The Old Cranleighan Golf Society celebrated its centenary in style last year with a spectacular day’s golf and dinner for 100 at Walton Heath GC in October, largely thanks to the herculean efforts of golfing legend Philip Truett . The Society is flourishing , with over 200 members and a strong youth policy, and provides competitive and convivial golf for OCs of all ages and handicaps. A triangular match between the OCGS, recent leavers and the Common Room was held at the School course in June to mark our centenary and coincide with our gift of new improved marker post for the School course.
At an annual subscription of £20 per annum the Society represents remarkable value when compared with most golf clubs and other societies, and gives members access at significantly discounted rates to over 30 annual fixtures at classic South-East courses such as Royal Cinque Ports, Walton Heath, St Georges Hill, West Sussex and Woking to name but a few.
We are very keen to attract new playing members and intend to sponsor a Sunday afternoon competition later this year for new members to give us a try – details to follow. We have an endowment fund which enables us to provide financial aid for those in full-time education or who simply need financial assistance.
We enjoy our golf on and off the course and are widely regarded as one of the most popular and active old boys ‘ societies. Our elite squad , who compete annually at the Halford Hewitt Public Schools competition at Royal St Georges and Royal Cinque Ports in April, are particularly strong, and competition for places in the team is fierce. But we are equally keen to attract social golfers – maybe you have a group of friends who want to take advantage of what we can offer ?
For further details or to simply join the Society contact our Hon Sec Tony Whitty at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on the first tee!