Visitor Information

As a visitor to Worksop Golf Club, you can look forward to an excellent round, followed by some of our renowned catering. The traditional golf clubhouse is warm and friendly with everything required for members and visitors to enjoy a golfing break. 

Our club is situated on the outskirts of Worksop on the boundary of the National Trust’s Clumber Park and Sherwood Forest. The course measures 6,628 yards, par 72 for men and 5,928 yards, par 74 for ladies and is an excellent test of golf for any level of golfer. The superb natural sand and gravel subsoils for which Worksop is renowned allow golf to be played for 52 weeks a year on lovely, fast running fairways and tricky greens, in a mature woodland setting.

There are a number of superb holes on this enjoyable but testing layout, most notably the 9th and 10th, two very long par fives that will test your long-iron play and shot making from inside 90 yards. The course then enjoys a good run of holes from the 12th onwards and finishes with the superb 18th – a par three right beside the clubhouse! 

We are very proud to have hosted England Golf’s Amateur Championship in 2022 and the Logan Trophy in 2015. Recently, Worksop Golf Club have been rated by National Club Golfer Best Courses 171st in England (out of 1,888) & 330th in GB & Ireland (out of 2,998). Today’s Golfer has rated us the 164th best course in England.

Green Fees

The table below shows fees for pre-booked visits at quieter times. You may pre-book via the Visitor Tee Booking link or by calling our Pro Shop on 01909 477731 (option 2). And, of course, you may send an email from the contact section.

April 1st – 30th 2023 Price
Weekdays 10:00 – 11:30am (Mon, Wed & Fri) £55.00
Weekdays 1:00 – 3:30pm £50.00
Weekends from 2:00pm £55.00
May 1st – September 30th 2023 Price
Weekdays 10:00 – 11:30am (Mon, Wed & Fri) £65.00
Weekdays 1:00 – 3:30pm £55.00
Weekends from 2:00pm £65.00
March & October 2023 Price
Weekdays 10:00 – 11:30am (Mon, Wed & Fri) £55.00
Weekdays 1:00 – 3:30pm £50.00

Weekends from 2:00pm

November 1st 2023 – March 29th 2024 Price
Weekdays 10:00 – 1:00pm (Mon, Wed & Fri)  
Golf Only £40.00
Coffee & Bacon, 18 Holes (£3.00 extra for Full English Breakfast) £45.00
Coffee & Bacon, 18 Holes & One Course Meal £50.00
Additional Services Price
Trolley Hire

£4.50 (manual) £10.00 (electric)

Buggy Hire (18 Holes) £30.00
Buggy Hire (36 Holes) £50.00
27 Holes of Golf £75.00
36 Holes of Golf £110.00

There are discounts for Group bookings, meal packages and multi-round visits. Please use the Societies section for more details or email

We request that all visitors read our Course Safety Notice and Dress Code Policy before their visit.

Clubhouse Dress Code

Worksop GC – Course Safety Notice (2023)


SafeGolf is a partnership of UK golf bodies committed to promoting a safe and positive environment for all those participating, working and volunteering in the sport of golf.

SafeGolf consists of members from the golfing bodies across Great Britain & Ireland and has been established to help golf respond to the issue of child protection in sport. Its mission is to safeguard the welfare of children, young people, and adults at risk in the sport of golf. This will be achieved through a unique partnership which has the ability to influence and act as an advocate for safeguarding across the golfing landscape, developing a consistent approach towards ensuring that all people have a fun, safe and positive experience when playing golf.

Members of SafeGolf include; England Golf, Wales Golf, Scottish Golf, the Confederation of Golf in Ireland, The Professional Golfers’ Association, Ladies European Tour, The Golf Foundation, Golf Club Managers’ Association, the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association and The R&A.

Please raise any concerns regarding the safeguarding of Adult or Junior Members to our Club Welfare Officer. Contact details are in the downloadable documents below.

SafeGolf Certificate 2024 – WORKSOP GOLF CLUB

Worksop GC Adults-Safeguarding-Policy-Procedures

Worksop GC Children-Young-People-Safeguarding-Policy-Procedures


We welcome societies and corporate groups from Monday to Friday and some Saturday and Sunday after 2:00 pm throughout the year.

