Welcome to the Mens Section where we offer plenty of opportunities to join in with our varied activities.
Seniors (age 55 plus)
Play 4-ball match-play against other local Clubs on a Home and Away basis with a meal afterwards. Start times are 8:30 for home matches and usually the same for away matches although some clubs do vary.
Current fixtures are with Abbeydale; Chatsworth; Chesterfield; Hallamshire; Hillsborough and Lees Hall.
Availability and Team Sheets are posted on the corridor notice-board in the Gents Locker Room. Start time and Dress Code will be shown on the team-sheets – more information can be obtained from:
Organiser (Team Captain) Graham Hill (0114) 2356938; Mob 07753 488534 or
Assistant (Team Vice-Captain) Phil Kay (01246) 238949; Mob 07977 492169
Operate on the same basis as the seniors and is aimed at people with a handicap of 18 and above although this can vary as some of the teams that they play are ‘B’ teams with players of varying abilities. Start times are mid-afternoon usually between 2 and 3:30pm depending upon time of year.
Current fixtures are with Abbeydale; Bakewell; Chatsworth; Hallowes; Lees Hall and Matlock.
Again availability and team sheets are posted on the corridor notice-board in the Gents Locker Room. Start Time and Dress Code will be shown on the team-sheets – more information can be obtained from:
Organiser (Team Captain) Allan Tudor (0114) 2620620 or
Assistant (Team Vice-Captain) Stephen Hewitt (01246) 410605; Mob 07774 957924
Gents are encouraged to join in with the Ladies for the Mixed Foursomes events as well as matches against local teams.
More information from:
Organiser Bob Dawson (0114) 2305395; Mob 07802 262300
A number of fiddles play at varying times on most days of the week – contact the Pro Shop for more information if you want to join in.
Regular Medals, Stablefords are held throughout the year as well as Club Competitions all of which are listed in the Club Diary.
As well as Members being able to invite friends to play we also accommodate Visiting Parties and Societies.
Is a good way for new members to meet other people. A Diary Day is scheduled for a Sunday towards the middle of December when people can pair up and arrange to play social golf against other members, on Sundays, throughout the year. Some of our Ladies have now joined in either as pairs or with a Gent.
The Club Porfessional, Steve Roberts can tell you more and help you to find a playing partner if you need one.
The Club Diary, Notice-Boards, Pro Shop plus existing Members are your main sources of information about our Club and its activities but don’t forget the Rules of Golf including Etiquette and expected Dress Codes both on the course and in the clubhouse.
One important rule 'keep up with the game in front not in front of the game behind'.
Enjoy your golf at Dore & Totley – encourage others to join.