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Royal Wellington enjoys reciprocation with some 50 local and overseas clubs from 17 different countries. These clubs are amongst the very best in their city or region, offering not only a fine golfing experience but also excellent food and, often, accommodation. Access is designed for Royal Wellington members who are travelling away from their home and not available to members who reside in the city of the reciprocal club.
Please ensure that you consult ‘Etiquette When Visiting a Reciprocal Club’ in the club’s Fixtures and Membership handbook before initiating a request to play at one of our reciprocal clubs.
Please contact the relevant club(s) and make a booking directly with them. When you have the booking advise David.Service@RoyalWellington.com and we will email the club your Letter Of Introduction and copy you in.
Contact: Gary Brown
Address: Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2987 7273
Fax: +852 2987 5900
Contact: Wing Commander(RETD) Nalin Jayethileke (SLAF Retd.)
Address: 223, Model Farm Road, Colombo 08, Sri Lanka.
Phone: +94 1126 95431
Our history dates back to the establishment of the game of golf in Sri Lanka, and over a century of sport and sporting traditions, customs, manners and styles of the British in Ceylon. A fragment of it is to be seen in the founding of the Colombo Golf Club and its life thereafter as the Royal Colombo Golf Club.
In 1879, a handful of intrepid British expatriates decided that it was time to introduce golf to a small British Colony called Ceylon. The British were recognized for their skills in organized sports and it inevitably spread throughout Ceylon. Not only golf but horse racing, polo, cricket, football, hockey and rugby were initially introduced on Galle Face Green. It was there, sharing with cricket and rugby enthusiasts on Galle Face Green, that the Royal Golf Club was inaugurated without a clubhouse or a proper golf course.
After the first year of being inaugurated, nine gentlemen met and decided it was time to elect a committee and create a set of rules to handle the affairs of the club. On the Saturday afternoon of March 13th, 1880, they met at the Colombo Club and held the first Annual General Meeting. Membership was growing fast and Galle Face Green was becoming more and more crowded, what with sharing the ground with other sports enthusiasts and the general public. Edward Aitken took the chair and R. L. M. Brown was the first Honorary Secretary. The first Chairman and Captain was W. Law and the committee consisted of W. Somerville, F. A. Fairlie and R. Webster.
Sir Charles Henry de Soysa, a Ceylonese philanthropist, set up a farm named Alfred Model Farm in pursuit of creating a centre for excellence in agriculture and animal husbandry. The farm never took off and he ended up gifting the land to the colonial government. Around the same time, Sir West Ridgeway arrived in Colombo as the new British Governor of Ceylon. Being a golf enthusiast himself, the golfing community’s requests for a separate ground fell on sympathetic ears. On July 1896 the Alfred Model Farm was officially converted to the Colombo Golf Club.
In 1928, His Majesty King George V, bestowed upon the Club the privilege of using the prefix “Royal”, and consequently the Colombo Golf Club came to be known as the Royal Colombo Golf Club.
Contact: Michael Robb
Address: Kingston Rd, Cheltenham VIC 3192, Australia
Phone: +61 3 8558 2700
Proshop: +61 3 8558 2700
16/06/22 – As Royal Wellington has used up their annual allocation of 48 rounds the Green Fee per Royal Wellington visitor is $500 AUD per round
PURPOSE AND SPIRIT OF THE AGREEMENT
1. To promote friendship through the game of golf
2. To promote the relationship between both our golf clubs
3. To provide added value for all members
RECIPROCAL MEMBERS are granted access to the same facilities at the Host club that are extended to FULL MEMBERS at that Club
RECIPROCAL MEMBERS are entitled to use the golf course facilities at NO CHARGE
Reciprocal privileges are NOT available to Royal Wellington Members living in the Melbourne area
Any special discounts afforded to Full Member of the host club in the area of Food & Beverage or Golf Shop will NOT be extended to RECIPROCAL MEMBERS
A RECIPROCAL MEMBER may introduce ONE (1) guest in accordance with the guidelines of the host club with the payment of the agreed Green Fee
All guests must be accompanied by the RECIPROCAL MEMBER at all times
A letter of introduction is required from Royal Wellington verifying the member’s playing status
Each RECIPROCAL MEMBER may enjoy ONE (1) visitation per calendar year. The maximum number of members who may enjoy this privilege on any one day is FOUR unless approved by the Host Club.
The maximum number of members who may enjoy this privilege is FORTY-EIGHT (48) in any one calendar year.
