Wallasey Visitor Guidance
Visitors must be competent golfers and hold a current handicap, presentable on the day of play.
PROFESSIONAL SHOP SERVICES
*Trolleys – Trolleys can be hired through the Professional Shop. £5 per ‘pull’ trolley, £15 per ‘electric’ trolley (please book in advance).
*Caddies – Caddies may be booked in advance through the Professional Shop. £60 per round.
*Club Hire – a limited number of hire sets are available for rental through the Professional Shop. £50 per Set.
Play for Gentlemen is from the Yellow Tees (Course Measurement – 6,279 yards Par 72, Slope Rating 132, Course Rating 71.9)
Play for Ladies is from the Red Tees (Course Measurement – 5,777 yards Par 74, Slope Rating 140, Course Rating 75.0)
Wallasey Golf Club aims to operate a contemporary and forward thinking dress policy, commensurate with a modern day golf club. It is in all our interests to maintain reasonable standards of casual, but smart, dress in keeping with golfing traditions.
The following information is therefore given as guidance to members, guests and visitors of Wallasey Golf Club, both for wear on the course and in the clubhouse. Conventional golf wear is required. In deciding what is acceptable, if clothing is specifically designed for golf or is sold in the professional’s shop, then it is deemed to be acceptable.
The following are not seen as acceptable: denim jeans, cargo style trousers/shorts, beach wear, training shoes, sandals (for gentlemen), flip-flops and round neck T-shirts. Men’s shirts must have collars and sleeves and be worn inside trousers or shorts.
Lady’s golf shirts that have been designed/tailored to wear outside trousers/shorts/skirts etc. may be worn. All other shirts must be tucked in.
Shorts should be tailored, knee length and may be worn with either short white ankle sports socks (including trainer liner socks) or knee length socks. (It should be noted that shorts are not permitted in the Snooker Room).
Clean ‘Soft Spiked’ or ‘Dimpled’ Golf shoes are allowed throughout the Club House, with the exception of the snooker room & committee room. Metal spikes are only allowed in the Players’ entrance and locker rooms. ‘Loafer’ styled shoes may be worn without socks in the Club House.
Clothing that may have endured the rigours of golf on the course, for example wet or muddy garments, must be changed before entering any lounge, bar or dining areas. Coats and other outdoor clothing should be left in the changing rooms. Hats and caps should be removed in the clubhouse.