New Members’ Information
Whether you’re an experienced golfer looking for challenging and competitive golf, a social golfer looking for exercise and good company or a beginner thinking about taking up golf, you will always find a friendly and warm welcome at Royal Cromer Ladies Section. We have:
Please contact any members of the committee if you would like more information or email
As spring approaches and the evenings lengthen, Cromer Rookies are looking forward to an exciting programme of events throughout the year.
Mitch (our assistant Professional) will re-start our free Saturday coaching on the 25th March and continue throughout the year. Commencing on the 4th April and running weekly through till September, we will be holding a junior Roll up from 5 pm. This will give our more seasoned Rookies a chance to play a few holes together and our newer members a chance to get on the course and play a shortened fun game.
There will be a Sunday fun day throughout the Summer, hopefully fortnightly in the afternoon, with the emphasis on starters getting to have some fun on the course.
Starting with the Easter Cup on 10th April, there are regular junior club competitions running through till the Christmas Cup. We will also be competing in the Bass Trophy and KK Smith county competitions.
If you are reading this for the first time and fancy trying Golf – or have children/grand children who might be interested, please feel free to contact me and join in the fun!
Peter Keen Junior Organiser
Royal Cromer Golf Club Veterans section is open to all members aged 55 and over.
£1 life membership fee entitles you to the following:-
PLUS ORGANISED BY THE SECTION
but open to every club member, roll ups
Monday-Wednesday and Friday first tee 8.00am
Social Golf events take place once a month and includes having a meal.
These are very friendly competitions for ladies and gentlemen played in teams of three or four players. New members are very welcome to join.
Each month, a list is put on the Mixed Events Notice Board in the entrance hall for you to enter your name. A draw is made, usually 10 days or so before the event.
A sheet is put on the Notice Board so that you can see your start time and playing partners. Each team will consist of a low, medium and high handicap player.
On the list where you first enter your name there is the food choice for the day. Guests of players are welcome to join for the meal and all players would be expected to stay for the meal and prize giving.
The current cost is £10 including meal and prizes.
This is an excellent way for new members to meet and play with established members.