Please take the opportunity to enjoy a round at our beautiful golf course. Tee times can be accommodated 7 days a week – please contact the Pro Shop for assistance in organising your playing times.
All our Club competitions are open to visiting members. Saturdays and Wednesdays are Men’s competition days. Our Ladies compete on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Veterans (men) on Mondays, and we have a Mixed competition on Sundays. Social play is available daily around competition times.
Please click below for golf enquiries, however please note that email is not constantly monitored – so for immediate response to questions – please call the Pro Shop directly on 6685 6977
We recommend that any enquiries for golf for the current week are best handled via telephone, please call the Pro Shop on 02 6685 6977 or 6685 6470 (select 1 for golf bookings).
We cater for golf groups of all sizes. Please contact the Pro Shop to talk to our professional staff about your specific needs, or fill in the enquiry form to the left.
Visitors Fees: 18 holes: $55 / 9 holes: $30
Discounted rates ($45 for 18 holes and $28 for 9 holes)
Monday : Before 10.30am or After 1.00pm.
Tuesday : Available all day – Phone Pro Shop for tee time.
Wednesday : 9 holes Before 10.00am or After 3.15pm 18 holes Before 8.00am (1st tee)
Thursday : Available all day – Phone Pro Shop for tee time.
Friday : Available all day – Phone Pro Shop for tee time.
Saturday : 9 holes Before 10.00am or After 3.15pm 18 holes Before 8.00am (!st tee)
Sunday : Available all day – Phone Pro Shop for tee time
Please note this is a guide only and you should direct all enquires to Greg Stewart who will look at all practical times to get social groups on the course
Club Member $11-$14 – depending on competition
NRDGA Member $20+ Comp Fee
All others $30+ Comp Fee
9 Holes $24
18 Holes $38 (members $28)
Private Cart $20
Club Hire $30 for 18 Holes; $25 for 9 Holes
Pull Buggy $5
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A great opening hole! The elevated tee allows you to see what is ahead. Avoid going left on your tee shot. Your approach shot is uphill and needs to hold the green – so careful club selection is needed.
A dog-leg left with an extreme back-to-front sloping green. Your tee shot needs to find the corner and again avoid going left. The approach shot is uphill to a tricky green with bunkers at front left – take note of the pin position and try to stay below the hole
Short hole – but extremely challenging. There are no good spots if you miss the green, though short is best.
This is our signature hole: a Par 5 tight driving hole from an elevated tee with views of the ocean. The key to making a score here is where to position yourself for your shot to the green. It’s a huge green with lots of undulations and virtually surrounded by water. It is also probably our quickest green!
Back-to-back Par 5s and this hole is completely different to the one you just walked off. The fairway narrows as you progress towards the green which is small and narrow. Again try and keep your ball below the hole.
Position off the tee is critical for this dog-leg left Par 4. Hit towards the red 100 metre marker and from there you can see the green. The long hitters (only!) may try to drive the green by cutting the corner over the Norfolk pines.
A great driving hole with once again ocean views. Longer hitters may need to aim towards the left tree-line as the sloping fairway will bring the ball back to the middle.
A good Par 3 guarded with bunkers on the right and grass hollows on the left. The green is deeper than you think.
A super hole! A demanding tee shot with water to the right of the fairway so aim for the mounds. Your approach shot is uphill to a generous, but sloping, green. Careful club selection here as long is not good.
Rated number one for the men. A straight tee shot is critical as a hazard runs along the left of the fairway and out of bounds guards the practise fairway on the right. Club selection will depend on which tee box you hit from – the water straight ahead is reachable for the longer hitters. For your approach to the green missing to the right is safe.
A shortish Par 4 but don’t let this fool you. The small green sits across the fairway, with water left. Hit for the middle of the green rather than at the flag.
Like the 11th, don’t be fooled by the length here. You must hit the fairway – which tends to slope right. The green sits across the fairway in the reverse angle to the previous hole. Attempt to hit to the front third of this green.
Straight Par 4 although balls will roll to the right of the fairway. The right rough is OK from the tee. A long green allows you to run your approach shot.
A super Par 3 with water to the right, out of bounds left and a smallish green guarded by bunkers front right and back left. Avoid missing the green to the right – short left is the safe option. Club selection is vital here and be aware of the wind direction.
A Par 5 with a lateral hazard down the right which is reachable from the tee, so aim for the mounds down the left side of the fairway. Then aim to the right of the fairway bunker so you can approach any pin position. A large green has bunkers in front, both left and right.
From the back teeing ground this is a difficult hole. Longer hitters can cut off some of the corner to the left. Hit for the corner and then you have a shot to an elevated green. Club selection is vital and although the green is big it slopes back-to-front so take notice of the pin position.
A not-so-short Par 3. Hit for the centre of the green. If the pin is tucked behind the bunker on the left, don’t let your ego get in the way!
A good potentially frustrating hole to finish! It’s a generous driving hole with the trouble more at the green. Your approach shot is to an elevated green, well-guarded by bunkers and with a natural slope from the right.