Filter Coffee on arrival
Ham & Cheese Ploughmans
Soup of the day & Sandwiches
Ham, Egg & Chips served with Bread & Butter
2 Courses & Coffee
3 Courses & Coffee
Homemade Soup of the Day
Chef's Pate with French Bread
Avocado & Bacon Salad
Garlic Mushrooms over Salad
Home-made Steak & Kidney Pie
Home-made Chicken, Bacon & Leek Pie
Breast of Chicken in a mushroom sauce
Roasted Loin of Pork with apple sauce and a sage, onion & apricot stuffing
Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding
All served with a selection of fresh seasonal vegetables
Bread & Butter Pudding
Fresh Fruit Crumble & Custard
Apple & Almond Dessert Cake
Strawberry Ice-cream Cake
Fresh Filter Coffee & Mints
Please make one selection from each section for your group.