Wednesday afternoons generally work well and visitors can play their Tournament Course
Contact: Di Fisher
Address: 20 Regal Court, Seven Mile Beach, Hobart, Tasmania, 7170
Phone: +61 3 6248 6161
Proshop: +61 3 6248 6108
The club was founded in 1916 and the Royal Charter was conferred in 1925. Royal Hobart is recognised as Tasmania’s premier members’ Club and particular emphasis is placed on presenting the course in impeccable condition all year round. Original course designer, Vern Morcom, made best use of the natural sand base to construct over 80 fairway and greenside bunkers. These are a special feature of the course that adds an important dimension to how players of all levels approach their game. In 1997 a new course master plan was adopted to guide long term course improvements to ensure Royal Hobart continues to offer a challenging golfing experience for members and visitors alike. Subtle changes have since been introduced, but always conforming to the original design concept. Royal Hobart has hosted a number of major Championship events over the years including the Tasmanian Open, Australian Amateur, Australian Women’s Amateur and the Qantas Australian Open in 1971 which was won by the legendary Jack Nicklaus. Reciprocal members and visitors are most welcome at Royal Hobart.
Contact: Damon Lonnie
Address: PO Box 18, Black Rock, Victoria, 3193
Phone: +61 3 9599-0500
Fax: +61 3 9521 0065
Application will be considered on the availability at the time of the request. Whilst it is not possible to grant every request, all request will be considered on course availability.
A visiting member shall be entitled to play up to 6 occasions per calendar year. Tee times must be made by contacting the Pro-Shop or Director of Golf by the Royal Wellington member wishing to play.
There is no green fee for members but they can bring one interstate or international guest for a green fee of $125 per person
A letter from Royal Wellington must then be sent to the Director of Golf well in advance of the visit indicating the likely date and duration of the visit. On arrival at the Club the visiting reciprocal member must present a valid card or Letter of Introduction which will include their category of membership and handicap.
Reciprocal members may, at the discretion of the Club take part in competitions which are not Honour Board or Special Trophy events.
INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS
A visiting member may introduce a guest subject to obtain prior approval from the Director of Golf. A “Members Guest” green fee will be applicable per rounds. Additional guests will be subject to the approvals of the Director of Golf
All Clubhouse facilities are available to a visiting member.
Contact: Al Hickson
Address: Kent Road, Rose Bay, NSW Australia 2029
Phone: +61 2 8362 7000
A Royal Wellington member may introduce 3 guests to play at the members guest rate – currently $140 (July 2019)
Address: Skye Road, Frankston 3199 VIC
Phone: +61 3 9789 2222
54 Km from Melbourne. Onsite accommodation, practice driving range, short game practice facilities, restaurant/dining, bar. Members pay the host club’s members guest rate. Reciprocal members are advised to ask for the Member’s rate when making their booking.
For bookings or further information please contact Peninsula Kingswood Reception on +61 3 9789 2222 or email email@example.com.
Contact: Peter Stackpole
Address: (Park Road) P.O. Box 2617, Cheltenham, Victoria 3192
Phone: +61 3 9584 1733
Fax: +61 3 9583 7557
During June to August reciprocal guests are not able to play on Thursday afternoons due to the shorter daylight hours.
Green Fee per Royal Wellington Member is $125 and $200 for a guest
Contact: Peter Vlahandreas - General Manager
Address: 567 Warrigal Road, Bentleigh East ,Victoria 3165, Australia
Phone: +61 (0)3 9575 0575
Proshop: + 61 (0)3 9575 0595
Course restoration from Monday 23 September 2019 through to Wednesday 1 January 2020. Due to limited access to 9 holes only during this time we are not able to accommodate any Reciprocal golf bookings during this period.
Contact: Matt Johnson - Director of Golf
Address: 9450 Groat Road NW, Edmonton ,Canada
Phone: +01 - (780) 432-0066
The Royal Mayfair Golf Club is much more than 18 holes of thoughtful landscaping tucked into Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River valley. It is more than a clubhouse, a golf shop, or a place to share a meal with friends. It is a tradition, and one that has been upheld since 1922 by an evolving community of members who share a passion for the game.
Contact: David MacLaren -General Manager
Address: 17 Strand Rd, Portstewart BT55 7PG, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 28 7083 2015
1. The intent of this agreement is to permit club members in good standing to have full playing privileges at Royal Wellington Golf Club and Portstewart Golf Club, subject to the local rules and dress code of the clubs.
2. No green fee shall be applied to visiting Reciprocal Members.
3. Tee times must be made and confirmed through the receiving Club’s Manager/Office/Golf Shop prior to the members visit.
4. A letter of introduction from the visiting Reciprocal Club must be sent in advance to receiving clubs official.
5. Proof of membership and a letter of introduction should be retained by the visiting member/s should identification be required.
6. Reciprocal Members are not required to play with or be accompanied by a receiving club-based member, however it is encouraged should the need arise based on tee time availability.
7. Clubhouse facilities and practice areas will be at the disposal of the Reciprocal Member.
8. A visiting member shall be entitled to play a maximum of two rounds in any one week and the reciprocal club shall limit reciprocity requests per year to a maximum of six rounds per member.
9. A visiting member/s may be joined by up to 3 guests paying the current members (guest) green fee, with the prior agreement of the receiving club’s Manager/Golf Director/Secretary.
10. Visiting Members will be liable for any purchases or hiring required in the clubhouse or on the premises, including the purchase of food and drink.
