St Bees Golf Club’s Latest Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Following on from the Prime Minister’s statement last night (23 March) and subsequent direction from England Golf, St Bees Golf Course is now closed until further notice.
Collection of subscriptions at the club house has been cancelled. Instead please make payment either by bank transfer or by cheque to Clive Hayes, at the addresses below.:
7, Craig Drive,
Cumbria CA28 6JX
Telephone: 01946 66003
It would be of great assistance if you could also supply a mobile phone number and e-mail address, if you have one, to enable us to update the club membership records, and assist with future communications, and reduce postal costs.
Please note: Our Bank Account for Standing Orders, or Electronic Bank transfer payments, is:
Bank: Cumberland Building Society
Sort Code: 16-52-21
Account Name: SBGC Course & Machinery A/C
Account Number: 54247129
We must make every effort to collect all subscriptions as promptly as possible in order that when restrictions are lifted we have a thriving golf course to return to.
St Bees Golf Club Committee – 24/03/2020 – 11:00
We understand that this is an unprecedented and rapidly developing situation and as such we will continue to monitor events as they progress and pass on the relevant information to our members and visitors.
St Bees Golf Club Committee – 24/03/2020 – 16:00
Founded in 1929 the 9 Hole Links Course is a magnificent test of Golf. Set on the western shores of the Lake District, offering stunning views of St Bees Head, the Isle of Man and the Lakeland Fells the Golf Course proves a popular attraction for the local residents and visitors.
The course is extremely resilient and St Bees members can be seen golfing on days when other golfers aren’t able to play because their courses are closed due to adverse conditions. Invariably members play off the fairways and not mats through the winter and there are no winter greens in use.
Membership offers excellent value for money given that golfers can play all year round. Short game practice facilities offer golfers the opportunity to hone wedge play chipping, pitching and putting.
Whether you are a Member of the Club, a Visitor or a Student of the School we hope you find the website helpful and informative, in particular we would like to draw your attention to our Health and Safety policy which contains a hole by hole risk assessment for players using the course.
If you have any queries/questions please do not hesitate to Contact us.