In 1927 two business men founded Ponteland Golf Club. They bought just enough land to build a 9 hole course which served the local community for 4 years. In 1931 more land was bought and another 9 holes added to create a full 18 hole course. At that time, the Club house was just a wooden hut. In 1937 a permanent Club house was built which today still stands proudly overlooking the final hole and 1st tee.
This stunning 18 hole parklands course sits in the heart of the North East with excellent facilities, affordable membership and arguably the best greens in the area. Measuring 6611 yards from the Members’ tees, offers easy walking as well as a fair and memorable challenge to players of all abilities. This is one of the most rewarding courses to play on whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro. There is something for everyone!
In our downloadable PDF, Members and Visitors can familiarise themselves with the club rules that are in place at Ponteland Golf Club.
The guide covers each section mentioned in the list below, and will be able inform and guide members and guests to ensure they have a safe and enjoyable experience at our club.
– ‘Captain’s Bell’/Weekly Presentation
– Spirit of the Game
– Courtesy on the Course
– Tee Times
– Competition Rules
– Golf Course/Clubhouse
– Junior Members
– Practice Area
– Use of Buggies
– Mobile Phones
– Gents Entrance – Easy Access/Stairlift
– Car Park
– Membership Card
– Office Hours
The Club has traditional values but is also aware that a modern view needs to be taken with regards to dress code. We ask members and visitors to respect our dress code whilst on the Club premises to save embarrassment to all concerned.
The Club has traditional values but is also aware that a modern view needs to be taken with regards to dress code. We ask members and visitors to respect our dress code whilst on the Club premises.
In the interests of maintaining reasonable standards and understanding modern requirements, Ponteland Golf Club would request that Members, Guests and Visitors respect the following Dress Code to save embarrassment for all concerned.
On The Course
A good standard of golfing dress must be adhered to on the Golf Course.
• Recognised Golf Shoes (Soft-spikes preferred) must be worn.
• Trousers and Shorts must be of the tailored variety (NO Denim Jeans, Cargo Pants, Combat Trousers, Sports Shorts, Swimming Shorts or Cut-offs) and Shorts must be worn with knee length socks or sport socks which should be predominantly one colour.
• Recognised Golf Shirts or Shirts with collars (NO Football, Rugby or Shirts with indiscreet slogans or logos) must be worn. Shirts should be worn inside Trousers or Shorts, however recognised Golf Shirts can be worn outside of Trousers or Shorts when they are so designed.
• Golf Caps and Headwear may only be worn with the peak to the front, and must be removed before entering the Clubhouse.
In The Clubhouse
A good standard of Smart Casual dress must be worn in the Clubhouse and Smart Denim is permitted.
• Modern Casual Shoes are permitted including Smart Trainers, Sandals, Loafers .
• Smart Shirts designed to be worn outside Trousers, Shorts or Skirts are permitted.
• All clothing, including Denim, must be clean and not faded, torn or soiled.
The following items are NOT acceptable on the Golf Course or in the Clubhouse
• Tracksuits or Shellsuits
• Running shoes
• Rugby/Football Shirts or Shorts
• Combat and Camouflage Trousers
Mobile phone calls may be made or taken in the car park, locker rooms or pro shop and foyers, but not within the bar, restaurant or on the course( unless an emergency). Silent browsing of texts and e-mails is permitted within the clubhouse.