Welcome to the Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club Web site

From here you can visit our Members pages to check your current handicap and contact the Officials and Committee, and view our Competition pages to see the Fixture List, including Open Competitions, and find the results of the latest competitions.  Just click on the links. To download a Membership Application form just click HERE.

You can see the Club’s Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding by following these links SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN and SAFEGUARDING ADULTS. 

The Club Welfare Officer is David Jackson.  Contact him at david@quest-advisers.co.uk mob. 07879681953


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Description automatically generated   You can see our Safe Golf Certificate by clicking here

Note:  this is NOT the site for the Golf Course.  You CANNOT book starting times, check green fees or book parties through this site.  For that you need to ring the Clubhouse on 01665 576562, or visit the Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Course site at http://www.dunstanburgh.com 


The Golf Course at Embleton was laid down as a 9 hole course in 1900.   It became an 18 hole course with the assistance of James Braid in the 1920's.  The history of the Course can be seen at: http://www.dunstanburgh.com

The Men's Club was formed in 1947 and registered with the County and the EGU.  The first Committee consisted of Tom Foggett, who became the first Secretary and Treasurer, and his father with Norman Laidler and Tom Glendinning.  The first Captain was Dixon Donkin.

Initially, the Club met and had its lockers in an outhouse at Low Mill Farm, opposite the present Clubhouse.  The Clubhouse, which was a First World War Nissen hut, was restricted to use by guests of the Sutherland family, owners of the Course. The members of the Club were only allowed to use the Clubhouse after 1952.

The Men's Club became Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club in November 2016 when the Constitution was changed.  We now welcome men and women members equally.

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This site was updated on 21st January 2022

Web site created and maintained by David Jackson