Frinton Golf Club is renowned throughout East Anglia for the quality of its golf courses and its friendly welcome towards visitors. Having two courses is a special bonus to the club.
The 18 hole par 71 Havers Course
has 6,265 yards of challenging links style golf that changes in character every day.
The 9 hole Kirby Course,
par 29 with 1481 yards over 9 holes , includes two par 4s and seven par 3s.
It was established in 1913 and welcomes golfers of all standards.
The course at 2962 yards has a Par and sss of 58 when played as 18 holes..
It is interesting to note that Frinton's clubhouse is probably the oldest surviving purpose built golf clubhouse in England. It was constructed in 1904/05 for the 300 members of the day.
More about the history of the club
The Terrace Bar is a relaxing area for quenching your thirst after the rigours of your round. On sunny days, of which there are many in this south easterly corner of East Anglia, members and guests can enjoy their drinks on the terrace which has a fine view of the course and, in particular, the finishing, par 5, 18th hole.
The clubhouse boasts a beautiful lounge that is the venue for many club dinners and dances.
The private dining room lends itself particularly well to hosting events whilst the Plumpton Room is ideal for smaller groups.