One of the great benefits of being a Chilwell Manor member is that the club was founded in 1906!
Why is this significant?
Well, over 60 golf clubs were founded in that particular year and around 40 of them went on to establish the 1906 Club. This is an an association of those Clubs founded in 1906 who have agreed to offer courtesy of their courses to members of other 1906 Clubs. Chilwell Manor was a Founder Member of the 1906 club.
Courtesy golf at all of these clubs .... isn't there a catch?
Not really - but the agreement is that golfers can't play any club within a 50 mile radius of their own club. In our case Stanton-on-the-Wolds is not available to Chilwell members, nor Longcliffe, (and vice versa) though they can be played by paying a green fee of course!
All other courses in the table below offer courtesy golf, so the opportunity exists to have a day out, visit a club whilst on holiday or plan a trip with friends. There are some stunningly attractive and picturesque courses available to members, as you will see by clicking on the website links. It is possible, of course, that clubs may decide to make a nominal charge or have restrictions on availability depending on their own circumstances.
- Unlike the agreement of 'Reciprocal Golf' with Lingdale GC and Ormonde Fields GC (where the Club Pro can be contacted) on this occasion it is important to initially make contact via the Club Secretary.
- Any arrangement will be subject to the traditions and internal commitments of a Club, e.g. competitions, matches and the like. Please approach the club and complete any documentation they may require in good time.
- A maximum of eight golfers may take part in this arrangement at any one time as a group.
Current 1906 Member Clubs