Nestled in the foothills of the stunning Amber Valley in Derbyshire, Shirland Golf Club is a picturesque 18 hole parkland golf course with varying tree-lined holes of elevation and difficulty, providing a great test of your all round game.
Social distancing rules must be strictly adhered to at all times. – Click Here for details
The clubhouse and the Pines at Shirland – watch this space for updates on clubhouse development progress and the re-opening of the Pines……..
COURSE INFORMATION STATUS:
Open Competitions (Bookings now being taken – by phone or in person)
Captain’s Charity Open – 19 September 2020 – Single Stableford – £10 per player
Includes Nearest the Pin, Beat the Captain, Halfway House, BBQ and Raffle.
Hole Sponsors are needed for this event:
For £25 you get to publicise your business on a given tee. If you have free-standing signage or a placard on a stake, it can be positioned by the tee. Additional signage, bunting etc can be included, subject to discussion.
You’ll also get one free entry in the competition (normal cost £10). Players must have a recognised Congu handicap.
If you want to offer a prize, we will enter the names of all players achieving the best net score, on your sponsored hole, into a draw.
This opportunity is open to members and their contacts.
Players will be invited to pay a fee on arrival to qualify for the prize draws; one fee to cover all sponsored holes. I’ll update when we see how many sponsors we can find. All proceeds go to the charity of course.
Please show your support and let’s see if we can fill the start sheet, for the good of the charity.
4-Man Texas Scramble – 4 October 2020 – £10 per team member
STATEMENT FROM ENGLAND GOLF: (FRIDAY 29TH MAY)England Golf is today pleased to confirm that threeball and fourball play can re-commence from Monday 1 June
It remains our recommendation for a minimum 10-minute interval between tee times.
Clubs may choose to run competitions provided social distancing and safety regulations can be strictly observed at all times.While COVID-19 remains a live threat in our communities, we would ask everyone involved in the game to act responsibly, show respect and protect the wellbeing of golfers, staff and volunteers.