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With a total yardage of 6208 and a standard scratch
score of just 70, Oakridge is tough enough to begin
with, but add the combination of strategically placed
hazards and a course designed to test yourk
nowledge as well as your ability and you will soon
understand why both experienced handicap players
and ardent enthusiasts alike consider Oakridge to be
a true challenge.
Golf societies take full advantage of our facilities
because Oakridge is an oasis of pure tranquility
surrounded by picturesque scenery and of course 18
holes of pure golfing excitement.
You don't have to be a competitive player to enjoy
the Oakridge experience.
Leisure players too can enjoy a relaxing round
while taking in the rural beauty of the course
complete with its resident wildlife.
So, have you got what it takes to conquer the
Well you can pay us a visit and utilise our pay and
Please take advantage of the practice area and
putting green facilities.
PAY AND PLAY
Summer Green Fees
Guest of Member:
Winter Green Fees
Visitors: Midweek with member £12
Midweek without member £17
Weekend with a member £16
Weekend without a member £22
Junior midweek £6
Junior weekend £11
Dress of all members and visitors, both in the
Clubhouse and on the Course, should be of good taste
at all times.
In the Clubhouse - Smart casual wear may be worn at
all times unless otherwise posted.
Golf shoes may only be worn in the changing rooms or
boot rooms but walking about in the remainder of the
Clubhouse in "stocking feet" or "bare feet" is not
*Wearing of caps etc. is not allowed.
On the Course ( Where golf shoes must be worn )
The following dress or styles are not thought to be
Emblazoned or football supporters type shirts.
Track suits or shell suits.
Multi coloured beach type shorts.
Trousers or shorts with multi patch pockets.
Trousers tucked into socks.
*Trousers of "cut off" design.
*Sleeveless and collarless shirts, both round and V
A good guide to "good taste", is the dress worn by
professional golfers, as seen on TV.
*Applicable to men only