Visitors to Chiltern Forest Golf Club are always assured a warm welcome
Visitors are very welcome at Chiltern Forest Golf Club, seven days a week (after 11:30am at weekends). We invite you to visit our golf club and welcome the opportunity to share our golf course as well as our outstanding golf club facilities with you.
Why not take some time and look through our website to see what Chiltern Forest Golf Club can offer you.
Whether you are visiting with a golf society, with a smaller group or as an individual guest then Chiltern Forest Golf Club wants to ensure your experience is one to remember
Useful Information for Arrival
- – The clubhouse and the Pro Shop opens at 7:30am
- – All golfers should report to the Pro Shop on arrival
- – The staff will inform you of course conditions, provide details of entry to the clubhouse and changing rooms and see to all your golfing needs for the day
- – We have a dress code for the golf course and the clubhouse. Please take time to look at this and ensure you comply before starting your round
- – Local Rules are given on the back of the scorecard and you are advised to check the noticeboard in the entrance hall for the full list and seasonal variations
- – We run variable start times from the 1st and 10th tees. Check with the Pro Shop before play to know which tee you need to start from
- – Please make sure you arrive at the first tee 5 minutes before your tee time
What to wear
Golfers should wear attire appropriate to the sport and clothing should not be scruffy or torn. The dress code in the clubhouses is smart/casual.
Publicity/tickets/invitations will specify dress requirements for particular events.
We have a relaxed approach which recognises the ever changing trends in fashion for both men and women and in particular for our younger guests.
County Card Scheme
Did you know that the BB&O (Berks, Bucks, and Oxon) County Card Scheme allows members of over 375 affiliated Golf Clubs in the South of England to play at Chiltern Forest Golf Club for just £20 Monday to Friday and £25 after 1pm at weekends, instead of the usual £45.00.
Membership is only £15 per year – Click here to find out about membership
The BB&O scheme mirrors those which have been adopted in most County Unions and which provides benefits to Club Members, Clubs and the County Union. Within the South-East, there is an existing ‘consortium’ of County Unions which enables County Card Members to play at any of the host courses within any of those County Unions. BB&O is now firmly established in that ‘consortium’ which comprises Bedfordshire, Dorset, Essex, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex and Wiltshire.