Our grand old Grade Two listed HGC Clubhouse dates back to 1892 and is naturally located within Dronfield, which offers stunning views of the golf course, and the wonderful views of the peak district.
It is rich in both heritage and history and is a sight to behold when the sun shines down on its striking glory. The clubhouse at Hallowes Golf club has the original Contemporary 17th century features which are displayed on the exterior features of the clubhouse. There are also 17th century features on the inside of the contemporary building.
Although the interior is now much altered, some of the rooms retain their original moulded plasterwork ceilings, the first floor room in the central section, now the Ladies locker room, having a simple but elegant enriched design at the beam intersections. The attic in the eastern crossing also still has two upper cruck tresses in its roof construction.
As a club we are passionate about our duty to keep this prestigous building both modernised and relevant to its long history and so in recent years we have taken it upon ourselves to refurbish the interior of the Clubhouse.
The Covid-19 lockdown situation gave us ample time to get down to work and so both the main and back bars have seen an honest attempt to return them to their former glory whilst finding a fine balance between the new and the traditional. Something for everyone we feel!
New furniture and new carpet throughout certainly give a more opulent feel to the place and we hope that this will now do justice to the standard of catering that we can all now enjoy.
Now, is there any better finish to a good round of golf than a pint, some good food, good company and a desperate analysis of all the bad luck that you endured over the past three and a half hours? We think not, and we’re delighted that you can now do that in pleasant surroundings!