Chislehurst Golf Club
The course is open with play to main greens. Trolleys and buggies are permitted. (updated 17 April at 06:46)

Chislehurst Golf Club welcomes enquires from all applicants seeking golfing or social membership with Full membership availabl;e from £1397 per annum and social membership from £250 per annum. Discounted rates are available upon enquiry for under 40s.

Chislehurst is a traditional members' club with excellent facilities. Golfing membership embraces both Full and Five Day categories and we currently have limited availability in both. Please contact the Office for further information and for details of how to join the Club.


Temporary Membership may be offered to those moving into the area, who are unable to find sponsors for their membership applications, to enable them to play and get to know other members.


Member Benefits


Both the Men's and Ladies' sections have full golfing calendars for social and competitive golf. There are plenty of mixed competitions which are well supported. The men have a "turn up and play" roll-up four ball system on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday mornings specifically to enable members to vary their golfing partnerships and meet other members. We have no need for, and consequently do not operate, any system of reserved tee-off times for social golf.


There is a Bridge Club and there are many social functions organised by an ever-changing Entertainments Committee. These range from Summer and New Year's Eve Balls to themed nights and parties which are not organised as fund-raisers but to provide entertainment. Consequently they are well supported by a wide section of the membership. At most events members are encouraged to bring guests and there is also a monthly Club Night, just to encourage members to get together informally.


Chislehurst Golf Club is 'one club', with both our men and our ladies enjoying full playing rights.


The Club is now a member of the Association of James Braid Courses.

The benefits of subscribing to the Association include members being able to play at all other clubs within the Association for a reduced green fee, subject to tee time availability, thereby hopefully increasing the awareness of Braid's work and of course the man himself.

There is no cost to the Club subscribe to the Association. Full details can be found on the James Braid Association page within the Members' Area.