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As a visitor to Worksop Golf Club, you can look forward to an excellent round, followed by some of our excellent catering. The traditional clubhouse is warm and friendly, and it has everything required for members and visitors to enjoy a golfing experience.

A Championship Course

With its rapid drainage and blend of heathland and parkland features, our course rightfully earns its spot among the Top 200 Courses in England. Its firm, narrow fairways lead to impeccably maintained greens, providing an outstanding challenge for both skilled players and those aiming to improve their game, regardless of the season.

Green Fees

Below is a table detailing the green fees for our year-round availability. You may pre-book via the Visitor Tee Booking link or by calling our Professional Shop on 01909 477731 (option 2).

1st May to 25th October 2024Per PersonFourball Rate
Weekdays 10:00 to 11:30am (Mon, Wed & Fri)£80.00
Weekdays 1:00 to 3:30pm£80.00
Weekends from 2:00pm£80.00
4th November 2024 to 28th March 2025 – 10:30 to 11:30am (Mon, Wed & Friday)
Winter 1 – 18 Holes£55.00£200.00
Winter 2 – 18 Holes, including Coffee & Bacon Roll£60.00£220.00
Winter 3 – 18 Holes, including Coffee & Bacon Roll plus One Course Meal£65.00£240.00
31st March to 30th April 2025
Mon, Wed & Friday 10:30-11:30am£65.00
Midweek after 1:00pm£65.00
Weekends after 2:00pm£65.00
  • Additional Services
    County Card£45.00
    Trolley Hire (manual)£4.50
    Trolley Hire (electric)£10.00
    Buggy Hire (18 Holes)£30.00
    Buggy Hire (36 Holes)£50.00
    27 Holes of Golf£110.00
    36 Holes of Golf£145.00

Group Bookings

There are discounts for Group bookings, meal packages and multi-round visits. Please use the Societies section for more details.

Societies section

Visitors Frequently Asked Questions

  • Clubhouse Dress Code

    These dress rules are for the guidance of Members and visitors. They are intended to be open, understandable and consistent with standards of dress considered acceptable at modern-day Golf Clubs.

    The rules are not intended to be entirely prescriptive and are, in some cases, open to interpretation. Still, Members are expected to take personal responsibility for observing standards of dress that reflect well on themselves and the Club.

    Visitors, visiting societies, visiting teams and those participating in open competitions must comply with these dress rules. It is up to Members to ensure that their guests are advised accordingly.
    Golfers should change their clothing and footwear in the locker rooms, preferably not in the car park.

    Clubhouse Dress Code

    Acceptable In the Clubhouse

    • Recognised golf or smart casual wear.
    • Tailored shorts may be worn.
    • Shoes / Trainers / Deck Shoes may be worn without socks
    • Leather sandals
    • Smart jeans
    • T-Shirts with and without a collar, tucked or untucked
    • Golf Shoes are permitted only in the 19th hole.

    Unacceptable In the Clubhouse

    • Waterproof Jackets
    • Waterproof Trousers
    • Caps & Hats
    • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
    • Cargo or tracksuit trousers
    • Plastic or Rubber flip flops/sandals
    • Shorts with coloured socks
    • Non dimpled golf shoes (only in the Dining room and Lee Westwood Lounge)
    • Dress rules may be relaxed in certain circumstances by the Club Captain or, in his absence, aDirector, the Team Captain of the day or the authorised event organiser.
  • Course Safety Notice (2023)
“We were all delighted with the course and especially the friendly welcome received. Please also congratulate your greenkeepers for the presentation of the lovely course.”
John Carlolan