Why Golf Membership?

As a game that can be played throughout the year, golf membership offers excellent value for money. It is a pleasurable form of exercise, very social and can be as competitive or relaxed as you choose it to be. Here at Royston Golf Club we encourage new members to come and enjoy the excellent facilities and experience the benefits of membership.


 3 MONTH TRIAL MEMBERSHIP £205 (Save £36.00)

  • 7 days unlimited golf *subject to course availability
  • Gain a Handicap
  • Play in competitions *excludes RGC majors
  • Enjoy discounts behind our bar with your very own swipe card
  • Invite guests to play at a reduced fee
  • Enjoy using our clubhouse facilities *Includes snooker table
  • Try out the practice facilities including the new 3 hole short course
  • Free Wifi
  • Free bag tag
  • Free club diary
  • Use of Snooker Table

HEATH MEMBERSHIP  – £400

If you have recently taken up golf, or looking to try golf without making a significant financial commitment.
• No joining fee
• Social membership worth £50
• Unlimited use of all club house and practice facilities
• Unlimited use of the New 3 Hole Course
• Gain a handicap within three rounds
• 15 Peak Time rounds of golf on the 18 hole course
o Given in the form a loyalty stamp card, example shown on the next page
• Two thirty minute ‘One to One’ lessons with our Head Professional
• Reduced Function Hire
• 20% Discount bar card
• Sign in up to three guests at the members sign in rates on each occasion
• Free WiFi
• Free bag tag, club diary and corporate brochure

To contact us about membership or browse the pages in this section for information on what Royston Golf Club membership can offer and details of our current subs, please email office@roystongolfclub.co.uk additional contacts can be found on the ‘Contact’ page.

“Yes it’s a tough hike in places but wow! What a course. Fantastic in winter. Great views. Tremendous holes that need your full attention. Can’t be too ambition. The wind can destroy a good score. Well worth a go.”

– Reynold (Nov 2018)