I just wanted to thank you for hosting the Wessex v London match a few weeks ago. I was very impressed with the grasses you have on your course, as a former greenkeeper I notice such things! The greens were full of lovely bent grass and the fairway sword and coverage was to die for!! The other thing on the day which really stood out was the quality of the food, a definite step up from the average golf club fare, I enjoyed every mouthful. Thanks again.
Michael Sawicki, General Manager, Parkstone Golf Club
Marlborough Golf Club welcomes visitors all year round. The Club does not operate a tee-time booking system so please contact us or check our diary for tee restrictions.
We are more than just a golf club and have great weddings, functions and conference facilities. Enjoy Sunday lunch with some of the best views in Marlborough or just enjoy a drink and a meal at the bar.
There is plenty of free parking available at the club. When you arrive please book in at the pro-shop just inside the entrance. You will need a code for the men’s changing rooms: ask in the office or the pro-shop. There are practice facilities behind the clubhouse and a net by the car park.
Hello, As a group of Goring and Streatley GC members eight of us played a reciprocal round at your course on Friday. Could I just say that your course was in very nice condition and that we all enjoyed your course and hospitality very much,just to say a very big THANK YOU from all of us. Thank you, Regards,
We ask that visitors wear smart casual in the bar, golf wear is fine except for golf shoes and wet weather gear. We don’t like sleeveless and sloganned T-shirts, caps and golf hats.
Please step outside the bar if using a mobile phone
There are changing rooms, showers and toilets for men and ladies on the ground floor, bring your own towel. There are lockers in the changing rooms.
No golf clubs, equipment or clothing should be left in the foyer or in the upper rooms of the clubhouse.
On the Course
On the golf course we ask for in smart golf clothing: tailored shorts may be worn with sports socks and shirts should have collars unless specifically designed for golf. Shirts should always be tucked in. Golf shoes must be worn on the course at all times.
Jeans are not permitted on the golf course; research has shown jeans add up to five shots to your round – and they are scruffy.
No mobile phones except in an emergency; there really is an off button on mobile phones.
Visitors play at their own risk and should be insured.
Holes 8 to 18 are on common land so beware of people walking their dogs; the safety of the general public is paramount.
Display your visitors’ tag that you receive from the pro-shop.
Allow matches through who are playing the 18th or 9th respectively if all the players in the match have reached the green, after that alternate starts.
Repair your pitch marks, replace your divots, rake the bunkers and avoid slow play; it helps the golfing experience.
Call the game behind through if you are making them wait.