Ladies

Ladies Golf at Manchester Golf Club is both competitive and fun. There is a vibrant Ladies Section at the Club that organises a range of competitions and events throughout the season to cater for everyone’s needs from raw beginner to very competitive

Tuesday is Ladies Day at the Club when ladies have their own specified tee off times and they are also given priority on the Course. There are also competitions at the weekend to cater for lady golfers who work during the week.

Group Ladies Coaching is offered twice a week by House of Golf professionals and help and advice is always available to ladies who are looking to ‘get into golf.’

The Ladies Section headed by the Lady Captain has a real commitment to helping a range of charities and to this end they organise events and take part in local events to raise funds. The emphasis is always on fun!

The Club has 5 ladies teams playing in National and County events as well as a mixed team playing in a Manchester based event. It is therefore no coincidence that Manchester Golf Club has amongst its membership some of the best golfers in the County at both a junior, adult and senior level.

We have a history of supporting players of outstanding ability, the Ladies Scratch Teams are consistently in the running for major trophies in the County and a number of ‘Manchester girls’ have gone on to
represent the Club at county and international level and on Tour.

Junior girls are made very welcome at the Club and they are encouraged by all to become the best that they can be and to enjoy their golf for what it is – a great opportunity to meet new friends, to take exercise and to compete should they wish to do so.

Junior Girls start out at the Club from as young as 5 years, having lessons with one of the House of Golf professionals. At 8 years of age they can become Junior Associate Members of the Club and take part in mini competitions that are appropriate to their age. At 11 years they can become Junior Members and take part in Junior Competitions and then at a later date become Junior Lady Intermediate Members.

Graduated Intermediate Membership allows young men and women to make the transition between junior and adult membership, recognising that there are often financial constraints placed on golfers in this age range.

Youngsters are helped and encouraged by the lady members and mentored by our PGA Professionals.

Whilst Manchester could be described as being a very traditional club we are keen to keep up with the changing status of golf in the modern era. Outside of competition times there are no restrictions on members access to the course.

We look forward to welcoming new junior and lady golfers to Manchester Golf Club in the future.