The 1906 Club
(FREE golf for Outlane Golf Club members)
Mr Tony Boddy of Harwich & Dovercourt Golf Club in Essex instigated the formation of the 1906 Club, the inaugural meeting being held at Horsforth Golf Club on August 12th 2005
CODE OF THE 1906 CLUB
The 1906 Club is made up of golf clubs that celebrate their Centenary in 2006. All Member Clubs agree to offer golfing privileges to fellow Club Members under specified conditions. Members of Outlane Golf Club may apply to play at any 1906 Club that is located more than 50 miles from Outlane. (by mutual agreement with certain golf clubs this condition may be waived).
FREQUENCY OF VISIT
No member would be expected to visit any one club more than once per annum, unless a particular agreement is reached between the clubs.
LIMIT OF MEMBERS ON ANY ONE VISIT
The number of golfers on any one visit is limited to a maximum of eight.
Full Playing Members wishing to visit a 1906 Club should contact the Secretary of the club they wish to visit and check availability for the date and time they would like to play. A number of clubs are unable to accept visitors at weekends - the list of Member Clubs gives an INDICATION regarding weekend availability.
A letter of introduction must be obtained from the Outlane Golf Club Secretary for presentation to the Secretary of the golf club being visited.
As at May 2006 the number of Members Clubs stood at 40.
For a list of Member Clubs and contact details, see the locker room notice boards, the Secretary or
Outlane Golf Club will offer courtesy to fellow 1906 Club members. Members are asked to extend as warm a welcome to these visitors as you would hope for if you visit their courses.
Members requiring further information regarding the 1906 Club please contact the Secretary.