Juniors

Junior Section

The Harwich & Dovercourt Golf Club welcomes junior members, who can join the club and remain a junior until 18.
Boys and girls are equally welcome to join, You will receive a warm welcome and parents are welcomed and encouraged to be involved.
The club is a member of the England Golf and the Essex Golf Union, and when you are proficient enough you will be invited to play matches against other clubs and become involved in tournaments arranged by the Essex Golf Union. You could also be selected for specialized coaching run by county coaches.
The club has an arrangement with the Coastal Golf Academy, Joe Bushell is on hand to provide lessons either on the course or at other local courses and/or driving ranges. Some lessons will be charged for and others are free. Coastal Golf also visit local schools in the Tendring area to teach Tri-Golf, and introduce pupils to the golf passport scheme - which is a training aid to increase proficiency in putting, and the use of woods, long and short irons.

There are various competitions held during the year in which cups, and shields may be won, and the highlight of each year is Junior Captains Day. A day of competition where all juniors can be involved, where prizes, cups and shields may be won.
Our junior organiser is currently Joe Bushell asst Professional from Frinton golf club. ( contact number 07398 221951)Please apply via the office.
So come and join our club - we know that you will enjoy the experience.


Contact us at - Harwich & Dovercourt golf club - Office telephone - 01255 503616. e-mail - secretary@harwichanddovercourtgolfclub.com

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The course is open and in good condition Please check the diary for availability The following rules apply as of 9th October 2019 - When a player’s ball lies on a part of the general area cut to fairway height or less, it may be lifted once without penalty, and may be cleaned. They must replace the original ball, or another, on a spot within a relief area. • Reference Point: The spot of the original ball. • Relief Area: The size of the relief area is up to 6 inches (150 mm) from the reference point, not nearer the hole than the reference point, and which is in the general area. In proceeding under this local rule the player must choose a spot to place the ball and use the procedures for replacing the ball under rules 14.2b(2) and 14.2e. Penalty for breach of Local Rule: General Penalty (Match play: loss of hole, Stroke play: two stroke penalty) Note: When lifting a ball it is recommended that a player marks the position of the ball to establish a fixed reference point
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