Here is a list of benefits you will receive once you become a member of the Bridlington Golf Club

1) Fifteen per cent discount on all bar purchases.

2) Full paying 5 or 7 day members can invite 3 guests each year free of charge playing as a 4 ball.

3) Reduced fees at neighbouring golf courses, £10 week days, £15 weekends

4) Public liability insurance cover

5) Regular members E-newsletter

6) Use of 2 snooker tables

7) Buggy Hire – Half price

8) Free use of Clubhouse Function Rooms for Special Occasions (Arranged through House Manager Kayleigh)

9) Membership automatically enrols your partner as a social member.

10) Concessions with local businesses.

11) A variety of social events throughout the year.

 

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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 [...]

**New Member Special offer**

January 15th, 2018|0 Comments

We are delighted to announce that the annual Subscriptions have not increased for 2018. Additionally, we have a great special offer for "New members" of £100 deposited onto your bar card for a limited period! [...]

Captain’s Drive-in 2018

January 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

It was a fun filled afternoon at Bridlington Golf Club for the traditional New Years Day Captain's Drive-in. It was a case of "Cops and Robbers" as the new incoming Captain's helped themselves to loot [...]

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

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Steve James

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