Course Status:
Call 01832 273267 ext 4 after 07:30 for day's course conditions.
Visitors

Rated by Today's Golfer (Sept 2017) in the TOP 50 FUN COURSES in the UK, Oundle Golf Club offers a very friendly welcome to all visitors whether paying a green fee or as part of a Corporate or Society event. The golf course offers a challenge to all golfers, irrespective of playing ability.  It is a course that requires excellent course management to plot your way round.  There are opportunities for long hitters but there are many holes that require careful placement from the tee and accurate iron play to the green.

We offer several Corporate and Society packages that can be viewed by clicking on the link below.  Similarly, our Green Fee rates can also be viewed via the appropriate link.

Mel & Gem Caterers Ltd offer an excellent choice of food and beverages as part of the packages, or for you to relax over in our first-floor lounge with panoramic views of the course.

In all cases we would advise contacting the Club to check availability. (tel 01832 273267 then x2 for Golf Reception or x3 for Catering)

 
Open Competitions

Oundle Golf Club holds a series of Open Events through the Playing Season. These include Opens for Senior Men, Mixed Pairs and Men.

Click on the download links below to view and download the appropriate entry form.

Date Competition Click on Icon to download the Entry Form

Thursday

10th May 2018

Seniors Pairs Open 2018

Pairs Better Ball Stableford (Aged 55 & over)

CLOSING DATE 22nd April 2018

 

 

 Friday

15th June 2018

Ladies Open 2018

4 Ball Texas Scramble

CLOSING DATE 28th May 2018

Sunday

 2nd September 2018

Mixed Open 2018

18 Hole 4BBB Stableford

CLOSING DATE 19th August 2018

Saturday

 8th September 2018

"The Oundle Putter"

Men's Open 2018

18 Hole Better Ball Stableford

CLOSING DATE 26th August 2018

Monday

10th September 2018

Seniors Men's Autumn Charity Open 2018

AM-AM Stableford (Teams of 4)

In support of Lakeland's Hospice, Corby & Cransley Hospice Kettering

CLOSING DATE 17th August 2018



 
Green Fees

SUMMER GREEN FEES

April 2018 – September 2018

WEEKDAYS & WEEKENDS

£

 

VISITORS

£25.00 per Rd

 

3-Ball

£65.00 per Rd

 

4-Ball

£80.00 per Rd

 

Twilight Golf – After 4.00pm

£20.00 per Rd

 

9-HOLES

£15.00 per Rd

   

COUNTY CARD HOLDERS/ SMARTGOLFER

(Must book tee time in advance)

£20.00 per Rd

MEMBERS' GUESTS - Introduced by a member

 £20.00 per Rd 

£12.00 9-Holes

 

THE "OUNDLE BUGGY DEAL" for 2 GOLFERS

(Book in advance to guarantee availability - £10 deposit required)

£60.00 per Rd

 (inc Buggy)

 

"OUNDLE GREEN FEE LOYALTY" DEAL 

Using the OGC loyalty card purchase 7 green fees on separate visits and get the 8th green fee free

(Conditions apply)

£25 per Rd

 

 JUNIORS 

(up to 17 years of age in full time education - Introduced and accompanied by a Member)

£10.00 per Rd 

£6.00 – 9-Holes

   

BUGGY HIRE

Member

£15.00 per Rd

Visitor

£20.00 per Rd

9-Holes

£10.00

 

 All Green Fees include 50p Public Liability Insurance 

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THE "OUNDLE GREEN FEE LOYALTY" DEAL

How it works

  • A Visitor requests a Oundle Loyalty Card for Green Fees

  • The Visitor presents the Loyalty Card at Reception when purchasing a green fee

  • The Loyalty Card is stamped for each green fee purchased on different days

  • When the card is full with 7 green fee stamps the 8th green fee is free.

  • The card can only be used by the named visitor for his personal rounds

  • Restricted to one round per day.

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Society Days
 
Health & Safety Statement

OUNDLE GOLF CLUB

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT

It is the policy of Oundle Golf Club, to ensure as far as is reasonably practical the health, safety and welfare of all the Club members, all employees and all persons likely to be affected by Club operations. As an employer the Club recognises its responsibility to comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 and all other legislation applicable to the organisation, and will achieve this by:

  • Establishing and maintaining suitable Health and Safety management arrangements in the form of this policy, the Club Health and Safety manual and associated procedures and documentation.
  • Establishing Club rules to ensure all members conduct themselves in a safe manner when using Club facilities, identifying health and safety risks while finding ways to manage them
  • Ensuring all employees are competent and adequately trained to carry out their tasks including control of hazardous substances (COSHH), working at height, electrical safety and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Providing and ensuring maintenance of safe equipment and substances in compliance with health and safety legislation and ensuring adequate control measures are in place
  • Providing and maintaining safe working areas, equipment and systems and, where necessary, protective clothing
  • Consulting with all persons on matters affecting health and safety, promoting effective communication and consultation between the Employer and staff directly relating to Health and Safety
  • Regularly monitoring and reviewing the management of Health and Safety at work, making any necessary changes, bringing them to the attention of the staff.

Accordingly, Club employees are expected to:

  • Take reasonable care of their own and other people’s welfare including visitors and contractors
  • Carry out all duties in a safe and timely manner including all housekeeping and maintenance in such a way as to keep the clubhouse, golf course and all other areas safe for those who are using them
  • Keep the workplace tidy and hazard free
  • Ensure safe handling and use of substances provided by the Club for their work activities.
  • Obey all management instructions with regard to health and safety issues
  • Report all health and safety concerns to the Management Council promptly, including any potential risk, hazard or near miss
  • Co-operate in any investigation of any incident or accident which has led to an injury or which could have led to an injury
  • Be familiar with all procedures relating to fire, lightning or other incidents

All Club members are expected to pay their part by:

  • Obeying all Club rules when using the golf course and club facilities and in accordance with any posted signage or written instruction
  • Reporting any situation which may pose a threat to the well-being of any other person- any fault with or damage to or concern about any equipment to the relevant member of the Management Council

All at Oundle Golf Club, including members, must recognise and accept their duty to protect the health and safety of all those using Club facilities, working at the club and those who may be affected by their actions

Name: Veronica Lyon (Chairman)                                         Date: 10th December 2017