The Wildernesse Experience
The information below will help you plan and enjoy your day to our private members' club. Whether a visitor or part of a society you can be assured of a friendly welcome and an enjoyable experience on our renowned woodland course.
For the enjoyment of all players tee times are restricted to maintain an uncrowded course and advanced bookings are recommended. Bookings should be made via the Secretariat on 01732 761199.
Visitors should report to the Professional Shop and settle green fees before play. Green fees may be paid by cash, cheque or debit cards. If you are part of a society or golf day there is no need to register with the Professional Shop although the Organiser should liaise with the Secretariat on arrival to re-confirm final numbers and any arrangements required for payment.
Play starts from 8am and the Club operates a two tee starting system from the 1st and 10th tees for singles and 3/4 ball groups. Please check your starting tee with the Professional Shop and arrive on the tee 5 minutes before your allocated time to avoid delays.
The course at Wildernesse is not suitable for the novice golfer and visitors are required to provide handicap certificates before play.
Wildernesse expects visitors to be appropriately dressed in clean golf or casual clothing as a minimum - denim jeans, trainers, collarless shirts, non golfing sports clothes are not acceptable.
Tailored shorts may be worn with single coloured knee length socks or short golf socks, predominantly white in colour, and for men they should cover the ankle.
If you are dining in the Restaurant as part of a society or golf day the Club permits players to remain in clean golf clothes between rounds. After golf, players are requested, as a minimum, to change into smart casual dress (tailored shirt with or without a jacket or jumper as the individual feels comfortable). Jacket and tie is required when using the dining room in the evening the full dress code is available by clicking here
The Club has an excellent driving range and short game practice area should you wish to warm up before your game. Tokens to the Range are available in the Professional Shop.
Trolley and Buggy Hire
Pull Trolleys are available to hire from the Professional. The Club has a small fleet of 2 seater buggies which are only available for hire on medical grounds. In winter please check buggies are being permitted on safety grounds should you wish need to hire or wish to bring your own ride on buggy.
Breakfast and Lunch menus are available from 7.45am until 4pm each day. Afternoon tea is available thereafter from the bar. If you wish to arrange more formal dining, have any preferences not available or require food at alternative times please contact the Hospitality Manager in advance of your visit who will be only to pleased to try and assist.
Club Favourites Menu
Afternoon Tea Menu
Speed of Play
For the enjoyment of all players groups must keep up with the group in front and should always let faster groups through at the first opportunity.
The use of mobile phones is not permitted inside the clubhouse, on the patio or golf course, except for cases of health and safety emergencies. Devices on silent mode may be used for retrieving data but audible messages and calls may only be made or received from within the confines of the car park.
Health and Safety
May we remind all players that they have a duty of care to ensure that no person is in range when a shot is played. Players are recommended to have individual golf insurance cover.
A list of local hotels is provided or please click on the link for hotel internet bookings.
Royal Oak Hotel
High Street, Sevenoaks, TN13 1HY
The Moorings Hotel
97 Hitchen Hatch Lane, Sevenoaks, TN13 3BE
Premier Inn Tonbridge North
109 London Road, Tonbridge, TN10 3AN
The Bull Hotel
Bull Lane, Wrotham, TN15 7RF
Best Western Donnington Manor Hotel
London Road, Dunton Green, TN13 2TD