11. Regulations with respect to dress code, care of the course and tee time restrictions, as updated from time to time, form part of this agreement.
12. Either party may suggest amendment or on 30-day notice cancel this agreement.
Contact: Phil Luxton
Address: The Royal Malta Golf Club Aldo Moro Street Marsa, MRS9064, Malta
Phone: (+356) 2540 1300
Proshop: (+356) 2124 4714
The course provides an ideal setting for playing golf with friends, working on your handicap or just relaxing in the beautifully maintained grounds – a quiet and green oasis in the heart of the island. The club applies a few basic rules related to dress code and course etiquette, which must be observed at all times.
Please get letter of introduction from Royal Wellington office .
Contact: Mark Evans
Address: Golf Links Road, Westward Ho!, Bideford, North Devon EX39 1HD
Phone: +44 1237 473817
Fax: +44 1237 423456
As 2021 is expected to be as busy, with staycations etc. For this year only we are imposing the following restrictions on our reciprocal arrangement. A maximum of 50 rounds for your club for 2021. Each of your members may only visit once under this arrangement.
Contact: Shelley Coventry
Address: The Weston Estate Weston Hall Road, Norwich NR9 5JZ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 1603 429928 or : +44 1603 531447
10 June 2022
1 The intent of this Reciprocal Agreement is to permit club members (“visiting members”) in good standing of each club (“visiting club”) to have full playing privileges at the other club (“host club”) subject to the host club’s local rules, regulations, dress code and policies and on the terms set out in this Agreement.
2 Tee times at the host club are subject to availability and must be arranged through the Captain, General Manager or Director of Golf (or the equivalent) at each club.
3 A letter of introduction from the Captain, General Manager or Director of Golf (or the equivalent) of the visiting club must be sent in advance to the host club.
4 Proof of the visiting member’s membership of the visiting club (membership card and/or letter of introduction) will be requested upon arrival at the host club.
5 Clubhouse and practice facilities at the host club are at the full disposal of the visiting member, unless otherwise specified.
6 A visiting member is not required to play with, or be accompanied by, a member of the host club.
7 No host club green fee shall be payable by a visiting member. However, a visiting member is required to pay for all purchases by cash or acceptable credit card.
8 A visiting member may introduce one guest at the host club’s guest of member rate, with the express permission of the host club’s Captain, General Manager or Director of Golf (or the equivalent). Further guests, if permitted, will be charged the daily visitor green fee rate of the host club.
9 A visiting member shall be entitled to play up to six (6) rounds per calendar year at the host club. Any additional rounds above this limit of six will be charged at the host club’s guest of member rate.
Contact: Robert Brewer
Address: 29 Camp Road, Wimbledon Common, London SW19 4UW
Phone: +44 208 946 2125
Fax: +44 208 944 8652
Reciprocal green fees are now £40 Monday to Thursday and £52 Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays after 12 noon. Royal Wellington members can play 10 times per annum but only twice per visit to the UK. 21 July – They advise that we have extensive course works beginning in August 2022 and will have at least three holes out of play for the remainder of the year.
Contact: Stuart Wilson - General Manager
Address: Golf Course Road, Rosemount, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10 6LG
Phone: +44 (0)1250 872 622
he Blairgowrie Golf Club is one of the UK’s most highly regarded golf clubs, famous for its rich history and Championship golf courses.
The Club features the renowned Rosemount and Lansdowne Championship courses plus our majestic 9-hole course which are all set in heather lined avenues of pine and silver birch.
Founded as a private members’ club in 1889, it is situated in the heart of the magnificent Perthshire countryside. All of our courses consistently feature in Scotland’s Top 100 Golf Courses, so it’s no wonder golf at Blairgowrie Golf Club is enjoyed by so many from near and far.
1. The intent of this agreement is to permit Full club members in good standing to have full playing privileges at Blairgowrie Golf Club & Royal Wellington Golf Club, subject to the local rules and dress code of the clubs.
2. No green fee shall be applied to visiting Reciprocal Members.
3. The visiting member must arrange a letter of introduction, including confirmation of membership status and handicap, to be emailed in advance of their visit.
4. Proof of membership and a letter of introduction should be retained by the visiting member/s should identification be required.
5. Clubhouse facilities and practice areas will be at the disposal of the Reciprocal Member.
6. A visiting reciprocal member will be entitled to 30 consecutive days golf in any one calendar year. These rounds can be played over any available courses.
7. A visiting member/s may be joined by up to 3 guests paying the current members (guest) green fee, with the prior agreement of the host club.
Contact: Richard Diego - President
Address: Las Arañas 1901, Santiago, La Reina, Región Metropolitana, Chile
Phone: +56 2 2757 5700
Proshop: +56 2 2757 5700
The founders of the PWCC defined the mission of our club seeking to become an incomparable meeting place for the whole family, with first-class services and facilities for the practice of sports and recreation, sharing British values and traditions. That is why today we are proud to have achieved excellent levels of satisfaction from our partners and great results in our sports branches. You may be restricted from bring a guest.