St.Austell Golf Club is one of the friendliest clubs around for membership, visitors and societies in Cornwall.

We pride ourselves on services to our members, visitors and societies by providing an immaculately kept golf course, great bar and restaurant facilities and a very warm welcome.

We are open for membership to all new and established golfers around St.Austell and Cornwall so please browse our current membership options, prices and superb benefits.

As at 1st April 2017

  • Full membership £620
  • County (full playing member of another Cornish club) £370
  • Country (lives outside county for 6 months of year) £370
  • Intermediate I (18 – 20) £135
  • Intermediate II (21-22) £195
  • Intermediate III (23-25) £255
  • Intermediate IIII (26-30) £405
  • Student (full time education) £70
  • Junior (under 18 or in full time education) £70
  • Juvenile (under 14) £45
  • Social £40
  • Flexible (30 rounds per year) £400
Reciprocal Golf Arrangements

One of the major benefits of membership of St Austell Golf Club is the reciprocal golf arrangements we have with a number of other golf clubs around Cornwall. This means that a full member of St Austell can play at any of these clubs up to 12 times in a year for only £10 a time.

Participating Clubs:

  • Launceston
  • Newquay
  • Tehidy Park

St Austell Golf Club is extremely proud to be a member of the Association of James Braid Courses. Membership of St Austell Golf Club makes you eligible for reciprocal discounts at over 250 James Braid courses.

A full list of courses can be found by downloading the file below. The list of participating courses is growing all the time, so be sure to check back regularly for the latest additions.

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New Members Offer – unlimited golf until 31/3/2019!

Join now, play now until 31st March ’19 for one fee of £620!!

Terms & Conditions apply – not to be used with any other promotional offer or discount

  • St Austell Golf Club Reciprocal Golf at Newquay, Tehidy, Launceston & Bigbury
  • 10% off members discount on beverages & food

Tel: 01726 74756 Ask for the ­Club Secretary

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If you would like to become a member of St.Austell Golf Club, download the membership form below and send to the Secretary, Tregongeeves Lane, St Austell, Cornwall, PL26 7DS:-

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St.Austell Golf Club have had a lot of competition successes over the years winning The Frank Wills Salver for the first time in 1977/78 and then again in 1982/83 at Trevose.

The club were runners up in 1986 against Newquay playing at Perranporth.

In 1999/2000 our club teams won The Frank Salver for the third time, the Cornish Bowl, the ‘B’ team championship at County Week and the Summer Scratch League.

A fantastic year for our club teams!

Cornwall County Bowl winners 2009/10. Back row, left to right: S. Lobb, A. Couzens, M. Sutton, P. Baron, D. Morgan, K. Roach, T. Coles; front row: S. Pill, P. Kendall, S. Ferguson-Smith (Club Captain), S. Martin, M. Rawle (click image to enlarge)The Cornish Bowl was won again in 2009/2010, beating Carlyon Bay at Newquay. Read this and many more stories in our Centenary Book.

We enter many teams from the various sections of the club teams to challenge for local and major competitions.

We look forward to future successes for the club especially with our very strong Junior Section.

We have a thriving Juniors Section at St.Austell Golf Club which was formed in 1971 by Jim Daly and Des Perrier. It has gone from strength to strength over the years and is supported by all sections of the Club.

The Juniors are well served by our professional, Tony Pitts, and particularly by his assistant, Russell Binney, who has developed a particular rapport with his youngsters during their weekly coaching sessions.

The Juniors now have a full golfing calendar, including the following cups:Libby Cup, Junior Handicap Challenge Cup, The Stidwell Cup, The Stan Horne Cup, The Under-21 Cup & The T & G Trophy

Also, The St Austell Bay Coast and Country, A 36-hole open stableford competition for players under the age of 18 on 1st January, organised jointly with Carlyon Bay Golf Club, with players playing 18 holes on each course.

Current Policy Documents for the Juniors Section: –

Anti Bullying Policy
Child Protection Policy
Junior Code of Conduct
STAG JS Parent Consent Form
Junior Committee

We have a very strong Ladies Section at St.Austell. The Ladies have their own committee responsible for running all aspects of ladies’ golf. The Ladies have a representative on the Club’s Management Committee.

The ladies have a full programme of competitions throughout the year, in addition to league matches, friendly and vets matches and play for several trophies.

Within the ladies section there is a very active Vets group. The current Lady Vets Captain is Caryl Gould who took over from the 1st December 2017.

The Lady Vets have a tee reservation for Monday mornings from 9.30 – 10.30. Please check the board on the first tee, particularly during the month of August, since we have to give way to Golf Week and possibly the Junior Open. This would be a good time to take advantage of the “Reciprocal” arrangements that our Club has with other local Clubs. This arrangement has to be made via our Club Secretary.

All Lady Vets are encouraged to join the County Vets for £3 a year and this enables them to enter County competitions and also to put their names forward to play in inter county matches covering all the South West (4 counties).

The Lady Vets Captain also organises several friendly matches played during the year both home and away and you will be able to put your name forward to play in these matches which you will find listed on the Vets notice board.

Our results have not been too spectacular so far, but we have