2017 Golf membership is available.
Membership starts from 1st April 2017 and runs until 30th March 2018.
2017 Adult Fees
|2017 Annual Membership||£540|
Please see here for the Adult Application Form.
2017 Junior Fees
|2017 Annual Membership||£320|
Please see here for the Junior Application Form.
Terms and Conditions.
Reception Office opening Hours.
The Reception Office will be open from 07:30 hrs to sunset Monday to Saturday, with Sunday opening hours from 08:30hrs to sunset.
The Reception staff, on their arrival, will open the outside toilets and changing facilities along with the main lobby door.
When the Reception Office is closed, the toilet and changing facilities located outside of the building will be locked. The toilets located in the lobby will remain open, until the restaurant closes.
Golf Course Opening Hours.
Access to the golf course will be permitted after 06:30 hrs during the summer months (April – September) and half an hour AFTER sunrise, during the winter months, this to allow the green keeping staff, time to carry out their duties and get ahead of your play.
All members may request a specific tee time, but there is no guarantee that the time will be available. All members must book their chosen tee time with the Reception Office in the first instance. If playing with a non member, payment in full will be required at the time of booking.
Members may reserve a tee time at the Reception Office up to 7 days in advance. Society or corporate bookings may be booked in advance, but a 50% deposit will be required at the time of booking.
Green Fee Payments
All green fee payments MUST be made before the start of your round. No credit will be given.
Advanced green fee payments may be made by telephone, in such cases your receipt must be collected from Reception, prior to commencing your round.
Members who need to cancel must inform the Reception as soon as practical, failure to do so will result in any future bookings not being taken. If playing with a non member, cancellations made within 24 hrs notice will be given a 100% refunded. Cancellations made on the day will only be refunded if the slot is re-sold.
Society and other Tournaments
Members must accept that Society or other golfing events agreed with the Manager will have priority over bookings required by an individual member.
All Golf Societies are requested to provide an updated list of their players’ memberships, this to include their I.D number, prior to their booking. A 50% deposit will also be required at the time of booking. This is to secure your tee times.
These bookings must be confirmed and paid in FULL 8 days prior to the booked date, clearly stating the number of golfers playing, the tee times required, and any other requirements e.g. buggy hire.
No Show Bookings:
Please inform the Reception as soon as practical.
If a member regularly fails to turn up for the tee time booked, this will result in any future bookings not being accepted.
If a guest does not turn up for the tee-time booked and has not cancelled 24 hours before, they will not be entitled to any refund or credit.
Cancellations may only be made with the Reception Office in person or by telephone.
Golfers must allow ample time to pay green fees, and arrive at the 1st tee AT LEAST 5 minutes prior to their reserved tee time.
Four Ball Slots:
All golf bookings are sold as 4 balls. The management reserves the right to fill each 4 ball slot.
When playing golf, whether it be on the golf course, academy course or practice area, all players must abide by the following dress code;
NO denims or working clothes will be permitted, whether jeans, jackets, shirts or otherwise. Tailored shorts, trousers or skirts are all acceptable.
NO football, beach shorts training or shell suits.
Collared, polo and round necked T shirts will be acceptable and must be worn at all times. No Football shirts or vests will be permitted.
Golfers must wear soft spiked shoes. In the event of a player not having golf shoes, smart trainers will be accepted at the Rangers discretion.
Mobile phones may only be taken on the course in ‘silent’ mode.
At all times the ‘bag tag’ must be clearly displayed.
Green fee members may also be asked to show their membership card. This must be kept with you at all times.
Any persons not complying with the above rules will not be allowed on the course.
All members must play off the designated teeing ground. Teeing off outside of the teeing ground will be regarded as ‘Improper Conduct’. With persistent abusers, this may lead to the suspension of your membership.
Note: The ‘teeing ground’ is the starting place for the hole to be played. It is a rectangular area two club-lengths in depth, the front and the sides of which are defined by the outer limits of the two tee markers. A ball is outside the teeing ground when all of it lies outside the teeing ground’. (R&A Rules of Golf 2012-2015: Page 33)
Slow Play and Maximum Playing Time
There is a maximum playing time for anyone playing the 9 or 18 holes of Golf. The maximum playing time for 9 holes is2 hours, and for18 holesis4 hours. A guide tothe maximum time per hole is printed on the scorecard.
When booked to play 18 holes, any group that have not completed their first nine holes within the permissible playing time, will forfeit their right to continue to the next nine holes i.e. they will only be able to continue at the discretion of the Ranger/Manager and when a slot becomes available with no inconvenience to other golfers.
It is the responsibility of all golfers to ensure that they are aware of their back nine starting time and this should be verified prior to starting. Any group that exceeds the maximum playing time and are unable to continue on the course will not be entitled to a refund.
The Ranger or Manager will be on the golf course during busy periods and will be responsible for monitoring and implementing the above.
If you receive a warning from the Ranger / Manager about your pace of play, you must make up your groups lost time by speeding up play and thus catching up to the group in front on the course.
It is a Golfers duty to keep behind the Group in front and not in front of the Group behind.
Five ways to avoid slow play!
When you get to the green, place your bag where you will pass it on the way to the next tee - don’t leave it in front of the green and walk back to pick it up after you have holed out.
When you are on the tee, make a conscious effort to spot your playing partners’ tee shots as they land - particularly if they are off the fairway. It is often easier for you to spot a ball as a spectator than it is as a player.
After putting out wait until you reach the next tee to mark your scorecard - you can do this while your partners are driving off. Don’t stand around on the green comparing notes.
