Connecting with our valued members – and those yet to join!
What our new members think!
“My first impression was a positive one… good practice facilities… the Wee Course is great for short game development. Social events have been great fun.”
“Get into Golf” (GIG) was indeed a great gig… we were given the opportunity to play with other members and encouraged to join in both golf and social activities.”
“As Par 3 Associates we could play twelve rounds on the Big Course… In ‘Turn Up & Play’ sessions experienced players explained etiquette (and diplomatically) how to improve our game!”
“Get into Golf is good value for money! David is an excellent coach with lots of enthusiasm… I’ve made lasting friendships.”
“I joined Whitecraigs as a full member… I hold David Orr in high regard… it was easy to integrate as a golfer…socially, Whitecraigs was very welcoming.”
“Whitecraigs has a large Ladies Section, healthy competition numbers, a cross-section of ages from Junior to Senior and a ‘Get into Golf’ scheme to facilitate membership growth… the excellent David Orr… the lovely clubhouse.”
Two of our new members, Fiona Armour and Brenda Conway
Something for Everyone
The Ladies Section provides coaching opportunities for all levels. Have a look at the different
membership categories to see how you can progress at your own pace.
When you feel ready to become a Par 3 Associate for example, there are always lady members on hand to help you take the plunge on the “big course”, either on a one-to-one basis or via weekly Turn Up & Play sessions on a Monday or Friday. These sessions are part of our Golf Development Programme.
The key objective of these non-competition days is to provide opportunities for all members, not only to enjoy their golf, but to find friendship within the club.