Visitor Information & Green Fees

What you need to know.

Visitor Information.

Visitors are always welcome at Hinksey Heights Golf Club where they can enjoy 18 holes of championship golf. It is advisable to book tee times in case of course restrictions on that particular day. However during our less busy periods you can generally turn up and play.

Here you can enjoy our renowned hospitality with some good honest home cooked bar snacks along with a drink or two in the ‘19th Hole’. We would welcome all our guests to make themselves at home and make it their home club for a day.

Please note the following

  • All visitors must report to reception before commencing play
  • Valid handicap certificates are not required
  • Green fee rates for that day will apply (all bank holidays charged at weekend rates)
  • All visitors are required to adhere to our dress code
  • No sharing of golf clubs is allowed on the Championship course
  • No jeans are allowed on the Championship Course and golf shoes must be worn.

Green Fees.

Main Course


November 2017 to March 2018

Monday - Friday Weekend & Bank Holidays
9/18 Holes    
Visitor £10/£18 £13/£22
Guest £9/£16 £10/£18
Junior £5/£10 £6/£12
Twilight (After 12 Noon) £12 £15
Points 7/12 8/16

Hire Charges


November 2017 to March 2018

25 (Approx)
Driving Range Balls £2
9 Holes 18 Holes
Buggy (Members) £12 £15
Buggy (Visitors) £15 £20
Push Trolley £3 £4
Shoes £5 £5
Full Set of Clubs £8 £10

Dress Code.

We are a progressive golf club and are keen to accommodate everyone keen to play the game. It is expected that all golfers adhere to a minimum standard of smart casual dress on our Championship Course.

Conventional golfing wear is expected at all times. Golf shoes are compulsory. Shorts are permissible, but must be tailored. Shirts are to be tucked in at all times and caps to be worn peak to the front. A collared shirt is required at all times.

Smart, casual golfing apparel is required in the clubhouse. Golf shoes are permitted in the clubhouse, but golfers are expected to use the shoe cleaning facilities, outside the changing rooms, upon completion of their round and prior to entering the clubhouse.


Mobile phones

We recognise that a mobile phone is no longer just a means to make telephone calls. Use of mobile phones in the clubhouse is limited. For the comfort of other clubhouse users you should not make or take mobile phone calls while in the clubhouse. Use of the device's data capabilities is permitted.

The use of mobile phones on the course is not permissible, except in emergencies.




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