Leaside Golf Club
Leaside Golf Club is based at Lee Valley Golf Course and gives members an opportunity to play golf in the company of other enthusiasts.
It also lets you enjoy friendly competition against each other and against other golf clubs.
Leaside Golf Club benefits
Help and advice
Properly monitored Handicap accepted anywhere
Reduced rate insurance
Latest rules and etiquette information
Competitions against local clubs and individuals through the NAPGC to national finals
Days out to other clubs
Golf club storage and battery charging
Midweek and weekend competitions and medals throughout the year
Club colours available at low cost (shirts and jumpers)
Leaside Golf Club membership
All newcomers are welcome! Seniors can join the Leaside Golf Club by arranging a meeting with the Membership Secretary, David Campbell. Contact him on 07846 208438. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are aged between 8 to 18 years then you can join Leaside juniors.
Membership prices are kept competitive and there are added benefits of joining the Leaside Golf club, including a welcome pack and discounted green fees.
Download a membership form (PDF version)
Club competitions are held mid-week and also at weekends. These comprise stroke play and Stableford events with trophy awards for winners and runners-up and medals for winners of Monthly Medal competitions.
Many social events are available for members and their guests including golf away days, weekend trips, group holidays, quiz nights and presentation nights. Rest assured you’ll be made welcome!
Leaside Golf Club is affiliated with the English Golf Union, The Ladies Golf Union and Middlesex County Golf Union. Being affiliated to these unions gives the club the ability to grant handicaps and play competition golf.
The club was set up by a group of men who were unable to join local private clubs as they did not have playing handicaps. Leaside Golf Club has taken novice and skilled golfers alike to handicap level and although some moved on, many stayed after they had their handicaps. The group registered with the Royal and Ancient Golf Club and Leaside Golf Club was born! The club is run and operated by volunteer members.