Calcot Park – Members' notices
Course & Golf Surgery Q&A
Following the C&G surgery on 22nd October 2015 the attached document lists all the Course-related questions and answers from that session, which I hope you find interesting and thought-provoking. Any actions agreed by C&G will be followed up as stated and furthermore, there will be another surgery held early in the New Year where members can again come along to put anything on their minds C&G related to the team - I will let you know the date of the next surgery as soon as it is agreed with the C&G team.
I’d like to thank all the members who participated in the surgery and, although few in number, they provided some really interesting questions and direct feedback to us and we will continue to review this in general over the next year. I have responded personally on behalf of the C&G team to each of you who participated this time around, and would encourage the wider membership to participate in the next session if you have something C&G related on their mind, or to write directly to me in the meantime.
Please click the following Links to view the Surgery Responses.
Following the recent changes in personnel and their duties the following Organisation Chart shows the various appointments.
A number of members have asked about the impact of the initiative we ran in March encouraging new members to join Calcot Park.
Members Guest Green Fee Offer
The Board is pleased to inform you that books of Five Green Fee Tickets for the Price of Four are now available for you to purchase from the office. We hope that you will be able to make use of worthwhile initiative to entertain your friends and colleagues.
NOVEMBER to MARCH – £60
APRIL to OCTOBER – £100
The Board are pleased to announce that £150 will be credited to any Member's Bar Card who proposes a Full or 5 day Member who subsequently joins.
The Board have determined that the following regulations will apply with immediate effect and will be revised and/or amended annually if necessary.
Dogs are however allowed on the Course but not;
Dress Regulations (NEW)
General Dress Regulations – Golf Course
T-Shirts, sleeveless and collarless shirts, garments designed for other sports and those carrying offensive motifs or sayings, cut-down or frayed shorts are not permitted at any time on the course or in the clubhouse.
Only footwear specifically designed for the playing of golf must be worn whilst on the course. Trainers and other sport shoe types are not acceptable although they can (together with soft spike shoes) be worn in the foyer, changing rooms, casual (TV) bar, the back bar and the Clubhouse surrounds including the patio area.
General Dress Regulations - Clubhouse
Smart clean footwear is required throughout the clubhouse, this to include the covering of toes and heels at all times. Socks if worn with shorts must be predominantly white.
Plain blue denim may be worn in the Clubhouse providing it is clean and does not contain rips or tears. Shirts designed to be worn loose do not need tucked in.
Lounge and Dining Room
Presentations of Trophies
When receiving a Trophy or Presentation immediately after a competition the dress code is relaxed to smart casual, to include attire worn during the competition.
Note: (Applicable to all members, guests and visitors) ‘T-Shirts’, sleeveless and collarless shirts, garments designed for other sports and those carrying offensive motifs or sayings, cut-down or frayed shorts are not permitted in the clubhouse. trainer and/or sport shoe types are permitted in the Clubhouse along with clean soft spike golf shoes in the foyer, changing rooms, 19th Bar, TV Bar and Clubhouse surrounds including patio.
The entire Clubhouse and any areas where food is being served or consumed are designated as No Smoking Areas.