The Home of Light Blue Golf

Cambridge University Golf Club has a mandate to play and promote the game of golf amongst the members of the University community.

Accordingly, it is open to all resident students at Cambridge University.

About Cambridge University Golf Club

Men’s golf at Cambridge is a Full Blue sport. There are two men’s teams – the Blues & the Stymies. Ladies’ golf is a Half Blue sport. The In-Laws golfing society caters for the CUGC’s recreational players.

For information on joining us, please feel free to email the relevant Committee member.We have a mandate to play and promote the game of golf among the members of the University community. Accordingly, it is open to all undergraduate & postgraduate students, including those attending the University from abroad.

Teams

BLUES

The Men’s first team are also known as the ‘Blues’. Handicaps are usually 5 or below.

The Blues play a full fixture list in the Michaelmas and Lent terms, culminating in the University Match at the end of March.

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STYMIES

The Stymies are the Mens second team and handicaps usually range from 6 to around 12.

The Stymies play an extensive fixture list in the Michaelmas and Lent terms, culminating in a match agains the Oxford Divots at the end of March.

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LADIES

Ladies’ golf at Cambridge is a Half Blue sport. The Ladies team is generally comprised of single figure to mid-handicap players.

 Like the men’s teams, the Ladies play regular matches at the weekend during the Michaelmas and Lent terms.

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Latest News & Match Reports

2019/20 Committee

We are delighted to announce the Committee for the 2019/20 season: Captain: Andrew Condron (Queens’ College) Ladies Captain: Kerryanne Kelly (Newnham College) Hon Secretary: Alex Li (Clare College) Junior Treasurer:[…]

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Mike Morrison wins the Murdoch Medal

Mike Morrison, author of the recent history of Cambridge University Golf Club, ‘The Worst Golf Course Ever’, has been awarded the Murdoch Medal by the British Golf Collectors Society. The[…]

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