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FAQ’s

Been scrolling and clicking around our website but haven’t been able to find the information you were looking for?

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions below to find some additional information about the Club, how it works and how you can make sure you experience it at its best.

Still have questions? We’d love to hear from you and are always happy to help.

Give us a call on 07 4946 1190, email or drop in and chat to our friendly Green Team.

PAR 3 FAQ’s

The Club Manager has the full authority to manage the Club and anything related to the course, range and Clubhouse Café. Members and visitors must obey the manager’s instructions at all times.

Yes, however we have some special ones as well. Click here to view the rules.

Generally, first tee-off on the course is at 8am, last tee-off is at 5pm. The range is open from day break to dusk.

Bookings for tee slots are required via our online booking system. To book a round of golf click here.

No, we have clubs available for hire for just $5 in the pro shop if you don’t have your own.

No, you can only take three clubs onto the course. Most people take a pitching wedge, sand iron and putter.

Sensible casual clothes are fine. The manager has full authority to determine the dress code and make decisions on suitability. Enclosed, flat-soled shoes are required for play on the course.

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Opening Hours

8am - 5pm Daily

PLEASE NOTE

Our Course may be closed at short notice during the wet season if deemed unplayable. Please call ahead if planning your visit in wet weather conditions.

Last Tee Off 30mins prior to club closing.

* Our Course and Clubhouse Café may open outside regular hours by special arrangement or for private functions and events.

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