The clubhouse was built in 1936 in classic Art Deco style. Whilst it has been extended and improved over the years, the clubhouse still retains its original character and offers a warm welcome - as well as a number of facilities - for members and visitors alike.
The lounge/dining room offers unrivalled views of the patio and course beyond. The caterers produce daily specials, light snacks to full meals. Formal or informal dining the choice is yours with deep leather relaxing chairs that share low level coffee tables or more formal dining tables and chairs.
With a fully stocked bar offering a choice of draught beers, lagers and cask ale, wines, spirits and soft drinks you really are spoilt for choice.
In the back bar a T.V and large screen caters for the sporting enthusiasts amongst us, where you can watch your preferred Sky Sports channel whilst enjoying a glass of your favourite tipple. Food is also available to order.
Drayton Park also has a snooker table; always an option should the weather stop play on the course!
At the front of the club house as you approach from the car park, you will find the first tee to your left and the entrance to the men's changing room, with the Pro Shop on your right.
Go past the Pro shop and men's changing entrance and around the front of the club house to reach the formal entrance. Go a little further and you come to the entrance to the ladies changing area and lounge.
Unfortunately, like so many clubs today, we have to be cautious and security minded. Therefore as a visitor, you will need to know the code for the keypad. Societies and visitors can ask the administration office for this information before they visit, or ask in the Pro shop as you pass by.
Catering enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org Visitor enquiries to: email@example.com
|Summer: April to October||Winter: November to March|
|Pro Shop||08:00 - 18:00||08:00 - Dusk|
|Catering||10:00 - 16.30*||10:00 - 16:00*|
|Club house||07:00 - 22:00*||07:00 - 21:00*|
|Bar||10:00 - 22:00*||10:00 - 19:00*|
* Times vary according to business requirements