Stirling Golf Course offers a range memberships:
Ordinary Members are those who have paid a full subscription as decided at an Annual General Meeting. The number of Ordinary Members is limited to 600. Ordinary Members will have reached the age of twenty eight years before 1st November in the financial year in which the subscription becomes payable.
FIVE DAY MEMBERS
Five Day Membership is open to candidates on the waiting list and to existing members wishing to transfer to this category of Membership and will be subject to such restrictions on play as shall be determined by the Committee (essentially Monday to Friday golf – access to the clubhouse is unrestricted; A five-day member who chooses to remain on the waiting list for Ordinary Membership must accept Ordinary Membership when it is offered.
Senior is sub divided into 2 categories based on age, the first for those is based on members aged between 65-74 with 25 or more years continuous service who will receive 25% discount, the second based on members aged 75 plus would receive 33% discount provided that they had completed 25 years’ service as an Ordinary Member.
Country Membership is open to persons whose residence for more than nine months in any membership year is outwith a radius of 100 miles from the Clubhouse. A Country Member is not able to take part in the management of the Club and is subject to such restrictions on play as set out by the Committee. Country Members who were previously full Ordinary Members and who wish to resume Ordinary Membership will be placed at the top of the waiting list.
International Membership is open to persons who are not resident in the United Kingdom. An International Member is Member is not able to take part in the management of the Club and is subject to such restrictions on play as set out by the Committee.
Clubhouse Membership is open to persons who wish to make use of the Clubhouse facilities. Such members may play golf on payment of the normal Green Fee charges or as a guest of a Member as provided for in Paragraph 12 hereof. A Clubhouse Member is not able to take part in the management of the Club. Life Members may at any time apply to transfer to Clubhouse Membership on written application to the Secretary and on such application being granted, shall not be liable for any subscription or any other charge of any kind.
YOUNG PERSONS AND STUDENT MEMBERS
YOUNG PERSON MEMBERS
19 -27 Fee structure as below
Subscriptions for Young Person Members are based on age and a sliding scale discount is applied based on the Ordinary fee.
19 – 70%
20 – 60%
21 – 50%
22 – 40%
23 – 35%
24 – 30%
25 – 25%
26 – 20%
27 – 10%
28 – Ordinary
Entry fees for Young Person Members are based on the system of discount set out in the Constitution. Young Person members have full rights as per Ordinary Members and will transfer automatically to Ordinary membership at age 28.
Student Membership is open to persons who are both (a) under the age of 25 years and (b) full-time matriculated Students of a University or College of Further Education before the 1st November of the financial year in which the subscription becomes payable. A Student Member is debarred from taking part in the management of the Club and will be subject to such restrictions on play as shall be determined by the Committee.
PLEASE NOTE: Stirling University Students memberships to run from 1st of September to 30th of May. (Price on application if available)
Junior membership is open on application in writing to the Secretary to persons between the ages of 8 and 18 years of age inclusive before the 1st November of the financial year in which the subscription becomes payable. A Junior member is debarred from taking part in the management of the Club and will be subject to such restrictions on play and use of the clubhouse facilities as determined by the Committee.
Junior members do not qualify to sit on the main committee, however they do have their own committee whose aim is to help its members develop their skills and improve their game.
Junior section covers competitions, tournaments, matches, coaching, handicaps, social and communication for young people aged between 9 – 18 An Information Pack for Juniors and their parents/guardians has been produced and is available here Juniors Handbook and Child Protection Document.
We aim to support young people to take up golf, play golf, and be good club members. We hope that all club members will welcome and encourage our young players whenever they can.
The Junior Section is run by a group of club volunteers.