Unbeatable prices for a round of golf

Mount Pleasant Golf Club is pleased to offer a very attractive nine-hole golf course, featuring 18 different tees and stretching across approximately 70 acres. From the white tees, our course measures nearly 6,200 yards, with a par of 70.

What’s Available

Visitors

Visitors PackageWeekdaysWeekends
9 holes of golf£13£16
18 holes of golf£23£28

Bronze Members

Bronze MemberWeekdaysWeekends
9 holes of golf£9£11
18 holes of golf£14.5£18.5

Members Guest

Members GuestWeekdaysWeekends
9 holes of golf£12£14.5
18 holes of golf£21£25

Senior Green Fees

Visitors

Number of Holes
9£10.5
18£20

Bronze Members

Number of Holes
9£7.5
18£11.5

Members Guests

Number of Holes
9£10
18£18

Junior Green Fees

Intermediates (19-29 years) pay the adult green fee unless they possess a valid student card. Gold Members do not pay a green fee as this is included with membership. Please see the table below for current rates.


Non-Members

Number of HolesWeekdaysWeekends
9£10.5£13.5
18£18£23

Bronze Members

Number of HolesWeekdaysWeekends
9£5.5£7.5
18£9.5£12

Buggy Hire


MembersNon MemberTrolley        
9 holes of golf£12£15£3
18 holes of golf£18£20£5

A Note from the Course Director

2019 was a better year for greenkeeping. We had some dry periods in the spring and summer but nothing too out of the ordinary, but in the autumn there was more rain than in the last few years. This water filled the ponds and got the ditches flowing, which was good to see. We will be keeping our program for 2020 the same, as it is working well, but we always have to tweak it through the year, as and when the weather changes. 

We now don’t have chemicals to keep worm casts from forming and we have also lost the only contact fungicide for fusarium disease, which makes management a bit trickier, especially in autumn and winter. The course extension is progressing very well. Unfortunately, due to the wet autumn there is still about 5-10% of the area and 2 greens to be seeded. We will be maintaining the grass all this year with the aim of gradually introducing the cutting heights required for the new holes when they come into play in spring 2021. 

A monthly course report is pinned to the noticeboard which list the jobs completed for the month and a plan for the next month, with the aim of keeping members up to date with the greenkeeping.


Thank you, Gavin Simkins