Terms and conditions:
What follows are the terms and conditions for booking tee times and some additional information concerning your golf round at Harwood Golf Club.
Having selected your play date and time, you will make your payment via our secure on-line payment process.
You can cancel your booking by phoning the club or Club Professional (07908727232). If you cancel your booking, more than 1 week before your date of play, there will be no charge made to your credit/debit card. Cancellations 1 week prior to play date you will be a charged at 50% of the green fee, that is a refund of 50% will be credited back to you.
Failure to cancel your booking:
If you fail to cancel your booking, the green fee paid will not be reimbursed.
The Booking is completely transferable. Therefore, should you be unable to make your tee time, you can offer the tee time to someone else such as a family member or friend. Please ensure they bring a printout of the online booking confirmation.
Arrival at Harwood Golf Club:
Please allow sufficient time before your allocated tee time to sign in and pick up your bag tag at the Pro Shop. Should you find the pro shop closed, before beginning your round your next port of call should be the club bar. If you find these both closed, please leave a note with your names on in the letterbox through front door. For safety reasons we like to be aware of who is on the course at all times.
This facility is only available to golfers who have a handicap of 28 or less (men) or 36 or less (ladies). If you do not have a handicap, you must be able to play to an equivalent standard.
If you are unable to play your round of golf due to the COURSE CLOSURE (e.g. lighting, weather) an alternative date will be offered in the first instance and a credit note issued by the Pro. If no alternated date suits then a refund will be made upon request.
The following are not acceptable forms of attire: faded and distressed denims; football or rugby -shorts, tops or boots, collarless shirts, cargo shorts, tee shirts with slogans or artwork.
Trainers are worn at the players own risk because of the potential risk to slip. Trainers or golf shoes with studs or spikes are strongly advised.