There are over 100 very friendly Lady Members, including 14 Juniors.
9 hole and 18 hole competitions are played on Tuesday, with Saturday as an alternative day for the 18 hole competition. An Eclectic and League competition are held during the Winter and social functions take place throughout the year.
The Section has three League Teams, a Senior Team and a Friendly Team.
There is also an informal Bridge section held on a Wednesday from 1pm-4pm for beginners and intermediates. Experienced players are happy to advise and play and there are three main competitions per year.
|Mallory Armstrong||Captain - Board/Pastoral|
|Paulette Isaac||Vice Captain - House|
|Roberta Budd||Immediate Past Captain / County / New members|
|Ann Budd||Acting Hon Treasurer|
|Kaye Fletcher||Hon Secretary|
|Margaret Van de Weyer||Competition/Handicap Secretary|
We have a large number of Senior Golfers in the Club and about 70 - 80 are members of The Seniors' Society which was formed in 1970. This is a vibrant and friendly group of which about 20 - 30 members regularly play every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at about 8 a.m.
They play weekly swindles, a number of competitions and inter-club matches, as well as enjoying Away days & tours. The Society is open to any club member aged 55 and over. New members are always welcome and anyone wishing to join the Section for the small annual subscription of just £5 may get information from the Club Secretary or Professional.
The Seniors' Captain for 2019 is Byron Blakemore JP and his able deputy is Phil Nicholas and their Hon. Sec. is John Rothwell.
Comprised of boys and girls from 8 to 18 years of age, our Junior Section has grown in numbers over the last few years. We believe this reflects the growth in popularity of golf with young people, combined with the commitment and dedication of our junior organising team and the Club's professional staff.
Our objective is to support our junior members in realising their potential and to support their progress in learning the game.
Our Junior Section is crucial to the future success of Newport Golf Club.
Of paramount importance in providing junior golf at Newport is the safety and welfare of our junior members. We aim to provide a safe, caring and inclusive environment for junior golf to flourish.
Traditionally, Monday's is Junior Night.
We have 3 Junior Organisers:
Five Mens teams in the Gwent League.
Three Ladies teams in the Monmouthshire League.
Newport Wayfares society was formed in 1983-84 for players with a golf handicap between 10 -17 participating in a league format with other clubs in South East Wales. Matches are played on a “greensome foursome” format.
Newport & Radyr Golf clubs have played for the “Radyr Sands” on a home and away basis since 1984.
2018 Captain is John Narduzzo
Unique to South Wales, the Hallet Golf Society was formed in 1949 at Wenvoe Castle. Eligibility to play is a golf handicap that remained over 17.5. Newport golfers joined the Society in 1984. Hallets matches are played in the foursomes format.
2018 Captain is Jeff Payne
Visitors always receive a very warm welcome and can look forward to outstanding golf, followed by our renowned hospitality and catering.
We welcome visitors every year from near and afar and you will be assured of a fantastic day with other visitors and members.
The course is situated in the spectacular setting of the Llwyni Wood, an ancient Oak woodland, surrounded by rolling parkland.
Newport Golf Club has a very friendly and active membership.