Our hospitality team is on hand to look after your needs off the course, with a selection of hand pulled ales and a choice of wines to quench your thirst after a round.  Our catering team will prepare everything from light bites to 2 course meal offering superb value for money.

An example of our Visiting Party menu
£13.50 per person

On Arrival
Bacon Roll and Coffee

Main Course:
2 Course Meal Comprising of:

Large Battered Haddock
D Shaped Gammon served with an Egg
Homemade Steak Pie
Homemade Lasagne
Chicken in a Cream Mushroom Sauce
Whitby Wholetail Scampi

A selection of Desserts

If you have any special dietary requests, please contact us direct and we will be very happy to assist.

Menus

Golfers Breakfast

Snack Menu

Paninis & Burgers

Sunday Lunch

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Annual Dinner Dance

February 22nd, 2018|0 Comments

Tickets are now on sale for our Annual Dinner Dance.  Priced at just £24 per person for a lavish 3 course meal and music from fabulous duo 'Stardiz'- an evening not to be missed.

Valentine’s Dinner 2018

February 1st, 2018|0 Comments

Come along and join us for the annual Valentine's Dinner on Saturday 17th February 2018. Live entertainment with the Fabulous Soloist "Joel" and a 2 course meal Only £17 per person. Tickets now on Sale [...]

Gents Annual Prize Presentation

January 16th, 2018|0 Comments

A great night at Bridlington Golf Club for the 2017 Gents Prize Presentation. Fantastic support on the night for the 2017 Captain, Paul Redhead, as he officiated at his final function. Congratulations to all the [...]

Our Visitors Say

“The course is always presented to a high standard, I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of the course. I will be back”

Alex Belt, PGA Tour professional, Pro-Am Competition 2

“An excellent course with many challenging holes, fantastic day of golf”

Neil Hayward, June 2017

“Great course to visit, no improvement needed (unless you can move the course nearer to Manchester), we’ll be back”

Russell Wilson

“Great days golf, course in excellent condition, hard to fault it”

Steve James

“Great course, warm welcome”

Ken Earl