Some frequent questions answered....
(Please don't hesitate to contact us with any other questions you may have)
0161 998 4738
How can I pay my Membership Fee ?
Fees are due on April 1st each year. You can pay by cash, cheque, credit card or standing order.
I'm new to the area and don't know anyone at Northenden Golf Club, who will propose me?
We are a very friendly Golf Club and have welcomed many new members in this situation. We can show you around and if required introduce you to an exisitng member who can help guide you and show you around.
Can I visit to look around and view the facilities ?
We always do our best to accomodate potential members so please contact the Office 0161 998 4738
Is there a Joining Fee or Levy ?
No but after the age of 30 new 7 and 6 day members are obliged to buy £100 shares. This sum is included in the published joining fees and is redeemable after being held for a minimum of 3 years. Please see our membership rates for additional special offers.
What are the benefits of being a shareholder?
Northenden Golf Club is a owned by its shareholder members. This provides stability for the club and helps ensure that it will remain as a privately owned members club. Our shareholding members own the assets of the club and provide some of the financial stability which makes a contribution towards the continued development of our clubhouse and fantastic course.
New members over the age of 18 are welcome and encouraged to become shareholders in Northenden Golf Club Limited. Shareholders receive benefits in terms of cash added to their bar card and a number of free rounds of golf for their guests each year. Amounts vary based on the amount of capital invested in shares. The benefits of share ownership currently outperform the return from cash savings accounts. However, as with all investments, the club would expect the member to seek Independent Financial Advice before purchasing shares
There are various ways to take part in our share scheme. Please speak to the office for further details.
I never had or have a current CONGU handicap ?
When you join we will arrange for a member to play with you and submit 3 signed scorecards. When these cards have been processed you will receive your new offical CONGU handicap and be able to play in Club competitons as well as at any Golf Club in the world!
When do you play Competitions ?
Club joint competitions are held on Saturdays with Ladies only competitions played on Thursdays and Men's on Wednesdays. Juniors competitions are usually on a Sunday afternoon.
What happens after I apply for Membership ?
Your application will be processed (you do not need a proposer/seconder if you do not know anybody yet) and you will be invited for interview. When your application has been approved you can start playing as soon as you make your first payment.