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These are the terms and conditions for booking tee times using our Internet booking facility.
In general, Rules are designed to help with the smooth and effective running of the Club. Below are the Rules currently in force.
1. MAKING AND ALTERATION OF RULE
1.1. The Board of Directors (the Board) has the powers to make Rules for the proper conduct and management of the Club, and when necessary to amend, abolish or add to all or any of these.
1.2. Visitors may request a change in the Rules of the Club by submitting a request to the Board, this must be supported by arguments supporting the change.
2. ENTRANCE FEES
2.1 Entrance fees, as stated on our website, must be booked and paid in full before play.
2.2 Bookings can be taken online at all times, or during office hours by emailing or calling the park. See our website for booking contact details www.allerthorpegolf.co.uk
2.3 The board reserve the right to change booking fees at any time. Changes to booking fees will be display on our website.
3.1 The Clubhouse shall be open to all visitors. See website for opening hours.
Play season is defined as;
Winter (1st November – 31st March)
Summer (1st April– 31st October)
3.2 During the winter, or periods of poor weather condition, both Club house, bar and catering services may be limited. Details will be posted on the Notice Board and emailed to Visitors on our database.
3.3 Junior Visitors under the age of 16 years are not permitted entry to the “Pheasant Bar & Dining” unless accompanied by and supervised by a person who has attained the age of 21.
3.4 Junior visitors are allowed in the main lounge where they may purchase soft drinks.
4.1 The permitted hours for the sale and supply of alcohol shall be fixed by the Board from time to time within the limits imposed by the club’s operating schedule and the Board shall publish details of these on the general notice board at the club.
4.2 The opening and closing times of the ‘Pheasant Bar & Dining’ shall be determined from time to time by the Board and be similarly published.
4.3 All visitors must vacate the clubhouse no later than the published time for closing.
4.4 Subject to any restrictions, which may from time to time be imposed by the Board, our golf club and Pheasant Bar & Dining are open to the public.
4.5 For the avoidance of doubt no person under the age of 18, whether a visitor to the park, Pheasant Bar & Dining or golf course, shall be entitled to be supplied with, or to consume, alcohol on the premises otherwise as provided for by the Licensing Act 2003 or any statutory modification thereof.
5. DRESS CODE AND GOLF COURSE RULES
5.1 The Board have defined the dress code for both the Pheasant Bar & Dining and on the golf course as follows;
Smart casual dress must be worn at all times.
Shirts must have a collar and sleeves.
Proper golf shoes must be worn. Soft spikes are preferred on the course.
No denim, tracksuits, football/rugby shirts or trainers permitted.
Avoid slow play.
5.2 Visitors and guests are expected to be appropriately dressed on the course and surrounding areas. Allerthorpe Golf & Park Retreat reserves the right to refuse access to anyone not conforming to these rules.
5.3 Visitors must comply with the Dress Code at all times.
6. COURSE AND GROUNDS
6.1 All golf Visitors are allowed to play on the Course.
6.2 Players must not practice from fairways or tees, to any green or in the area around the park.
6.3 With the exception of guide animals trained to assist a disabled and/or elderly person, accompanied by their handlers, visitor’s dogs are not allowed to they accompany golfers playing the course. Elsewhere on park premises, including the Pheasant Bar & Dining, dogs are permitted but must be kept under control.
6.4 Cars are not permitted on the Course except for official purposes and must be driven slowly on the service roads.
6.5 Trolleys and buggies must not be taken:
On to any tee,
Within six feet of a green, or between green side bunkers and greens.
Trolleys are not allowed in the Locker Rooms.
Payment will be taken at the time of booking (GBP). To book a tee time online you will have to enter your credit or debit card details using our secure online payment process. You should print off or make a note of your booking reference as this will be required on your arrival at the Club.