East Berkshire warmly welcomes all visitors to the Club and invites them to enjoy the full facilities available including the golf course, practice range & putting green, locker rooms, bar and dining room.
Individual visitors can play throughout the year on weekdays and most weekends but we advise calling the Club office to ascertain availability of tee times due to existing fixtures. We request that individual visitors report to the professional’s shop on arrival to pay green fees and ensure that a green fee ticket is obtained and attached to their golf bag.
Members’ guests can play throughout the year on weekdays and weekends but must be accompanied by the member. Members’ guests enjoy a reduced green fee. Click on green fees for current rates and special offers.
Society and Corporate days are available on Thursday's and Friday's with prior arrangement with the Club. Please contact Julieanne Thorp @ the Club office (01344 772041) email: firstname.lastname@example.org
to book your day and to discuss your requirements.
East Berkshire Golf Club host a number of open competitions throughout the year including The East Berkshire Stag, Junior Stag, Ladies Open to name a few. Please click on opens for details.
If you are an established golfer moving to us from another club, transferring your handicap is a fairly simple process. All handicaps are now registered with England Golf's CDH (Central Database of Handicaps). As such you will have a unique reference code that allows a new club to transfer your handicap from old club to new. Please make sure you give this to the Club Office to complete this process.
If you are new to the game of golf and as yet have not obtained a playing handicap, you will need to complete three rounds of golf in general play with another member, and submit the signed and marked cards to the office/General Manager to make an assessment of your first handicap.
All members and guests are requested to respect the spirit of this dress code
The Clubhouse at East Berkshire Golf Club provides a relaxed environment where members and visitors can enjoy a variety of food and drink. Located at the front of the Clubhouse is the lounge area and bar. Members and visitors may enjoy the use of the lounge from early morning until the bar closes at night. The opening times do vary from summer to winter and may be extended for social functions.
Located at the rear of the clubhouse is the dining room, used for evening meals and Sunday lunches. The dining room can be reserved for member’s private functions by prior arrangement with the Club Office.