KCLGS is the King’s College London Golf Society, which is an informal self-funding society of friends with a connection to King’s and an interest in playing social and competitive golf. The Society has been in existence for over 20 years.
Membership is open to all members of staff of King’s College London (academic, professional services and administrative staff are welcome), as well as to retired members of staff, friends of King’s College London and Alumni.
We currently have around 40 registered members, with a wide variety of handicaps, from beginner golfers (Society handicaps are allowable up to 36 for both men and women) to single-figure handicap players. We have a mix of male and female members who all have exactly the same rights.
A typical event will consist of members making their own way to the chosen golf course (usually close to London), coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, 18 holes of social / competitive golf, and a two-course informal supper and prize-giving. A number of trophies are played for throughout the year, as well as the player of the year trophy. Spot prizes are also awarded at most events (nearest the pin, etc.).
Costs vary from £40 to £60 per event, depending on the golf course chosen, and are fully inclusive of green fees, food and prizes. The Society meets 5 or 6 times through the summer, with a minimum of one event per month from May to September inclusive.
To find out more, or to join the Society, please contact any of the following:
Captain 2017: Jeff Marshall - firstname.lastname@example.org, 0207 848 4499
Treasurer 2017: Nigel Stallard - email@example.com, 0207 848 3260