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Launceston Golf Club is a friendly members club

If you are considering membership and have not yet visited us we would encourage you to contact a member of the office team who will be pleased to discuss the various categories of membership available, show you around our facilities and arrange for a courtesy round. In the meantime, the various fees and subscriptions are listed below.

Sections

  • Men

    The Men’s section plays competitions every Sunday Morning. As well as this, there is a Captains’ evening every Wednesday from 16:00 through spring/summer and a fun roll-up every Saturday morning from 07:30-09:00 Every Thursday, there is also a roll-up from 11:00. The roll-ups and Captain’s evening are open to all sections of the club and provide a great way to mix and meet new people. Through the Winter the club enters into the various county matchplay competitions at venues across Cornwall. Our Men’s Captain this year is Paul Radley.

    Welcome from the Men’s Captain – CLICK HERE

  • Ladies

    Our Ladies section are an active and fully integrated part of the club and are proud to be members of a club that has committed to the The R&A Women in Golf Charter. This commits us all to call on everyone involved in golf to play their part in developing a culture that values women’s involvement in every aspect of the sport, from participating to pursuing a career.

    The Ladies’ competition day is Thursday when the tee is reserved from 09.10-10.40 and entries are booked on-line using BRS golf. During the winter months, roll-up competitions are played on a Thursday along with the Winter League. Fun formats are also played through the year. As well as this there are lots of opportunities to play in matches throughout the year both at home and away at other clubs.

    Our Ladies hold a monthly medal and these are open to all players who hold a CONGU handicaps. These are usually played on Ladies Day and sometimes at weekends.
    There are a number of Mixed competitions held during the year and these are social events with a meal afterwards.
    The Ladies’ Captain organises the Ladies Cornwall League matches throughout the year, which are played in teams of seven, with a format of singles match play, full handicap difference.

    The Dunheved Ladies Society

    This is a golf society for ladies who have had their 55th birthday. The Dunheved Ladies meet every first and third Monday. Games are played over 15 holes, and entry is booked online via the BRS system.

    Following the Ladies Section

    The Ladies have an active following on their social media channels. Find them on Facebook ‘Ladies of Launceston Golf Club’ and Instagram ‘lgcladiessection’

    Our Ladies Captain this year is Dawn Phillott and Dunheved Ladies Captain is Jo McKinlay.

    Ladies Welcome Pack – Click Here

  • Seniors Section

    Launceston Seniors Section comprise of more than 100 over-55’s enjoying a great programme of matches, competitions and social golf. With our club golf played on Tuesdays with regular Medal, Stableford and Cup Competitions and informal “roll-up” every Thursday and a schedule of over 40 home or away matches with clubs throughout Cornwall and Devon, the section provides a congenial basis for enjoyable seniors golf.

    The matches give an opportunity to play at some of the best courses around for just the price of a post-match meal and our home games provide a chance to welcome visitors to our delightful course. Teams are not picked on a handicap basis but designed to give all our members an equal chance to take part.

    The section also play in major inter-club competitions such as the Fred Rothwell Shield Competition at Perranporth and The Harry Champion at The Point.

    Our major golf event is the Duchy Shield and was held this year on Tuesday 6 June.

    Our Seniors Captain is Mark Wood.

    Seniors Welcome Pack – Click Here

  • Juniors Section

    The juniors form an active section that is a fully integrated part of the Club. Our members range in age and ability and benefit from lots of opportunities to play in competitive and fun competitions and matches as well as meeting up just to play a few holes. The Juniors Practice Day is Sunday when the tee is usually reserved from 13.30 to 13.50pm and entries are booked on-line using BRS golf or through notifying the Junior Organiser or the professional.

    The juniors are part of the Cornwall League which is played in teams of five, with a format of singles match play, full handicap difference. The Junior Captain, Tyler Branch and Junior Organiser, Julie Brown represent the members whose wishes and interests are considered and supported at all times.  The junior section have an active following on social media, find them on twitter: @lgcjuniors80611 and Instagram: @lgcjuniors

Membership Benefits

  • Reciprocal Green Fee Deals

    We have reciprocal arrangements with a number of other golf clubs in Devon and Cornwall and other parts of the South of England which adds to the value of being a member for those of us that like to try different golf courses, further details of which can be found on by clicking on this item.

    Reciprocal Offers

  • Members Discount Cards

    We have negotiated a number of discounts for members from local businesses who we thank for their support.

    Full details of the benefits available can be seen on notices at the Club.

    Discounts are available on production of our discount card which can be obtained from the office.

