Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work as they are designed to do. They are also used to provide information to the owners of the site which will enable them to improve the website.
When you visit the Crail Golfing Society website the following cookies are created.
|Session cookie||PHPSESSID||Used to keep track of visitors as they navigate around the website and to control access to the Members Area.|
Additional cookies may be created by those who maintain the website when they update the site using a web browser. Only a few club members and staff are involved in the maintenance and therefore details of these cookies are not given here.
Please consider carefully the following courses of action and decide which is most appropriate for you.
If you are comfortable with cookies, just continue to browse our website. Your implied consent to accept our cookies on your computer will then be assumed.
If you are concerned about cookies but still wish to browse our website you can configure your web browser to prevent unwanted cookies being stored on your computer. The Help facility of your browser will explain what controls on cookies are available.
You can configure your browser so that it will not accept cookies. This extreme measure is not recommended; without cookies many sites will not be fully functional.
Disable cookies for our site
You should be able to configure your browser to accept cookies from all sites except for those sites which you specify are to be excluded. If cookies are disallowed for our site - specified by the domain name crailgolfingsociety.co.uk - you can still navigate around all of the public information on the site but it will not be possible to access the Members Area.
Opt-Out from Google Analytics
If you are a club member who wants to access the Members Area but are unhappy about the Google Analytics cookies, then there is a browser add-on available here which will prevent these cookies being created by any of the sites that you visit. Our site will still be able to create the Session Cookie which is needed for access to the Members Area.