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Kenilworth Golf Club

Course Status

Kenilworth: Course Open - Booked Tee Times Only
Par 3 Course: Open - Book Tee Time with Pro Shop

Current Events

£19381 for Zoe's Place !

Friday 28th August 2020


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July Draw for 51 Club

Friday 31st July 2020


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Mayor Richard Dickson visits Kenilworth Golf Club

Tuesday 19th May 2020


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Kenilworth Golf Club - Open Again

Monday 18th May 2020


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51 Club Draw April 2020

Tuesday 28th April 2020


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Vice Captains 2020/21

Friday 8th November 2019


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Luke Northwood - Warwickshire Champion of Champions

Tuesday 5th November 2019


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3 out of 4 yields £200 for Tim Bull

Friday 25th October 2019


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Llandrindod Wells visit to Kenilworth

Tuesday 17th September 2019


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Ladies Autumn Open

Thursday 12th September 2019


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Obtaining A Handicap



If you have never held a golf handicap you will need to submit cards for 54 holes and a brief summary of your playing history.  This information will be assessed by the committee and then a handicap will be awared.




The 54 holes can be in any combination of 18 or 9 holes of golf, but must be played from the Yellow (Men) or Red (Ladies) Distance Measuring Posts.  Your round must be marked by another golfer who holds a current active handicap. 




You can submit your cards either as they are played or once all 54 holes are completed.  Please ensure that each card is dated, has your name, your markers name and handicap and is signed by both yourself and your marker (see below) and indicates that you played from the yellow course.




Also See KGC Rules of Play 




Cov19 Adjustments

Due to the Cov19 pandemic the requriement for the signature of a scorecard by more than one person has been relaxed.  The minimum requirement is that the player obtaining a handicap seeks verbal confirmation from the marker that the gross score for each hole is correct and then signs the card.  

In order for the marker to be able to verify that the gross scores are correct the marker will have to maintain a card during the round.  Therefore after verifying the scores the player and marker should sign the scorecards which they have recorded and submit a picture of both cards to comps@kenilworthgolfclub.co.uk.   







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