Watch the clock - check your rate of progress every two or three holes, and particularly at the turn. If you are on course for a slow round, make a conscious effort to speed things up.
Be ready to play when it is your turn. You should be preparing to play your shots while your partners are playing theirs. Playing quicker doesn’t mean rushing your game - it means being prepared.
It is the duty of any member disrupted by slow play to report the incident(s) to the Ranger, Manager or a member of staff in the Reception Office, so that the matter can be monitored and addressed.
All members shall comply with any Local Rules as displayed on the rear of the scorecard and notice boards.
The Management reserves the right to expel any member from the course where it appears that the member’s conduct requires such action to be taken, and to cancel the membership if necessary.
Adverse Weather Policy
When the course is open, but the weather conditions are questionable and a golfer makes the decision to pay and play 9 / 18 holes of golf, if the weather worsens and the player decides not to continue, no refund will be given. Refunds, in the form of a credit note, will only be given if it is deemed necessary to ‘CLOSE’ the course.
Mobile phones may only be taken on the course in ‘Silent Mode’.
All members must acknowledge that he/she plays golf on the course entirely at his/her own risk, and SCGSC shall in no way be held responsible for any damage, injury, or expense caused to him/her or their property whilst on the premises.
Individual players remain responsible for their own negligent actions and SCGSC recommends that adequate insurance is arranged by you to provide financial protection in the event of accident or injury.
SCGSC will endeavor to have the course in the best possible condition based on the prevailing weather conditions.
All members shall play golf in accordance with the Rules of Golf as stated by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
‘Play the ball as it lies, play the course as you find it, and if you cannot do either, do what is fair. But to do what is fair, you need to know the Rules of Golf.’
Members are required to carry their valid Membership Card with them at all times on the course and must be able to present it, if so required to the Ranger or any authorised Employee.
Members must give way to the maintenance staff, who maybe working on the course, at all times.
All complaints must be reported to the Manager, in the first instance, or in writing, within 7 days of any incident or event.
Thunder and Lightening
In the event of Thunder and Lightening being overhead, a ‘Fog Horn’ will be sounded. All golfers must leave the golf course at once.
Please book you tee time at the Reception Kiosk and confirm your arrival at SCGSC prior to making your way to the tee box.
Please ensure you are on the 1st tee box at least 5 mins prior to your reserved tee slot.
Please ensure that you follow the Local Rules and Dress Code.
Please ensure you keep up with the group in front and not in front of the group behind.
If you are playing in a 4 ball group, please let groups of 2 and 3 balls through whenever possible.
Please repair your pitch marks, replace all divots and rake bunkers.
Terms and Conditions:
By applying and being accepted as a Green Fee Member of St Clements Golf and Sports Centre, I agree to abide by the conditions detailed above.
Etiquette of Golf
Etiquette has to do with manners. It is through the courtesy that we show to other people that we show our respect for them and that we show how important we think they are. The golf etiquette (or lack of it!) that you display will say more about you as a golfer than anything you ever do with your clubs. In a golfing context it also means respecting the traditions of the game, the course, practice and other facilities and leaving them in the good condition in which you would like to find them. One of the traditions of the game is the high standard of etiquette between golfers.
EVERYONE CAN BE GOOD AT ETIQUETTE!
Current course information
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The Golf Course is Open and there are no restrictions.
Course Closures 2017.
Saturday 2nd: SCGC vs L’ANCRESSE from at 09:03hrs
Tuesday 5th: ST CLEMENTS LADIES OPEN: Course CLOSED until 18:00hrs.
Monday 18th: JLGU event: COURSE CLOSED 13:00hrs - 16:45hrs:
ovember,the 4th green will be closed to allow for winter works to be under taken. During this period a temporary green will be in use, this located 150 yards from the Tee marker.
When moving from the 4th green to the rear of the 5th tee box, please use the gate located to the right side of the old pump building, do not go over the bridge. Please take care when crossing Le Blinerie lane for any on coming traffic. This green is expected to remain closed untill early 2017. Thank you for your understanding through these works. From Monday 14th November,the 4th green will be closed to allow for winter works to be under taken. During this period a temporary green will be in use, this located 150 yards from the Tee marker.
When moving from the 4th green to the rear of the 5th tee box, please use the gate located to the right side of the old pump building, do not go over the bridge. Please take care when crossing Le Blinerie lane for any on coming traffic. This green is expected to remain closed untill early 2017. Thank you for your understanding through these works. TheTTtt From Monday 14th November,the 4th green will be closed to allow for winter works to be under taken. During this period a temporary green will be in use, this located 150 yards from the Tee marker.
When moving from the 4th green to the rear of the 5th tee box, please use the gate located to the right side of the old pump building, do not go over the bridge. Please take care when crossing Le Blinerie lane for any on coming traffic. This green is expected to remain closed untill early 2017. Thank you for your understanding through these works.
St Clements Golf and Sports Centre exist to provide its members with the best golfing and tennis experience in Jersey.
We will achieve this by constantly developing the quality of the golf course, tennis courts and its related facilities and making it available to members, casual players and the local community such that:
- More players are encouraged to become members
- A sustainable income stream is maintained
- All profits are used to improve and upgrade the facilities for the members
Our staff and member professionals will facilitate and promote a club environment that is welcoming, friendly and inclusive and that provides the social aspects necessary for all members to feel that they truly belong to St Clements Golf and Sports Centre.
We will treat members, employees and visitors fairly and equally.