    We hope to add more businesses to the scheme as the year progresses…

  • St. Austell Brewery Corporate Agreement

    The Club has entered into an agreement with St. Austell Brewery whereby members are able to book a free fourball tee time at some local courses. It is only one fourball that the Brewery have per course per day and subject to no one else having booked. Please see attached the list of clubs which are part of the scheme.

    St. Austell Clubs

  • Benefits of joining a Golf Club
    • Unlimited Access to your Home Course – being a member gives you the opportunity to play when you like and generally as often as you like.
    • Play Competitive Golf – only by being a member of a golf club can you play regular official club competitions. Most clubs offer a weekend and midweek competitions.
    • Choose How Much You Play – you could choose only to play 9 holes or a smaller loop of 5 or 6 holes if the club permits. You generally wouldn’t have this option with pay as you play golf.
    • A Great Clubhouse Environment – your local clubhouse can be a great place for eating, drinking and socialising with your friends, very often with value-for-money prices. We give a bar card to all members giving discounts on food and drink purchased from the bar.
    • A Sense of Belonging – membership of a golf club is a great way to be part of the local community and network with other people from the area; golf clubs often form a vital part of the local town or area.
    • Meet New People – a chance to meet like-minded people, forming life-long friendships.
    • Use of the Practice Facilities & Local Pro – you’ll get to improve your game on a regular basis with free use of the club’s practice facilities and access to lessons from the resident PGA professional.
    • Gain an official CONGU handicap – only by being a member of an England Golf affiliated golf club can you attain an official CONGU handicap, giving you the opportunity to play competitions at your home course and others.
    • Get your handicap down! – playing competitions regularly at your home club or in other Open competitions gives you the chance to get your handicap down to your targeted level – what most golfers are striving for throughout their life!
    • Play in Matches against other clubs – being part of a club, you will have opportunity of representing your club in matches against other clubs, in your local area of further afield, whether you are a senior or junior, man or woman.
    • Invite Your Friends – most clubs offer preferential ‘Members’ Guest Rate’ green fees giving you the chance to invite your friends to play your course. By making this reciprocal among your golfing friends, you can play many great courses at a fraction of the normal price.
    • Reciprocal green fee arrangements – we offer reciprocal green fee arrangements with many other clubs in the area as featured above and in the November 2016 issue of Golf Monthly magazine.
    • Member’s discount card – as advertised previously we have negotiated a members discount with a number of local businesses.

Ready to join?

Anyone wishing to apply for membership to Launceston Golf Club should complete our application form. We accept payment by card and cheque, bank transfer or by monthly standing order.

Membership Application Form

Membership Enquiries

If you have any questions about membership or would like to start learning the game of golf, please call us on 01566 775359 or complete the form below.

  • 2024 to 2025 Membership Fees
    12 Month Membership Rates – CLICK HERE for juLY pro’rata prices

    Joining Fee – currently waived for all categories

    0% Interest on Monthly Payments for Membership (Excluding Junior, Social & Flexible Categories)

    CategoryAnnual Fee
    Full Adult£835.00
    Joint£1650.00
    Intermediate (resident in Devon or Cornwall but more than 15 miles from the Club)£768.00
    Joint Intermediate (couple residing in Devon or Cornwall but more than 15 miles from the Club)£1486.00
    Country (resident outside Devon or Cornwall)£546.00
    Over 75£735.00
    Affiliated (Full Member of another affiliated Golf Club)£536.00
    Aged 30 & under£525.00
    Aged 40 & under£710.00
    LGC Flexible Membership (12 Months/100 Points)£400.00
    2024 Introductory 1st Year (Must not have been a previous member to be eligible)£600.00
    Colt 19-22£262.00
    Student (Full Time Students with Student I.D)£50.00
    Junior 14 & Under£20.00
    Junior 15-18£30.00
    Social£40.00
    Social Joint£70.00

    Plus County, National Union fees and insurance where applicable.

    Male CGU Fee = £12.00, Female CLCGA Fee = £11.50.

    EGU Fee = £10.50

    GolfGuard Insurance Adults = £4.75 & Juniors £2.00

  • Introductory Membership Offer

    We are offering a special rate introductory membership for one year only for completely new members to the Club this will give membership until the end of March 2025, when normal rates will apply.

    This is at the rate of £600.00 plus affiliation fees and insurance. For more details contact us.

Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC)

  • Launceston Golf Club is registered under the CASC scheme.

    Launceston Golf Club is registered under the CASC scheme.

    The Club is open to all of the community including those on modest or low incomes. Any member or prospective member whose financial circumstances do not allow them to pay an annual membership subscription and associated costs of more than £520.00 is invited to apply to the Secretary and demonstrate that any sum above this figure is not affordable to them. An application will then be considered by the Management Committee and if accepted an alternative fee structure will be offered to the applicant.

    Please contact the Secretary in writing.