The Privilege Card is our entry-level scheme to get your golf up and running. It’s perfect for beginners, or for those who just like to play a short, not-so-difficult golf course.
The annual fee for the card will give you unrestricted access to play golf with no extra charge on our Academy Par 3 short course for a whole 12 months.
The Academy Course has been designed with the beginner in mind, offering large greens and no bunkers or water hazards! As a Privilege Card holder you get advanced access to book tee times via our online system 2 days in advance of visitor players.
Is that all?
If you wish to progress onto playing our main Millennium golf course then the Privilege Card will entitle you to a 20% discount off the regular visitor rates.
Pre booking on both the Academy and Millennium courses is essential – once you join you will be sent details on how to make your first booking online.
The Privilege Card is just valid for the purchaser and is not transferrable to another person.
The current annual fee for this card is £275 and is non-refundable once purchased.
Privilege Card FAQ's
Can I get a handicap with the Privilege Card?
No unfortunately not.
Can I really play unlimited golf, with no limit on rounds that I play?
Do you offer a monthly payment plan for the Privilege Card?
No we don’t.
Can I just turn up and play?
It is possible but we get very busy so would always advise you to book before.
Is there a dress code?
No, we don’t have stuffy rules like that here.
Can I cancel my card after 1 year?
Yes of course, you are under no obligation to re-join after 1 year, but we’re pretty sure you’ll want to!
Full Golf Membership
So you’re keen to play lots of golf and want to know how to get the best value? Well we’ve thought about this as well and have come up with a few options for you:
This is for the golf junkie in you. Golf to the max – play golf on either of our courses at Horton Golf Park and pay no green fees any day, any time.
Prices are staggered based on your age band:
This is for that lucky mid-week golfer. Giving you unlimited access to play golf Monday-Friday, this is most people’s dream lifestyle. You can still play at the weekend, you’ll just need to pay the required green fee.
There are no age bands associated with the membership, and it is most popular with shift workers and retirees.
Both of the above memberships have two options – either Annual, or Monthly.
They typically do what they say on the tin, the annual is a one-off payment signing you up for 12 months. The monthly is a month-by-month membership where you can just give one-months’ notice if you wish to leave but you’ll end up paying slightly more over the course of 12 months than the annual. Both are subject to a joining fee.
Not sure how much golf you will play? Well fear not, we’ve thought of that as well and have come up with a pay-as-you-go credits scheme
You purchase Flexi “Credits” which are then redeemed against your rounds of golf. These can be used to play either 9 or 18 holes on the Millennium Course, rounds on the Academy Course, as well as buggy hire, guest green fees, or even Adventure Golf.
For the Millennium Course, the number of credits needed to play golf will vary dependant on day of the week, the time of the day and the season.
Yes, to be on this scheme there is an annual fee, payable each year. Currently this fee is £220.
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On initial enrolment to the scheme you must purchase at least 100 credits.
During the year, if you run out of credits you can top up with any level of credit bundle.
On renewal of the scheme after 1 year, and each year thereafter, you are only required to buy a minimum of 50 credits, along with the annual fee.
As long as you renew each year, your credits do not expire. If you decide not to renew then any remaining credits will be expired.
If you wish to upgrade to a Full Membership category then any remaining credits will be assigned their £ value and this value is subtracted from your upgrade amount.
Yes, absolutely. A Flexi member is still a full member of the club, the only difference being you have the choice to “pay as you go” with your rounds of golf. For instance you can utilise the Levy Scheme here which gives you 10% off food & drink in the clubhouse and most goods in the shop.
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