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Welcome to the Ross on Wye golf club and a course widely recognised as one of the "Jewels of the West"
Our staff are dedicated to ensuring that you have a memorable visit and guarantee that you will take away lasting memories of our fantastic course and club.
We offer unrivalled facilities that include:
The challenging tree lined woodland course, is suitable for players of all abilities through the use of 4 different tee positions.
A fully stocked pro shop.
A driving range / practice ground that includes covered bays and a grassed area (a rare facility these days) chipping greens, putting green and practice bunkers. In fact everything you need to prepare for the perfect round.
After the round relax in the superb club house overlooking the 18th and 9th greens.
We offer a well stocked bar and a wide ranging menu to cater for all tastes, in a relaxing and informal atmosphere. Ross-on-Wye welcomes visiting green fee players and societies. We do ask all players to produce a current handicap certificate and expect that recognised golf attire and etiquette be observed.
Visitors (up to 8 players) are welcome on any day. On certain days (i.e., Tuesdays is our Ladies Day) the course may be unavailable so please contact the Club to check dates. For groups of more than 8, an advance booking is required. Call 01989 720267 for any enquiries.
Open competitions are very popular and quickly become fully subscribed, please contact the club administrator to reserve your place or click here to complete your online registration. The following open competitions are available to non-members and may be submitted on-line, or downloaded and sent to the club:
Society Days are very popular at Ross-on-Wye - thanks in part to the playability of this beautiful course in all conditions - and because of its proximity to the Midlands, the South West and South Wales via the M50.
The Club Professional and his staff together with the Club Staff are waiting to help ensure that your day at the Club is a complete success. They will be happy to advise you on the arrangements to assist with scorecards, nearest the pin, longest drive or straightest drive etc. and prizes for your competitors may be purchased from our Professional's Shop and can easily be exchanged if they are not entirely suitable to the winners.
Ross-on-Wye Golf Club is not a Golf Club for beginners. We do expect that all your players hold an official handicap and can play a reasonable standard of golf. The pace of play at Ross is important to ensure all golfers enjoy their experience.
We follow the adage “its not a race but keep up a good pace”. We recommend that Stableford Competitions be the format for the day. Each player must have his own set of Clubs, proper golf shoes and is expected to know and carry out the normal etiquette of golf.
Society Day bookings are possible any day of the week, fitting around the Club's own competitions and matches. Click here to request we contact you or telephone the office on 01989 720267. Once a suitable day has been agreed for your event, we shall ask you to complete a brief Booking Form; this can be done online or via email. A deposit is also requested and confirmation of numbers are required at least 72 hours before the event for catering purposes and green fee numbers.
Our caterer is able to provide a full range of catering requirements throughout the day from Breakfast through to Evening Dinner. We have a wide range of menus and it is possible for a visiting Society to choose its own menus for lunch and dinner, be they cold buffets, snacks or full three course meal. Coffee & bacon rolls can be available on arrival in the morning and the arrangements are tailored to suit your requirements; a sample menu can be sent by post or emailed to you, please contact the Club Secreatry.
Our aim is to create a welcoming, relaxed, informal atmosphere with a dress code that is in line with current fashion, while at the same time maintaining a suitable standard of dress for our Club.
We are suggesting options or preferences rather than stringent rules.
For the Men:
Recognised golfing attire:
For the Ladies:
Recognised golfing attire:
Members, their guests and visitors are encouraged to change after playing. Clean, dry golfing attire is acceptable (but no headwear please). Footwear is to be worn, sandals may be worn in the summer months, but not rubber flip-flops.
Wet and or muddy clothing, golf shoes and torn, holed or faded jeans are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
When there is a function in the Clubhouse then Smart Casual attire is required:
For Men: clean shirts, which have a collar or a polo shirt, pressed trousers and closed shoes; casual wear does not require a tie or jacket.
For Ladies: female attire to the same standard as the men
Special occasions, marked with an * in the fixture list may require more formal dress i.e. jacket & tie/black tie, and the ladies to be dressed to the same standard.
Societies are reminded that adherence to the dress code is a requirement and anyone who is unable to comply with the dress code will not be permitted access to the course or clubhouse and a refund will not be provided.