Welcome to the Magistrates' Golfing Society Web Site

Open to Magistrates, District Judges & Court Clerks, Sitting & Retired

Open to both Lady & Gentlemen Golfers

Sheringham Golf Club - One of our favourite courses

  • Welcome


    The Magistrates' Golfing Society was founded in 1938, and 2018 was our 80th Anniversary!  We are open to all Magistrates, District Judges and Clerks to the Justices both sitting and retired, who enjoy a game of golf on attractive good quality courses with the opportunity to meet up with fellow members of the Judiciary.

    The Captain and Committee of the Magistrates' Golfing Society invite you to browse through our Site, and to contact us should you require any further information about our Society.

    In our 81st Year we are very pleased to extend a warm welcome to new members David Whitehead who joined us in March, 2019 and Jaswinder Singh Shergill and Jan Redgment who both joined us in June, 2019.

  • The Application Forms for the following Meetings have now been emailed to all Members, and are also available on the Web Site if you click on the Organisers' Names.
  • The match against the Essex Police at Theydon Bois has now been re-scheduled for Friday October 4th.  As we have been requested by the Essex Police to change the date of this match we no longer have a full team so more players are urgently needed.  If you are able to play please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Newark on Wednesday September 25th - Click 'Race for the Vice-Presidents Cup' to see if you have qualified to compete in this competition within a competition at the End of Season Meeting at Newark Golf Club



We will be returning to the Naval Club in Mayfair on Friday November 29th, 2019, for our AGM. We have booked the same magnificent dining room that we were in last time which means that we need at least 40 Members in attendance, so please keep this date free in your Diary.  This will be our second visit to the Naval Club, arranged by one of our Committee Members, Rita Biddulph. We were made to feel most welcome by the Management Team in 2018, and the excellent lunch was served in superb surroundings, hence our returning this year. Members came from as far as Cheshire in one direction and the South Coast in the other. We felt that London was seen to be a good place to travel to either for the day or for a ‘mini break’ and as a result we had more people attend the meeting than we have had for many a year.