How to join
Unfortunately, Troon St Meddans Golf Club is at capacity at this time. We should be looking to be accepting new members in April 2019.
If you would like to be added to our waiting list please let us know via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking to Renew your Membership?
The deadline to renew your annual membership for 2019 is now due.
The deadline for renewal is February 28th 2019 and is currently £60. It should be paid to the Treasurer in cheque format made out to Troon St. Meddans Golf Club, or by cash using the Brown Competition Envelopes clearly marked with your name and 'Subscription' printed in block capitals. The renewal form is available to print and download here
Troon St Meddans is a friendly golf club where you will be welcomed and made to feel part of the Club. When you join, you become part of an active golfing community that has a proud history stretching back over 100 years.
Golf can be played throughout the entire year with the three courses kept in quality condition all year round.
There is a combined 120 medal competitions run throughout the year along with inter club competitive team golf for all members. All competitions are played over the two main courses, the Darley and Lochgreen. Medals alternate between these courses every week.
Any Additional Costs?
To play the courses at Troon Links a South Ayrshire golf ticket is not required, but it is recommended.
More information can be found at: golfsouthayrshire.com
Junior membership is currently free with medals played every Saturday at 14:00.
Course season tickets are also free for those aged 12 and under. More information can be found at: www.golfsouthayrshire.com
Medal Competition Days?
Medal competitions are played on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays alternating between the Darley and the Lochgreen courses.
Booking Tee Times?
Tee times can be booked up to 7 days in advance online or by calling the starters office on 01292 616 255.
Winter greens are rarely put into use due to the layout of the courses and climate; however, winter greens may be used during adverse winter conditions to protect some of the green surfaces.