Course Marshall (Medium)COURSE MARSHALL 

The Club Management has employed Rusty Gover as the Course Marshall, from 3 April 2017. Rusty has experience in Golf Event Management and currently has a handicap of 18. 

His main responsibilities will be to check that all players observe the following codes of practice:

Dress code
Slow play
Course Etiquette

Rusty will also provide the necessary on course assistance to members and visitors, so if you see him on the course, please show your support by welcoming him to KHGC.

5 Day Membership
The Management Committee have released a limited number of 5 day memberships and as such requests that if any current members are interested in transferring to the 5 day membership category as from  1 July 2017, to please advise the office in writing (email: by no later than close of business on Friday 21 April 2017.

Early Bird


Saturday - Sunday: 08:00 - 19:00 (as from Saturday 1 April 2017 the Bar & Kitchen will open at 08:00)






Sunday 16 April 2017 from 13:00

Bookings essential

Please click HERE for more detail.


TOM JONTom Canning as Tom Jones 1 (Medium)ES TRIBUTE NIGHT
Saturday 22 April 2017

A limited number of spaces available.

£18pp, includes entertainment and a one course meal

A night not to be missed, click HERE for more information. 


Two bins have been acquired from the Salvation Army for the recycling of old clothing. The bins have been placed in front of the trolley store. 

All proceeds derived from this project will accrue to the golf club.

Please support.


golf24“READY GOLF” is a commonly used term which indicates that players should play when they are ready to do so, rather than adhering strictly to the “farthest from the hole plays first” stipulation in the Rules of Golf.

“Ready golf” is not appropriate in match play due to the strategy involved between opponents and the need to have a set method for determining which player plays first. However, in stroke play formats, it is only the act of agreeing to play out of turn to give one of the players an advantage that is prohibited. On this basis, it is permissible for administrators to encourage “ready golf” in stroke play, and there is strong evidence to suggest that playing “ready golf” does improve the pace of play. For example, in a survey of Australian golf clubs conducted by Golf Australia, 94% of clubs that had promoted “ready golf” to their members enjoyed some degree of success in improving pace of play, with 25% stating that they had achieved 'satisfying success'. (R&A pace of play manual). 

Ready Golf means BEING READY to play…. not playing when you're ready. Here are some simple reminders.

Ready Golf DOES NOT mean RUSHING. If you prepare in advance, you can take your time AND play Ready Golf.

If every person in a four ball could play each hole just 25 seconds quicker, then we will make up half an hour for each round.




Social Events


Sunday 16 April (Easter)
Club Lunch

Saturday 22 April 
Tribute Night - Tom Jones

Sunday 18 June
Father's Day Lunch

Friday 8 September
Quiz Night

Wednesday 25 October
Quiz Night

Saturday 28 October
Captains In/Out Dinner Dance

Multi Tribute Cabaret

Sunday 5 November
Mixed 4's, Captains Drive In & Lunch

Sunday 3 December
Mixed 4's, Christmas Lunch &

Sunday 10 December
Club Christmas Lunch

Saturday 16 December
Club Christmas Dinner Dance

Sunday 17 December
Club Christmas Lunch 

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