About The Whitstable and Seasalter Golf Club

Greetings from the Captains

Ladies

A well-established part of the Club with a wide range of abilities. The ladies play on a Tuesday morning (with competitions most weeks) and social golf on Thursday afternoons.

The Ladies also have a number of matches versus other local clubs and mixed matches and a number of social events.

Mid Weekers

These golfers play in the mornings on Monday, Wednesday and Friday meeting at the Clubhouse from 8am. There are two competitions every month (one being a medal and one a Stableford). It is simply a case of coming along and joining in with those already here. There are social l events and an “away-day” during the season.

Sunday Mornings

In the season there are medals, Stablefords and other better ball competitions. When there is not a competition there is the Captains Swindle where members play a friendly competition.

The gentlemen also play a number of matches against other local clubs and take part in a number of competitions like the Jack Hicks Cup for Kent’s 9 hole clubs.

Old Salts

A very strong part of the club with membership for gentlemen over the age of 60 years. They play on a Thursday morning some weeks being competitions. There are a number of matches against local clubs and they also play in the Kent Veterans league. There are also a number of matches in the Over 70’s Veterans league for those over 70 years of age.

Dawn Patrol

A group of members who play first thing on a Saturday morning that includes the occasional competition round to qualify for handicap.

Juniors

We have a growing number of junior members who meet on a Monday evening in the Summer between 5pm and 7pm for social golf and tuition. There are regular competitions during the year at the weekends (usually afternoons) and also a number of social matches.

 

There is also social golf (9 holes) that runs on a Tuesday evening from 4pm during BST. These evenings are popular and also you to meet and play with a wide range of members and have a bite to eat afterwards.

We take great pride in being a club that suits all abilities whether a beginner or of county standard. There are plenty of opportunities to meet new golfing partners and enjoy the social aspects of the club.

Captain's Charity

The new Club Captain for 2020, Robert Davis (yes he is the brother of last year’s captain Richard!) has chosen to support the Pilgrims Hospice based in Canterbury. He is supporting this worthy clause in way of thanks for the great support they gave to a close member of his family in the recent past.

The Lady Captain Sue Pout will be raising monies to support Serv Kent Bloodrunners, a local charity in Kent that transports essential blood products and samples to accident and emergency hospitals across the county, every night, weekends and bank holidays.

Junior captain this year is Jacob Best.

The Old Salts Captain David Rigden will be continuing the support of the charity Canine Partners who assist people with disabilities by way of providing specially trained assistance dogs. This charity was also supported last year by the previous Old Salts captain.

Ian Moys is the captain of the mid weekers will be raising monies to support the campaign to fight Dementia. He has experience of close family members with the condition and realizes how important that money is raised to research possible cures.

All the charities are supported by way of various initiatives and events during the year and the support of both members and guests are very much appreciated by those involved.

Please support your new captains and help them have a great year in office!

History

The club was started in 1911 by a small band of about a dozen enthusiasts who saw the possibilities of playing their favourite game under ideal conditions on a piece of grassland, known as the “Saltings” because of its proximity to the seashore. They, themselves designed and laid out nine holes and converted the Club House and locker room, an old stable to which was later added a Professional’s Shop. The greens, purposely kept small, were cut and tended in those early days by the members, but their enthusiasm soon built up a flourishing club, which today is complete with a well equipped Club House and all the machinery and expertise to ensure the maintenance of the course in tip-top condition.

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