The clubs membership runs from the 1st April to the 31st March.
|Ordinary Men and Ladies||£100|
|Senior Member – 66 and over||£85|
|Intermediate – 17 to 25 year old||£45|
|Student – In full time education||£45|
|Junior – Up to 16 years old||£30|
Why not join Haigh Hall Golf Club
Are you interested in playing golf then why not join Haigh Hall Golf Club. We are a proud small club that plays on the picturesque public course at Haigh Country Park.
We are members of both England Golf and the Lancashire Golf Union of Golf Clubs and we play competitions four days a week which are on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Being a member of Haigh Hall will give you an official World Handicap Index that enables you to not only play Haigh Hall’s competitions but also to enter open competitions at other clubs.
Why join Haigh Hall instead of a private club?
There are a number of good reasons
Value for money and flexibility are two of many. Here at Haigh Hall membership of the golf club is only £100 maximum.
There are reduced membership options for Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors over 66. Unlike other clubs the fee covers all competition fees, however you do still need to pay to play on the course for which there are many different ways to do this. You can pay on a per round basis, prices vary on the time you play, or you can purchase an annual season ticket giving you unlimited golf. Annual tickets are £12.50 p.m. for aged under 21 and £30 p.m. for aged over 21 for full 7 days a week.
The most you will pay for all of your golf including unlimited golf and club competitions is £460.
At a private club the average annual membership is £800, in addition, some even have a joining fee and then you have to pay competition fees on top, usually costing around £3 per competition. So if you were to play in two competitions per week, on an average of 26 weeks in the summer season, this amounts to an extra £156 per year.
At Haigh Hall we have a small friendly membership in different categories. The benefit of this is that you are guaranteed a tee time to play in competitions unlike some private clubs which, having so many members, need to limit the number of people who can play.
The course is maintained by Wigan Council’s fully qualified green keeping staff and is open year round – playing on summer greens even through winter. At private clubs the course is quite often closed during winter because of the weather and you could even be playing on small temporary greens.
So if you are a member at Haigh Hall on average it will cost you around £8.85 per week to play competitive golf as often as you wish. If you are a member at a private club which could be closed say for four weeks during winter, it would cost you £18-£30 per week and that is providing you only entered just one competition.