Monday – 8.30am to 10am or after 12:30pm
Tuesday – 12pm onwards
Wednesday – 7am to 8.00am or after 3pm
Thursday – 7am to 8.00am or after 3pm
Friday – All day excluding last Friday of the month
Saturday – 3.00pm onwards
Sunday – Phone for availability
Monday (Medley) – 7 to 8am & 11am to 12.30pm
Tuesday (Ladies) – 8.30 to 9.30am
Wednesday (Men) – 7 to 8.15am & 11am to12.30pm
Thursday (Ladies) – 7.45am to 8.30am
Thursday (Vets) – 11am to 12.15pm
Friday (Men) – Blue Marker Last Friday of the month
7 to 8.15am & 11am to 12.30pm
Saturday (Men) – 7 to 8.15am & 11am to12.30pm
Saturday (Ladies) – 7 to 8.15am & 11am to12.30pm
Sunday (Mixed) – Every 2nd Sunday 11am to 12.00pm
Times & Prices are subject to change & bookings essentialGolf Bookings – (02) 66 801 008*protected email*
*Terms and Conditions Apply
18 Holes Visitor – $45
9 Holes Visitor – $29
9 /18 Holes Junior – $10/$15
18 Hole Special (Groups of 16+) – $35
18 Holes Part Reciprocal – $25
9 Holes Part Reciprocal – $19
Part Reciprocal Comp Fee – $35
Visitor Comp Fee – $40
Visitor Comp Fee Group of 16+ – $35
Blue Marker Comp Fee – $35
Monthly Green Fee – $290
Fortnightly Green Fee – $190
Weekly Green Fee – $120
Unlimited Walking Golf After 2pm – $20*
Mid-Week Package (Twin Share) – $59.00 p/p(Tuesday to Friday + Sunday from middayIncludes: 18 holes, cart & lunch)$16 charge will apply to groups with odd numbers*
18 Holes – $38
9 Holes – $26
Pull Buggy – $4
18 Holes $25 – 9 Holes $15
The Club has adopted a pace of play policy that is applicable to all players whether in competition or playing socially. The policy can be viewed in full on the Club’s noticeboard in the breezeway near the pro shop, or at the following link Pace of Play
The two key elements of the policy are that:
– no round of golf should exceed 4 hours and 20 minutes;
– if a group falls more than a hole behind the group in front, it should abandon the “honour system” when teeing off, and play “ready golf” until such time as they have caught up to within a hole of the group in front.
Access to, and egress from bunkers should be from the flat approach to any bunker, or from the side, provided that the slope at the side of a bunker is not too pronounced. Under no circumstances should bunker access or egress be made up/down the steep slopes that are often at the front of bunkers.
It is the responsibility of every player to properly rake the footmarks they create in any bunker.
Bunker rakes should be left in the flat area of a bunker in the direction of play.
Golfers practicing on the course outside of competition may play no more than two balls.
No more than two players and their clubs may be carried in any cart.
The number of carts per time slot is restricted to two, unless prior authority is obtained from the Board or from the General Manager, or unless a particular competition requires more than four persons per time slot.
Carts cannot be driven or parked: on tees; contrary to cart signs; in areas marked GUR; or, within 10 metres of any green.
Sand buckets should be carried and used as required by all players.
Where a clean layer of turf is removed in playing a shot, it should be collected and replaced, and tamped down with the players shoe.
If a turf sod breaks up in playing a shot, the divot should be filled with sand and smoothed level with the surrounding fairway, so as not to cause later damage to fairway mower blades.