Why become a member?
We always warmly welcome new Members, whatever their golfing experience. The rates shown below are for a full year. To find out what you would pay if you joined us now please contact our membership secretary via email: email@example.com
Current Membership Fees
|Membership Category||Fee (£)|
|A) Ladies & Men >75 years||685|
|B) Ladies & Men (aged 35-74)||850|
|C) Ladies & Men (aged 21-34)||425|
|D) Students (aged 18-20)||200|
|E) Junior (aged 12-17)||90|
|F) Cadets (aged 8-11)||50|
|G) Family Memberships (2 Adults & up to 2 < 18yrs Juniors||1860|
|H) Family Memberships (1 Adult & up to 2 < 18yrs Juniors||1020|
|I) CASC’ Membership [for those on proven low-income]* no additional discount||499|
|Full members||Full playing rights|
|Persons aged 8 to 11 are eligible as cadets and must be accompanied on the course
by an Adult (only £50 per year). Juniors aged 12 to 17 (£90 per year). Student Juniors are 18 - 21 (£200 per year).
|Persons aged 21 to 35 are eligible and have full playing rights|
|Ladies section||Full playing rights.
Lady members elect their own committee for all affairs concerning lady members.
|Veterans’ section||Male members aged over 55 may join the Veterans’ section.|
|Country members||Any member who moves from the local area either permanently or for one whole year a distance of 100 miles or more. £230|
|Any full member may elected to become an Non playing social member. £50|
|Honorary Members||On the recommendation of the committee any person, whether a member or not, may be elected by resolution passed at the AGM.|
|Associate Members||Must be a current full member of another club with a commensurate yearly fee. Not eligible for boarded competitions.|
One of the great benefits of membership is that Chesham & Ley Hill Members can play for free at certain local clubs listed below. Members can take advantage of our reciprocal arrangements by making sure you phone to organise your game at least 24hrs in advance, also remember to take along proof of membership. All arrangements are for Mon to Fri only and the other club has the right to turn your request down.
Reciprocal Clubs and Contact Details
Chorleywood Golf Club – (01923) 282009
Datchet Golf Club – (01753) 543887
Henlow Golf Club – 07739 759116
(please note if visiting Henlow GC, it is on a RAF base and you may be asked for identification at the gate. Passport, driving license etc)
Thames Ditton and Esher Golf Club – (0208) 398 1551
Tilsworth Golf Centre – (01525) 210721
Whiteleaf Golf Club – (01844) 274058
Second Club membership
Member of another club? Even if it is local and providing fees are at least equivalent to ours – you can have full playing rights including medals and social competitions for just £300 pa.
(Special offers are available to anyone who has not been a member of Chesham & Ley Hill Golf Club during the last 2 years.)
Provision is made at our club for local people on a low income. For more details please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and ask to talk to the secretary.
The course is open from 7.45am until dusk almost every day. There is no booking required and mostly you can just rock up at the course and go straight on. If you don’t have anyone to play with then we have lots of roll-ups throughout the week, to suit all standards of play:-
An 8 o’clock friendly group drawing partners. ‘Roll-up to play’ at 09.00 for tee-off at 09.30; drawing cards for partners and playing groups randomly. All welcome.
Ladies day, the 1st tee is reserved for the ladies between 8:30am and 11:30am. The Ladies Section organises games and competitions most weeks. Tee times are scheduled in the Ladies’ locker room and any lady looking for a game will always be accommodated.
Our strong Vets section play in the mornings, and non – Vets are invited to play with them. Starting at 8.15am, random draw for groups etc.
In the afternoon a friendly group, drawing partners, start about 1pm in the summer or 12noon in the winter. New members are always welcome! This is usually the best attended roll-up of the week.
A group of men play regularly on Thursday late-mornings / early afternoons, and run informal competitions. Anyone is welcome to play with them. They usually start at 12.30pm in the summer and 11.30am in the winter.
Many friendly informal groups go out on Friday’s. Ask around for more details.
Two groups play on Saturday. One starting at 9am the other at 1pm or 12noon in winter, again partners are drawn so it is a good way to meet and play with new people. The 9am roll-up is often popular with the lower-handicappers and younger members. The 1pm roll-up is usually well attended and is popular with those who play Wednesday afternoons too.
There are two roll-ups, 7.45am and 8.30am. There’s often a ‘Captains challenge’ where the Captain and Vice Captain throw down a challenge to another pair but they still compete in the roll-up.