Visiting Colchester Golf Club

Visitors and societies are welcome to play our James Braid course subject to the availability of suitable tee times. It is essential to telephone the Professional or Secretary in advance to enquire. This applies to all visitors including those from clubs with whom we share reciprocity.

The Club operates a first-come/first-off starting system except when the starting tees have been formally block-booked for competition or other group. Evidence of playing ability is required e.g. a handicap certificate.

Winter Special

Valid from 1st November 2012 to 31st March 2013 (inclusive).

18 holes, coffee and bacon roll on arrival and a one course “Chef’s Special” after your round – £30.00 per person.

Minimum 4 players, email Richard Gallant or call 01206 853396.

Available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.

Winter Special poster

Regular adult visitor green fees (playing without accompanying member) are as follows:-

Weekdays: Monday to Friday Round £40.00
Weekdays: Day Ticket £50.00
Weekends: Round contact the professional for availability. £45.00
Weekends: Day Ticket n/a
Reduced rates are available for:

  1. Juniors (£15.00 any day)
  2. Concession visitors (£21.00, only weekdays)
  3. Members’ guests
  4. Packages including meals.

Please contact the Club Secretary to find out more and/or to book in advance.  A good catering service is available in the clubhouse for visitors and members.  Range balls are available to day guests at £2.00 per basket of 40 balls, unlimited tokens are available for a one off charge of £50.00.  Normally playing off grass tees.  Subject to availability golfers may also hire clubs, shoes, trolleys and golf carts from the professional’s shop.  The PGA qualified professionals teach all-comers and all-standards.

Dress Code (abbreviated)Members and visitors are expected to be smartly dressed appropriate to the occasion.  As a guide, casual clothing is fine but the following are unsuitable unless worn by under 12s – tracksuits, sports shorts, collarless T shirts, jeans and trainers.  For men wearing tailored shorts, socks can be any colour (if long) or white only (if short).  Golf shoes may be worn throughout the clubhouse except the main lounge and dining room.