Visitor Information

Visitors are always given a warm Northumbrian welcome at Alnmouth Golf Club, Foxton Hall. Tee times may be booked eight days in advance through our online booking system, ringing the Pro Shop or calling in person. We would ask that if you are planning a visit you avoid a Friday morning and Saturday until 3pm as these are the days we reserve for our members competitions.
 
When arriving at the Club visitors must register with the Pro Shop or Bar and obtain their green fee ticket before play. You may be required to produce this if requested by our Course Ranger. Play is from the Yellow tees (Ladies, Red). In addition we have Golf Buggies and trolleys for hire which can also be booked in advance through the Pro Shop.
 
On days of inclement weather we ask that you check in advance to ensure that Buggies are allowed through our course conditions telephone message. Visitors may make full use of the Club's facilities – practice area, putting greens, bars, lounges, dining room, snooker room and changing rooms.
 
Our Kitchen is renowned for producing the finest golf club food in the County. 

 

Green Fees

29th October 2017 - 24th March 2018

 

 

18 Holes

Sunday to Friday

Fourball

£15 adult

£7.50 junior

£52

9 Holes 

£10 adult

FREE junior

Winter Warmer

with Soup & Sandwich

£17

Winter Brunch

with All Day Breakfast

£19
   
Members Guest (18 Holes)

£7.50 adult

£5 junior

Members Guest (9 Holes)

£5 adult

FREE junior

 

 



Buggy and Trolley Hire Charges

Buggy Hire

£24 per round 

£32 per day

Twilight after 3pm

£12 per round

Trolley Hire £3 per round
Electric Trolley Hire £8 per round

 

Coastal Classic Green Fee Ticket

£110 for 3  Fantastic Northumberland Courses

A unique opportunity to play three classic yet totally contrasting seaside golf courses  on the Northumberland coastline with one green fee ticket.

Alnmouth Golf Club - A coastal course with parkland turf which has a reputation for the condition of its greens and presentation. Established in 1869 it is the 4th Oldest Club in England, situated in an designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

Bamburgh Castle Golf Club - Perched on basalt outcrops overlooking the ancient fortress from which it takes its name, Bamburgh Castle Golf Club is often referred to as the most picturesque in England with stunning views around the local countryside. Whilst not long it is a fine test for all that play it.

Goswick Golf Club - James Braid designed, Goswick is a classic links golf course, recognised by the R&A as a qualifying course for the British Open.

How to Book - This is a midweek offer, a supplement will be payable if play is on a weekend. Contact the Club you wish to play last, provide them with your preferred days and tee times and they will do all the work completing the booking for you. You will be required to pay a deposit on booking of £35 per person to the last club you play.

 

Course Review

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Dress Code

On the Course 
Well cut trousers, tailored shorts and skirts are acceptable: blue denim jeans, football or rugby shirts and shorts are not acceptable.
Tailored sports shirts are acceptable: collarless t-shirts are not.
 
In the Clubhouse 
Dress in any of the public areas may be informal but must be smart clean casual wear. Caps are not permitted to be worn in the clubhouse. Spikeless golf shoes are permitted in the Spike Bar areas.
 
In the Dining room the general rules for the public areas apply.
 
The Club Manager and the Bar Manager are authorised to draw these standards to the attention of any member or visitor to the club and to require compliance with them.
 

Handicap Information

Although we do not insist on an official handicap, we do expect visitors to have some golfing ability, maintain a reasonable pace of play, comply with golf etiquette and the Rules of Golf. In the interest of the majority, our Course Rangers will invite anyone he sees not showing an exceptable level of behaviour to leave the course.
 

Mobile Phone Policy

Members, guests and visitors are respectively requested to use their mobile phones discreetly in the clubhouse, placing them in silent mode, taking calls outside the clubhouse and only in an emergency on the golf course.