Author: Lewis Jacobs

Abridge Golf Club Dress Code

Club House, Patios and Car Park

  1. Smart casual wear must be worn at all times.  Shirts must have collars and sleeves; but need not be tucked into the waistband.  Polo and turtleneck sweaters are permitted.  Golfers must change before using the restaurant if clothing is soiled.
  2. Smart jeans,chinos, and cords are permitted; not permitted are jeans with holes, tears or prints.   Vests, t-shirts, tracksuits or jogging suits, army trousers, in full or part, are not allowed.
  3. Tailored shorts may be worn in the clubhouse but only until 7.30pm.
  4. Clean trainers may be worn but if worn with shorts, white socks are also required.  Loafers and deck shoes are permitted with or without socks.  Sandals and flip flops are not permitted.
  5. Hats must not be worn in the clubhouse.
  6. Waterproofs of any description are only allowed in the Spike Bar.

Golf Course and Practice Areas

  1. Shirts must have collars and sleeves but polo and turtleneck sweaters are permitted.  Shirts must be tucked into the waistband at all times.
  2. Tailored trousers and tailored shorts, with belt loops.  When wearing shorts, white socks must be worn.
  3. Hats and visors must be worn correctly with the peak to the front.
  4. Vests, t-shirts, jeans, army trousers, or army shorts, tracksuits jogging suits, in full or part, are not allowed.
  5. Golf shoes only with soft spikes between 1st April and 31st October unless otherwise specified. Soft spikes are permitted in the locker room and toilet but shoes with metal spikes to be changed at the entrance.

IF YOU ARE NOT PROPERLY ATTIRED YOU MAY BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE CLUBHOUSE/COURSE BY A MEMBER OF STAFF OR CLUB OFFICIAL

Come Join in the Swindles

Swindles  who runs them and when

There are informal swindles and roll up competitions throughout the week  and run throughout the Summer and winter seasons, These are open to all club members and all players are made welcome  and it is a great way to meet members, come along and join in..  Below are the current approximate timings and who organises them:- 

Monday Morning Group first tee off approx 9.16 am (arrive by 9.00 am at the latest) 

Organiser Lewis Shurlin

Wednesday Captain’s Club Morning made up of 9 holes, lunch, and then cards.  This will be through the Winter months and should the weather not lend itself to the 9 holes, we would still like to meet for all the other activities and a general get-together.  All are welcome.

Organiser Stuart Disdale

Thursday Morning Group first tee off approx 9.16 am (arrive by 9.00 am at the latest)

Organiser Lewis Shurlin

Thursday Afternoon Group first tee off approx 11.25 am (arrive by 11 am at the latest) 

Organiser Dennett Harvey

Sunday Afternoon Group first tee off approx 11.25 pm (arrive by 11 am at the latest) 

Organiser Kevin Rabbitte

Visit the Pro Shop

Pro Shop

We have a fully stocked Pro Shop for all your golfing needs, from chocolate to golf balls, clothes and equipment.  Also this is the place to book tee times and enter competitions.

Golf lessons are available from our Golf Professionals, Paul Holland, Jack Winer anmd reece Francis.    Lessons can be booked in the pro shop.

Within the pro shop we have the “Golf Principles” club fitting studio. Jason Macniven is one of the leading independent club fitters in England and he will be delighted to arrange to “custom fit” your next set of clubs.

Opening Hours         

Winter              Weekdays7.30 am to 16.30 pm,          Weekends        7.00 am to 16.30 pm

         Summer           Weekdays 7.30 am to 19.00 pm,          Weekends        7.00 am to 19.00 pm

Buggies

We have 10 buggies which may be hired from the pro shop. At peak periods these should be booked in advance.

Members may store their own buggies at Abridge at their own risk,with permission as we have limited storage space. For fees and to arrange storage please contact the office

Club Storage

Members are able to store their golf clubs and trolleys at Abridge in the trolley store next to the Pro Shop in new specially designed lockers. For more information on cost and to reserve a space, please contact the office.

History of the Club

The First Board of Directors 22nd September 1963

In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s a nucleus of Jewish golfers formed the South Essex Jewish Golfers Society (SEJGS) as they were being refused membership to local clubs on religious grounds.  Because of the situation they decided to setup their own golf club.  The founding members agreed to invest, and with the help of a wealthy benefactor, JohnRubens, purchased the farm land where we are today.  The Club was finally opened in 1964.  Abridge accordingly respects its Jewish heritage and is closed on theJewish Holy Day of Atonement, as well as Christmas Day.  In the constitution of the Club, we are proud to state that not only do we welcome members of the Jewish faith, but all creeds and faiths have and will always be welcome.

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