LATEST UPDATE WE CAN OPEN FOR GOLF AGAIN ON MONDAY 29TH MARCH.
WE HAVE ALREADY BEEN CARRYING OUT PREPARATIONS ON THE COURSE AS YOU MAY HAVE SEEN IF YOU HAVE BEEN OUT WALKING IN THE PARK SO BY THE TIME WE GET TO THE 29TH WE SHOULD BE IN A POSITION TO OPEN.
WE BELIEVE THAT UP TO FOURBALLS CAN PLAY WITH PRE-BOOKED TEE TIMES. THE BOOKING SYSTEM WILL BE OPEN AS BEFORE BY PHONING 01252 715216 FROM 1000 HRS ON SUNDAY 28TH MARCH. PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON E-MAILS AS THE OFFICE COMPUTER IS NOT SET UP FOR BOOKINGS.
PLEASE ALSO COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING RULES AS BEFORE:-
FACE MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE WORN IN THE CLUBHOUSE WHEN YOU BOOK IN
STAY 2 METRES APART AT ALL TIMES
ONLY USE YOUR OWN EQUIPMENT AND GOLF BALLS
DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING ON THE COURSE, INCLUDING THE FLAGS
BUNKERS ARE OFFICIALLY “GROUND UNDER REPAIR” BUT MAY BE USED IF DESIRED. RAKES ARE NOT PROVIDED BUT PLEASE MAKE AN EFFORT TO SMOOTH OVER WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN IF YOU USE A BUNKER WITH A CLUB OR YOUR FOOT.
UP TO FOURBALLS MAY PLAY WITH PRE-BOOKED TEE TIMES
WASH OR SANITISE YOUR HANDS REGULARLY
FROM 12th APRIL WE CAN OPEN THE CAFE TO CUSTOMERS ON THE VERANDAH AS OUTDOOR SOCIAL AREAS MAY REOPEN AND FOOD AND DRINK CAN BE SERVED OUTSIDE BASED ON THE RULE OF SIX
This historical parkland was the former hunting land for the medieval Castle that adjoins the course. The present golf course is the third incarnation on this site since the original Golf Club was established in 1896. The current course was designed by the three times open champion Sir Henry Cotton for the use of the local community in 1964 and opened for play in 1966. The deer still visit the Club at different times as can be seen in this picture, whether they are safer these days or not is hard to tell.
An ideal course which is short enough to learn on but challenging enough for the more experienced golfer.
The ninth fairway looking back from the Green.
Farnham Park Golf Club
The course and cafe is OPEN.
Golf Course 0800-1800 daily
Cafe 0900-1800 Weekdays
Our dress code is reasonably relaxed but fully enforced and simply comprises the wearing of of flat shoes, neat trousers or shorts (neat jeans are acceptable, but no trendy holes or rips) and shirts with either a collar or sleeves (Tee shirts and polo shirts are fine). Vests and bare chests are totally unacceptable.
Please note that the shirt ruling also applies to ladies