The 1892 Club consists of private members’ golf clubs, all founded in the year 1892 that have agreed to be part of a friendly association, each offering reciprocal courtesy visits to each other’s club members. To take advantage of these courtesies the following procedure MUST BE followed.
Members make their own arrangements with the Secretary of the Club they wish to visit by letter or phone, giving as much notice as possible.
- Do not turn up uninvited and expect to be able to play
- Members should take with them a letter of introduction together with their handicap certificate, which can be obtained from the office.
- Check with the host Club their dress rules and respect them.
- For visits to take place Clubs should be separated by 75 miles.
- These courtesies do not extend to anyone whose Club is not a member of the 1892 Club.
- Remember that when visiting other Clubs you are an ambassador of your Golf Club and when others visit us please extend every courtesy to them as our guests.
- Moderation in numbers at any one visit should be observed (a car load and not a coach load) as should be your number of visits to any particular Club.