Information relating to the current Coronavirus outbreak.
Posted Wednesday 1st April - 11:00am
Not much to report, the course, clubhouse and clubhouse remain closed. We have however moved the Seniors' Open to Thursday 24th September, by which time we hope that the club will be back to normal operation.
Posted Tuesday 24th March - 11:00am
Following the Prime-Minister's announcement on Monday 23rd March, the course, Pro-shop and clubhouse will be closd until further notice. Club members will receive a mailing from the Board of Directors very shortly.
Posted Monday 23rd March - 13:30
Ladies Spring Open Bowmaker - 13th May. It will come as no surprise I am sure that we are cancelling our Open Bowmaker on May 13th due to the current emergency situation. Full refunds will be given to the lead player named on the application.
I trust that you keep safe and well and that we will see you another time. We do have spaces in our Autumn Open Bowmaker on Wednesday 9th September and we hope to see you at this event. We will continue to follow guidance and update you in due course and hope that the situation will have significantly improved by then. Please continue to look at our website for updates.
We do look forward to seeing you again at Enmore Park Golf Club.
Posted Monday 23rd March - 09:00
The club office will be at minimum staffing levels and we recommend that people don't leave phone messages as they may not be picked up.
To get in touch with the club please email Steve Olive: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07786 066141.
Posted Saturday 21st March - 21:00
The clubhouse is closed until further notice but the golf course, Pro-shop and changing rooms remain open. The changing rooms are open only to provide a toilet facility, not for changing clothes or showering. Please wash your hands on the way in, and on the way out. Golfers should arrived dressed for their game and should change into their shoes in the car park.
Posted Thursday 19th March - 14:00
All Open Competitions are postponed. We will aim to reschedule later in the year and hope that entrants will be able to make the new dates.
Posted Wednesday 18th March - 20:20
Another golfing note is that ball scoops have been removed from the course. Just another sensible precaution. As things stand, none of our regular competitions have been cancelled, and in keeping with many golf clubs our aim is to keep the course open. We foresee no difficulty in doing so unless instructed otherwise by government.
The clubhouse remains open. We're aiming for our normal service at the bar, but the likelihood for catering is a slightly reduced menu and occasional reductions in opening hours.
Members and visitors are encouraged to come to the club, get out in the fresh air, and make use of the clubhouse facilities whilst observing sensible precautions as outlined below, including "social distancing".
Posted Wednesday 18th March - 10:40
Sunday Carveries are suspended for the time being.
Posted Tuesday 17th March - 15:30
A few golf societies have been in touch to ask about deposit refunds if they are unable or unwilling to attend on the day of their booking. Our preference is that societies come along as planned if the course is open and we will work with them regarding catering arrangements. Rescheduling for later in the year is another option, and in the event of cancellations we will issue refunds.
Posted Tuesday 17th March - Midday
- All social events until the end of June are cancelled or postponed
- Open Day is postponed
- Mother's Day lunch is cancelled
- The Captain's Drive-In is postponed
- The course will remain open unless we are told through official channels that it needs to close. See below.
- The clubhouse will provide a limited service, dictated by staffing levels and other factors
- Golfers must wash their hands before and after play
- Most doors will be wedged open, please leave valuables in your car
- Golfers should change their shoes in the car park
- When in the clubhouse please observe "social distancing"
- Many seniors matches are being cancelled
- Information relating to other matches and competitions will be forthcoming
Precautions and advice for those on the golf course
:Golfers should stay at least two metres apart at all times. Do not touch flagpoles or any other course furniture including ball washers and avoid handshakes before and after your game. Rakes are being removed so please repair disturbed sand in bunkers with your sand wedge. The risk of spreading Coronavirus out in the fresh air, if these precautions are taken, is very low.