There are numerous benefits of being a Dyke member, one of the most popular is the opportunity to invite guests to play at any time, including Saturday and Sunday mornings, at significantly reduced green fee rates.
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All green fees include a £2.50 levy to spend on food and drink in the clubhouse. Simply present your green fee tag to the bar to receive £2.50 off your bill. Must be used on the day of purchase.
Members also receive discounted rates for buggies - £20 a round or £13 for 9 holes.
Members are required to put £80 on their swipe card each year and receive 10% discount on food and drink prices at the bar (with the exception of promotional Sunday lunches).
We have put in place Reciprocal agreements for reduced rate green fees for our members when they visit a number of other quality golf courses in Sussex. Click here to download the latest list of clubs and their rates to Dyke members. You are advised to contact the clubs prior to your visit, please take your current handicap certificate or bag tag with sticker as proof of your Dyke membership.
Association of James Braid CoursesThe Dyke’s original layout (1906-32) is attributed to James Braid, a professional golfer who became one of the UK’s most renowned course designers. The Association of James Braid Courses was formed a few years ago by a past Captain and President of Henley GC, and as of 2014 the Association had 269 member clubs of the 411 courses James Braid designed or altered. This means Dyke members benefit from reduced rate green fees at many top courses in the UK, including Dalmahoy, Gleneagles, St Enodoc and Littlestone.
Click here for the list and details of the clubs’ offers (typically members guest rates). Association clubs in Sussex include: Bognor Regis, Brighton & Hove, Copthorne, East Brighton, Haywards Heath, Peacehaven and Pyecombe.