Alnwick Castle Golf Club is committed to the development of the junior section and for many years we have been renowned for being successful in developing junior golfers.
“Alnwick Castle Golf Club aims to create a welcoming and friendly environment where young people can play, develop and enjoy golf in a professional and safe structure”
As a young golfer at Alnwick Castle Golf Club you will enjoy the dedicated and committed support of our Junior Organiser. This will provide you with an opportunity to learn all aspects of the game, not just technically but also in respect of course management, rules and etiquette. We encourage appropriate behaviour e.g. fair play, honesty, integrity, respect and consideration for others; skills which will help you throughout your life. As a junior member at Alnwick Castle Golf Club you will be provided with ample opportunities to make new friends, play competitive and/or social golf to help you develop at a pace that suits you. This will enable you to progress from a beginner to an established, experienced golfer through a number of steps designed to build your confidence in a safe environment.
We are delighted to announce that Alnwick Castle GC is Now one of the Golf Foundation’s nationally recognised HSBC Golf Roots Centres receiving more in depth ‘Hub’ support to develop junior golf at the club.
The full announcement on this exciting project can be found here
We are delighted to announce that Alnwick Castle GC is now one of the host clubs/facillities for Girls golf rocks. Girls Golf Rocks encourages beginner girls aged 5-18 to learn and play golf in a fun and friendly way.
The full details on this England Golf initiative can be found here
4:30pm-19:30 Thursday 15th June
4:30pm-19:30 Thursday 29th June
You can book by following this link
England Golf is launching a new SafeGolf accreditation for clubs which meet high standards to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
SafeGolf is a UK & Ireland safeguarding partnership which promotes a safe and positive environment for everyone in the sport. It offers a website – http://www.safegolf.org – through which anyone with a concern about the welfare of a player, or the behaviour or practice of a coach, volunteer, organiser, parent or a player, can contact the lead safeguarding officer at their national governing body.
Our current Club Welfare Officer is Andy Hill
We are delighted that Alnwick Castle Golf Club has been accredited with SafeGolf which shows we meet the standards for safeguarding, this includes:
Please see our download links to the Safeguarding Policy and appendices from the policy which need to be read and understood by juniors and parents.