THE 1893 CLUB

GOLF clubs around the world have joined the new 1893 Club, an initiative led by the Captain’s Committee of Wellingborough Golf Club. Since March 2011, golf clubs formed in 1893 have been invited to join the new club and offer one courtesy round of golf per year to members of all other 1893 clubs. There are more than 50 clubs worldwide formed in 1893 and the responses continue to arrive back here at Harrowden Hall with the majority joining the scheme. A guide to the 1893 Club is available from the Wellingborough Golf Club office and includes the rules of the club and further details of the member clubs.


An up to date list of member clubs can be found on Wellingborough Golf Club's website here:


CLUB RULES
1. The clubs forming The 1893 Club offer courtesy to members of the other clubs once per calendar year per individual member on a simple reciprocal basis.
2. Any tee times, bookings and arrangements to play to be made in advance with the secretary of the respective club.
3. Only members of those clubs registered with The 1893 Club can take advantage of the courtesy. Guests of club members will not be offered courtesy.
4. Approval to play criteria may involve a letter of introduction from a “home” club and/or a handicap certificate and should be confirmed by the player in advance of the visit.
5. All dress codes and club rules must be observed at all times.