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Newquay Golf Club

Course Status

Course open Buggies ok Preferred lies Updated: 13th Apr 2024

Sat 13
11ºC
Sun 14
10ºC
Mon 15
10ºC

Policies

One of cornwall's finest links courses

Buggy Policy

Any persons (either members or visitors) using mechanically propelled golf buggies on Newquay Golf Course do so in the deemed knowledge that the Golf Course is undulating, presenting natural and obvious hazards to golf buggy users and upon the strict understanding that:

  1. They have in force a comprehensive policy of insurance with an Insurance Company of repute covering all losses, injuries or damage which may be sustained by themselves or third parties as a result of any accident which may occur whilst their golf buggy is in use.
  2. The driver of the golf buggy ensures that an appropriate route (along fairways and other designated ways only) is taken at all times and particular care and attention is paid at points of obvious danger on the Golf Course.

Anyone who is unable or unwilling to comply with the requirements of this notice must not under any circumstances take a mechanically propelled golf buggy onto the Golf Course.

Other Conditions:

  • No one under the age of 18 years is permitted to drive a buggy
  • Anyone found to be driving without due care and attention or “racing” will be asked to leave the course immediately.
  • All buggies MUST be kept away from the TEES, GREENS and FRINGES of the greens

The Committee and Management reserve the right not to permit the use of buggies on the course at any time if they think conditions are unfit.

Reviewed 1st August 2023

Dress Code Policy

Dress Code

Golf Course, Practice Fairway, Putting Green and Car Park
A standard of Smart Casual Dress must be adhered to at all times.

The following items of clothing are NOT permitted to be worn:

  • Denim jeans
  • Singlets or vests
  • Beachwear
  • T-shirts
  • Collarless shirts
  • Tracksuits
  • Jogging bottoms
  • Camouflage shorts or trousers
  • Cargo style shorts or trousers

Shirts must be tucked in and trousers must not be tucked into socks

Foot wear

Proper footwear that has to be specifically designed for golf must be worn on the course but is not permitted in the Lounge and Bar areas.

Dress Code for the Club Lounge and Dining Room

Clean, tidy and smart appearance at all times.

The following items of clothing are NOT permitted to be worn:

  • Singlets and vests
  • Beach wear
  • T-shirts
  • Collarless shirts
  • Tracksuits
  • Jogging bottoms
  • Camouflage shorts or trousers
  • Cargo shorts or trousers
  • Work wear

NO GOLF SHOES of any type are permitted in the Clubhouse at any time and CAPS/HATS must be removed when entering the Clubhouse.

Formal Shirts must be tucked in but casual shirts (not sports/polo shirts) designed to be worn over the trousers are permitted.

Tailored shorts are permitted in the lounge.

Flip Flops are acceptable in the summer months.

Ladies are required to maintain a suitable standard of dress at all times.

The interpretation of the Dress Code lies with the Management of the Golf Club and their decision of whether a person meets the required standard of dress is final.





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