New for 2021 - The County Card goes Digital! 

From 2021 onwards the County Card can now only be obtained via the igcounty app, which can be downloaded via the menu link to the right of this page if using a laptop or desktop, or the bottom of the page if using a smartphone. The app works on both Apple and Android devices.

The app also offers a host of other features, including news, upcoming and past competitions, contact details and County contact details.

Brief Summary

The County Card Scheme, open only to members of affiliated golf clubs, was launched in 2009. The card holder is entitled to receive reduced green fees at host participating clubs. The usual reduction is to the Members Guest Rate and in some cases lower than that price. In 2014 the name was changed to its current, Hertfordshire Golf National Passport. This is in order to highlight the national aspect of the scheme and specifically that the scheme is not just restricted for use within Hertfordshire.

There are now more than 1300 clubs in England in the scheme - to see a full list of clubs (with the exception of Norfolk - see below) please click here to visit the BB&O County website who administer the scheme nationally. 

For additional Norfolk clubs on the scheme please click here to view.

Please note that the only English County not involved with the scheme is Suffolk. 

Regulations

The card/passport MUST be produced as proof of identity BY EACH PLAYER to obtain this concession. Passport holders may generally play at least once per year at any of the Host Clubs on the list (some clubs may allow more than one visit). Restrictions on time and day of the week may apply. The Passport card may generally only be used for groups of up to 4 players, and not be used in connection with larger groups or societies.

Please note that the Herts Golf National Passport is provided free of charge to all Hertfordshire Golf affiliated members as part of their annual county affiliation fee.