East Berkshire Golf Club

visitor information

Visitors Welcomed

East Berkshire Golf Club warmly welcomes all visitors to the Club and invites them to enjoy the full facilities available including the golf course, practice range, short game area, putting green, locker rooms, bar and dining room.

Individual visitors and small groups can play throughout the year on weekdays and most weekends but tee times must be booked up to one week in advance of your visit. Please report to the Pro Shop on arrival to sign-in, pay your green fee and collect your green fee ticket. Please ensure your ticket is attached to your golf bag and displayed at all times. 

Members may invite guests throughout the year on weekdays and weekends but must accompany their guests. Members’ guests enjoy a reduced green fee. Please click on green fees for current rates. Some restrictions apply on weekends and bank holidays. 

Society and Corporate days are available on Thursdays with prior arrangement with the Club. Please contact the Club office (01344 772041) email:  to book your day and to discuss your requirements.


East Berkshire Golf Club hosts a number of open competitions throughout the year.  Please click here for details.

Dress Code

East Berks’ is a traditional golf club but we understand modern golfing fashions. We believe our dress code strikes the correct balance for our members and guests to feel comfortable and smart. All members and guests are requested to respect the spirit of our dress code and familiarise themselves with it prior to arriving at the Club.

SAfe Guarding Policies

Children and Young People - East Berkshire golf club understands that every adult has a responsibility to protect children and young people from abuse.  It follows therefore that sporting organisations, and this includes golf clubs, have a moral and potentially legal obligation to ensure they provide the highest standards of protection for children and young people within their care. Because of this the ‘Children in Golf Strategy Group’ (CiG) together with England Golf have produced a set of guidelines for County Golf Unions and their affiliated golf clubs. East Berks has developed their policy and procedures for children and young people based CiG's and Eg's Child Protection Awareness program with the title of “Keeping children safe in sport”. Please click here to view East Berks' "Children and Young People Safeguarding Policy and Procedures" 

Adults - East Berkshire Golf Club is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and positive environment for all individuals involved in golf.  Safeguarding duties apply to an adult who has needs for care and support. who is experiencing, or is at risk of, abuse or neglect; and as a result of those care and support needs is unable to protect themselves from either the risk of, or the experience of, abuse or neglect. East Berks' has developed their policy based on the principles contained within the UK legislation and Government Guidance  and the Safeguarding Adults Boards policy and procedures. Please  click here  to view East Berks' "Safeguarding Adults Policy" 

If any Member or Visitor believes that East Berks has contravened either of the above policies then please contact East Berks' Club Welfare Office as follows, or click here for more information :


 Alison Hall

Email Address:

 Telephone Number:

 01344 772041, option 7


The lounge area and bar at East Berkshire Golf Club provides a relaxed environment where members and visitors can enjoy a variety of food and drinks before or after their rounds. The opening times do vary from summer to winter and may be extended for social functions.

The dining room is located at the rear of the clubhouse and offers a separate private area for groups and societies to gather and eat together.


You may complete the form below for any visitor enquiries:


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