Welcome to the ladies section

The ladies section is very active and we are always looking for new members to join us.

We have a very active weekly schedule and have a good yearly fixture list.

The ladies section enjoy social events home and away and we would be very pleased for you to join us

Special Offer for Members

NEW loyalty scheme just launched

We are offering all members 'Loyalty' cards that can be used at the bar for drinks.
Please see the bar staff for your card.

Each time you purchase a drink of your choice for yourself, your card will be stamped and after 10 drinks, you will receive that choice of drink for free

It would be lovely to see more members use the Club and I hope this is a great incentive to see more of you.

Management - Carholme Golf Club



After the proposal last year for golfers to measure relief by 20 inches or 80 inches, the standard one or two club lengths will remain. Golfers can take relief using the longest club in their bag barring the putter.


There will be no longer be a penalty for double hitting a shot. Golfers will simply count the single stroke they took to strike the ball, rather than counting two shots for hitting the ball twice.

There will be no penalty for accidentally moving your ball on the putting green or when looking for it. A player is not responsible for causing a ball to move unless it is “Virtually certain” that they did. 

The flag stick no longer has to be attended or removed when putting and there will be no penalty if a golfer hits an unattended flag stick in the hole. 

Golfers will be allowed to repair spike marks as well as other as well as other damage on the putting green. There is no penalty for merely touching the line of utt.


Golfers can now touch the ground with their club in a hazard and can move loose impediments in a hazard without penalty.


As well as that, golfers can move loose impediments in bunkers and will not be penalised for generally grounding their club away from the ball. 

You can still cannot ground your club when playing a bunker shot. An unplayable lie may be taken in a bunker, with a drop out of two strokes.


Player integrity will be relied on to the point where a player’s “reasonable judgement” will be trusted. 

The 5 minute golf ball search time has been scrapped. From 1st Jan 2019, golfers will be allowed only 3 minutes to search for a strayed ball. 


Carholme GC will be encouraging ready golf in all competitions from 1st January 2019 and recommend that players take no longer than 40 seconds over a shot


Also Carholme GC WILL NOT be introducing a local rule, that allows players to drop a new ball in the vicinity of where their ball has gone out of bounds, with a 2 stroke penalty. You may apply this rule in friendly games if you wish.


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