There has never been a better time to join Stockport Golf Club and applications are now being taken for all categories of Membership. Whilst many new Members join with the support of a Proposer, the Club appreciates that not all applicants are able to provide a Proposer and therefore welcomes applications without.

To apply, in the first instance an Application Form should be downloaded from the website or by contacting
the General Manager Ryan O’Connor on 0161 427 8369 or by email to

A unique feature of our membership is our tradition of holding regular ”presentations” directly after the completion of competitions. These weekly events are very well supported by members and enhance friendship and fellowship throughout the club.

We can offer monthly payment facilities to all Members and any applicable Joining Fee can be spread over three equal instalments, the first on joining the Club, the second on renewal of Membership and the final payment at the following renewal.

To view our Membership Rates please click the button below

Benefits of Membership

  • A renowned, challenging and well-drained course, playable throughout the seasons.
  • Regular weekend and week day competitions for all playing members.
  • Inter-club matches for all handicap categories.
  • Concessionary green fees with our partner clubs: St Annes Old Links, Fulford, Pannal, Abbeydale, Knutsford, Headingley and Beau Dessert Golf Clubs.

Further Benefits

  • Practice ground facilities.
  • A friendly and welcoming atmosphere from members with the opportunity to join informal ‘roll-ups’ most days of the week.
  • Full bar and catering services and an active social events calendar, provided by our excellent and friendly staff.
  • Golf course and facilities owned by the members.

In short, you will be the envy of many of your golfing friends!


Click HERE or on the button below to download our membership brochure and application form.

Taken from the club suggestions book in 1907.

19th March, 1907.  I suggest that Mr J Higsons handicap be reduced.  Fred Lowe

23rd March 1907.   I suggest Mr Lowe minds his own business.  J Higson.

1909.  It was suggested that the club purchase (for sale) pipe tobacco, vermouth (French & Italian), sherry, ‘decent’ champagne and ‘quite first rate cigars.

The committee agreed.

Ladies minutes, September 1950

It was also decided after discussion, that a notice be displayed ‘that in view of present fashions, trousers would be allowed in the lounge’