Davenport Golf Club and its members take pride in welcoming visitors to our club.
You are welcome any day of the week at Davenport, subject, of course, to tee time availability. Wednesday and Saturday are the main Club competition days.
We are justifiably proud of our course and facilities, and we hope you’ll enjoy them, and your time with us - both on the course and in the Clubhouse.
For the benefit of all, both members AND guests, we ask everyone to comply with the etiquette and guidelines outlined on this page below. We hope you’ll feel like a member for the day – and that you’ll come and join us again.
Information on tees of the day, temporary local rules, course works or anything else that may affect play will be clearly displayed on the notice boards around the outside of the Clubhouse. Please do check before you tee-off.
The 1st tee is behind the Pro Shop. Check that the fairway is clear before teeing off.
By the green, follow the path on the left around the back of the 1st green to the 2nd tee.
Holes 1-4 are on the clubhouse side. From the 4th green, head down the entrance drive and cross over the road to play holes 5-13 , before heading back over to the Clubhouse side to complete your round with holes 14-18.
Please repair all pitch marks. Any divots on fairways must be replaced. Please use the sand/seed mix in the boxes provided on each tee to repair divots in the teeing area.
If using a buggy, follow the route using the instructions provided keeping to paths where they are available.
Please do not take trolleys between greens and adjacent bunkers or onto teeing areas.
Please try to avoid slow play as this can lead to frustration. Be mindful of those behind you – ideally, call faster players/smaller groups through if possible. 4 hours should be sufficient for a 4-ball to complete their round.
Thank you and we hope you enjoy the course.
DRESS CODE ON THE COURSE
Golfing attire is required for all players. Denim, combat trousers, three quarter length cargo trousers, tracksuits, t-shirts, rugby and football shirts are not permitted on the course at any time.
All items of clothing produced specifically for golf will be seen as acceptable.
DRESS CODE IN THE CLUBHOUSE
Smart casual (including smart denim) is the expected dress code. On some occasions more formal attire may be required.
The following are not permitted at any time: torn denims, hats or caps, tracksuits, rugby shirts, football shirts and beachwear.
Golf shoes must not be worn in the Clubhouse.
Footwear must be worn at all time in the Clubhouse.
Clothing deemed unacceptable will be at the Club’s discretion.
Other than soft spike golf shoes and waterproof clothing, golfers should not get changed in the car park.
Metal spiked golf shoes should not be worn in the car park.
Mobile phones should not be used for calls on the Course except in the case of an emergency.
In the Clubhouse Lounges and Dining Room mobile phones should be kept on silent and calls taken elsewhere, preferably in the foyer or changing rooms.
Members and visitors must be considerate to those around them.
Only food and beverages purchased in the Clubhouse may be consumed in the Clubhouse.
All players must read the Risk Assessment guidelines and follow the instructions therein. Click here to download the Risk Assessment Guidelines.
To book your tee time please book online or call the Pro Shop on 01625 876951 (ext. 2)
We hope you’ll feel like a member for the day – and that you’ll come and join us again.