|1 May – 30 September||£295pp|
|1 May – 30 September||£120pp|
|1 January – 30 March||£40pp|
|1 November – 31 December||£40pp|
|Mon||Visitors may play after 11.00am|
|Tues||Between 9.40am & 11.52am & after 2.00pm|
|Wed||No Visitor Bookings All Day|
|Thurs||Between 9.40am & 11.52am & after 2.00pm|
|Fri||Between 9.40am & 11:52am. No Visitors in afternoon|
|Sat||Members’ Competition Day. Visitors may play after 3.00pm|
|Sun||No Visitors in morning. Visitors may play after 2:00pm|
Why Hire a Caddie?
There is simply no better way to experience an authentic day’s golf at Royal Portrush than to hire one of our experienced caddies to guide you around the course.
Our team have caddied countless rounds and their wealth of knowledge is crucial in helping you conquer the many risk and reward tee shots, challenging approach shots and subtly contoured greens.
Not only will our caddie guide you around the course, they can also provide great stories of the history, people, and traditions of this famous Club.
As many of our caddies are from the local area, they will be able to give you an insight into the history of the wider community and advice on places to visit to get a feel for Portrush.
What Does a Caddie Add to Your Experience?
The Royal Portrush Caddie
Here at Royal Portrush, we have introduced an extensive caddie training programme combined with a grading process so that visitors have an option to choose a caddie best suited to their own needs and abilities.
The current grades of caddies we have are as follows.
Elite Caddie (Blue Bib):
Will have an extensive knowledge of the game and the links. Many will have caddied in Championship Events including European Tour events and the Open Championship.
Cost: £60.00 + gratuity
Senior Caddie (Burgundy Bib):
Will have a very good knowledge of the game and the links.
Cost: £50.00 + gratuity
Trainee Caddie (Yellow Bib):
Will have a good knowledge of the game but limited knowledge of the links.
Cost: £40.00 + gratuity
Fore-Caddie (per group):
£100.00 + gratuity
How to reserve a Caddie
Please note that all our caddies are self-employed and therefore no guarantee can be given as to availability. If a caddie has been requested and is available, they will be allocated to the player by the starter.
Our aim will be to provide one caddie for each player but at busy times when demand is high, we may have to ask one caddie to carry two bags.
Royal Portrush Golf Club reserve the right to allocate a fore-caddie or an individual caddie to individuals/groups booked in morning times that have NOT pre-booked a caddie.
Whether you choose to travel without your clubs or your clubs are delayed in transit, we have a broad selection of current models for both men and women from leading manufacturers such as Titleist, TaylorMade and Callaway to choose from.
Please contact the Professional staff to reserve your preferred set.
We have a large fleet of the latest Powakaddy trolleys for hire.
All of our electric trollies are equipped with GPS so no matter where you find yourself on the links, these will provide you with yardages to the front, middle and back of the greens.
Booking in advance is not always necessary but we would recommend it.
We have a plentiful supply of lightweight manual aluminium pull trolleys also available. No prebooking is required.
Both of our links are walking courses. However, for disabled golfers or those who have a medical condition, we can arrange a cart for your round.
Due to the terrain and the frequent changes of elevation on our links, we will arrange for one of our senior caddies to both drive the cart and advise you during your round.
The golfer must produce a medical note and sign a disclaimer prior to their round.
For further details please contact our tee reservations department.
Dress in the Clubhouse
Smart casual clothes including golf attire and soft spike golf shoes are allowed in the Clubhouse. Sandals or deck shoes for men are only permitted when worn with socks.
Not Permitted: Blue denim, collarless tee shirts, flip flops, caps and hats. Shorts are not permitted in the Dining Room.
Babington Room – Gentlemen must wear a jacket and tie.
Ladies must wear the appropriate equivalent.
Dress on the Links
Members, guests and visitors are expected to wear suitable golf attire, with no blue denim or collarless tee shirts. Tailored golf shorts may be worn, but not beach shorts or cargo shorts with multiple pockets. Members must ensure that their guests are aware of the Club’s Dress Code Policy.
Mobile Phones must be on “silent mode” at all times. Calls may only be made in a medical emergency. Receiving calls is prohibited in the Babington Room, Dunluce Room, Skerries Room, and Dining Room.
Smoking, including of e-cigarettes, is prohibited on the Club premises.