Golf Course Update: The Golf Course, Academy Course & Driving Range are Open. Buggies and Trolleys allowed.

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Please see below important updates and information for Members of Bowood Golf.

Important Information

Bowood PGA Golf Course
Tee time bookings are available to book online from 7am daily.

Half Way House
The Half Way House is open 9am – 4:30pm, for hot and cold snacks and drinks.

The Academy Course
The PGA Academy Course is open from 7am daily.

Driving Range
The Driving Range is open from 7am through to 10pm. A one-way walking system has been created, we ask everyone to exit at the bottom of the range, placing their baskets in the area provided ready for cleaning.
All range card credit can be topped up by calling the pro shop during the hours of 7am – 7pm.
Please note: All range balls, baskets, and the keypad will be sanitised throughout the day. We ask everyone to sanitise their hands using the sanitiser provided on entry to the range, before using the keypad and on your departure.

Pro Shop
The Pro Shop is open daily from 7am – 7pm.

Changing Rooms
The Changing Rooms and Showers are open.

The Brasserie
The Brasserie is open between 8am – 8pm.
Hot food will be served from 11am – 6pm.
Please use the toilets in the Changing Rooms.

Government Guidelines Update

Following on from our previous email, please see below the updated Government and English Golf Union guidelines which came into operation on Monday 19th July:

  • The return of all course furniture allowing rakes in bunkers, removal of flag sticks and the use of ball washers.
  • There is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering, however, we do encourage their use in indoor areas around the resort, as a common courtesy to fellow golfers, guests and visitors to Bowood. There is no requirement to wear a face-covering outdoors.
  • Cash payment accepted in the Halfway Hut and Pro Shop.
  • The showers and changing rooms are open.

Course Renovation

Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th August

Please note, Jaey and his team will be carrying out essential work for continual improvement of the course moving forward. This will include aeration to the greens and approaches and top dressing to selected fairways. We thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time.

Competition Update

June update from Handicap and Competition Secretary – Ross McMullan



As part of our club’s commitment to protecting the welfare of all of its members and visitors, the club has been working in conjunction with England Golf to achieve the SafeGolf accreditation. The SafeGolf accreditation process is designed to enable clubs to ensure they are delivering a safe environment for the sport to be played in.

As part of this process, we have updated our club safeguarding policies and we are required to share these with you. The policies can be found by clicking the below links and we strongly encourage you to familiarise yourself with them.
We have also recruited a Club Welfare Officer, Jason Roberts, who is available to support you or discuss any concerns that you may have at any time. If you have any questions or you’d like to report a concern you can contact Jason by email at





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