No matter what size your group is, it is of paramount importance to us that we meet your expectations and we believe that a one size fits all package is rarely the solution for discerning visitors.

We can guarantee you a great day out. Our flexible packages are tailored to your individual requirements and we offer a wide choice of menu, excellent facilities and 18, 27 or 36 holes of golf on an exceptional course ensuring everyone has a memorable day.

Throughout your visit, our clubhouse and professional shop staff are always on hand to assist you.

Dress code

Members and Visitors are asked to comply with the Club’s Dress Rules in order to maintain standards. Failure to do so will result in access to the course / clubhouse being refused.

On the Course

Players and visitors must wear smart, conventional golf attire at all times.

  • Golf caps (peaks to front)
  • Golf hats
  • Appropriate wind/waterproof golf tops/trousers
  • Golf shoes
  • Polo shirts / turtle / polo neck tops – worn tucked in to trousers / shorts
  • Appropriate full length golf trousers
  • Tailored shorts (with long plain or short white sports/trainer socks)
  • Collared / turtle / polo neck tops
  • Sleeveless collared tops
  • Appropriate golf trousers / culottes /
  • ¾ trousers / shorts / skirts
Not Acceptable
  • Blue denim clothing
  • Bandanas
  • T shirts / Vest Tops
  • Athletic / football style shorts / trousers / tops
  • Rugby shirts
  • Tracksuit tops / trousers
  • Cargo style trousers / shorts
  • Trainers
  • Shoes not specifically designed for golf
  • Clothes displaying large logos or lettering
  • ¾ length shorts
  • Beachwear

Player Conduct and Spirit of the Game

All players are expected to play in the spirit of the game by:

  • Acting with integrity – for example, by following the Rules, applying all penalties, and being honest in all aspects of play.
  • Showing consideration to others – for example, by playing at a prompt pace, looking out for the safety of others, and not distracting the play of another player.
  • Taking good care of the course – for example, by replacing divots, smoothing bunkers, repairing ball-marks, and not causing unnecessary damage to the course.

There is no penalty under the Rules for failing to act in this way, except that the Committee may disqualify a player for acting contrary to the spirit of the game if it finds that the player has committed serious misconduct.

Penalties other than disqualification may be imposed for player misconduct only if those penalties are adopted as part of a Code of Conduct.

Rules of Golf

The Rules of Golf are comprehensive and provide answers to the many issues that arise in a game that is played worldwide on many different types of courses by players of all abilities.


This section outlines our expectation of all players, applying equally to our Members and Visitors alike. It specifically sets out to ensure that everyone leaving the course has enjoyed their game.

Pace of play

Play at a good pace. It is a group’s responsibility to keep up with the group in front. If it loses a clear hole and it is delaying the group behind, it should invite the group behind to play through, irrespective of the number of players in that group. Where a group has not lost a clear hole, but it is apparent that the group behind can play faster, it should invite the faster moving group to play through. Always be ready to play as soon as it is your turn. When playing on or near the putting green, leave your bag or cart in such a position as will enable quick movement off the green and towards the next tee. When the play of a hole has been completed, immediately leave the putting green. If you believe a ball may be lost outside a water hazard or is out of bounds play a provisional ball. When searching for a ball should signal the group behind to play through as soon as it becomes apparent that the ball will not easily be found. Do not wait for five minutes before doing so.

Care for the course

Before leaving a bunker, carefully fill up and smooth over all holes and footprints. Leave the rake handle pointing back at the tee where possible, half in and half out of the bunker. Carefully repair all divot holes and any damage to the putting green made by the impact of a ball. On completion of the hole by all players in the group, damage to the putting green caused by golf shoes should be repaired. Do not take divots when taking practice swings or by hitting the head of a club into the ground, whether in anger or for any other reason. Avoid damaging the putting green when putting down bags or the flagstick. Please do not stand too close to the hole and take care during the handling of the flagstick and the removal of a ball from the hole. The head of a club should never be used to remove a ball from the hole.

Consideration for others

This section outlines our expectation of all players, applying equally to our Members and Visitors alike. It specifically sets out to ensure that everyone leaving the course has enjoyed their game.




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