Used for weekly competitions, Pennant Competitions, Dalhousie Events such as the Captains’ & Presidents’ Day and the Royal Women’s Hospital 4BBB Final, The Macedon Ranges Junior Tournament, The Gary Watts Shield and numerous other events.


Green Fees Rates

Adult – Weekday/Weekend/Public Holiday    $10.00 ALL DAY
Twilight Golf – Post 4.00 pm                  $5.00

Junior –Weekday/Weekend/Public Holiday   $5.00 ALL DAY (18&U)

Score cards and green fees’ envelopes are available at the 1st tee.

Please be aware that volunteer workers on the course may check that Green Fees have been paid.

NB: Club competitions and pennant events will have right of way over Green Fees players

Hole 1 - 162 M, Par 3

The tee, 10m x 6m, is bordered by purple and white hebe bushes. The fairway begins 65 metres from the tee.  The hole is slightly downhill with the green protected; on the front right by a long narrow bunker.  There are out of bounds areas on either side of the fairway.  A large pine tree which sat to the left of the green was struck by lightning in October 2011.  Its subsequent removal has opened this hole up quite a deal.  Recent plantings to the left of, and behind, the green will again see an increase in difficulty on this hole.

Hole 2 - 313 M, Par 4

The tee, 5m x 15m, bordered by geraniums and succulents, is located to the left a large elm tree.  The fairway begins 85 metres further on.  The hole is a slight dog-leg to the left, there is a large gum tree on the left, ~140 m from the tee, and a dam on the right, ~180 m from the tee.  The raised green is two tiered with a grassy mound on the left and native bushes on the right.

Hole 3 - 271 M, Par 4 & Women's Hole 3 - 159 m Par 3

A long, narrow tee, 5m x 20m, coming out of a chute of mature pine trees to a short, dog-leg right.  The left is OOB onto Romsey Road while the right hand side is protected by a curving line of cypress trees and many native trees.  The small green is protected by a grassy mound on the left.  The green slopes back towards the fairway, OOB begins 4 – 5 m behind the green.  Large pine trees on the left shade the green, often making this the softest green on the course.

Hole 4 - 364 M, Par 4

A large 10m x 8m tee, bordered by purple and white hebe bushes, looks down this straight hole.  There is a dam on the right ~220m from the tee.  Two grassy mounds project into the fairway from either end of the dam.  There are trees up both sides of the fairway to the green.  The green slopes back to the fairway, a dense thicket of elm and birch trees lies 20m further on, however large amounts of soil have been deposited to the west of the green and shaped into a curved mound to slow and hold long shots and to keep vehicles as far off the course as possible.

Hole 5 - 345 M, Par 4

The 5th and 12th holes play to the same green.  The 5th tee, 5m x 8m, is raised whilst the 12fth tee, 5m x 10m, is 1.5 metres lower and 20m forward, a garden of succulents, dedicated to Jim Freestone, lies between the two tees.  The hole is a dog-leg to the left, mature trees line both sides of the fairway.  The raised green is protected by large pine and gum trees on the left.  Balls striking the right edge of the green may roll down into another treed area.  Going over the back provides a difficult shot to get up onto the raised green whilst not running off the front.

Hole 6 - 335 M, Par 4

From a 5m x 8m tee bordered by purple and white hebe bushes, players hit over a dam ~85m from the tee.  There is a large gum tree  on the right of the the dam to catch any slices/hooks.  On the left are pine trees and numerous new plantings of native trees. The hole is a dog-leg to the left to  a good sized green. The corner, ~220 m from the tee, is guarded by a large pine tree and numerous native trees.  There are large pine trees on the left, and a garden immediately behind, the green.

Hole 7 - 438 M, Par 5

The first par 5 on the course.  Players hit off a long, narrow tee through a chute of mature pine trees.  There is a planting of trees ~185 from the tee on the left and a large area of long grass and tussocks on the right. Drives need to fade/draw slightly left to get around the trees, slices/hooks may well land you in thick grass.  The fairway is lined with a variety of mature and young trees.  A good second shot will land you near, or on, the sloping green.  The green slopes to the fairway and is protected by a curving grass mound that runs up and around the left side and back of the green, staying below the hole is vital.

Hole 8 - 401 M Par 4

A long par four which plays slightly down-hill.  (The 17th tee is 40 m behind the 8th tee) There is a large pine tree on the left, ~40 from the 8th tee.  Down the right  side of the fairway there are numerous large trees, younger trees line the left side of the fairway.  There are also areas of long grass and tussocks on either side of the fairway to catch errant drives.  The green is slightly raised and protected on either side by grassy mounds

Hole 9 - 377 M, Par 4

This hole is a slight dog-leg to the left.  A ~190m – 230m drive, from a 6m X 18m tee, across the boomerang shaped dam will get you close to the corner, which is protected by  native trees and a large pine tree on the right and native trees on the left.  The ball should be centre or slightly to the left on the fairway to get a good view of the flag, from there it is gentle left and 140m-170m to the green.   New trees have been planted up both sides of this fairway. The good sized green  is protected, 3m –  4m to the right of the green, by a long, curving grassy mound.  Large amounts of soil have been deposited to the west of the green and shaped into a curved mound to slow and hold long shots and to keep vehicles as far off the course as possible.

Hole 10 - 327 M, Par 4

The 10th tee, 5m x 8m, is on the left of a large elm tree and is protected from errant drives off the 1st by a mesh fence and rapidly growing Virginia Creeper.   Players drive down a narrow fairway towards a dam ~190m from the tee.  A good drive will get over the mound at the far end of the dam and give you a ~125m approach to the green.  This green is shared with hole 2.  In the future it may be possible to build a another green here similar to the double greens at St Andrews.

Hole 11 - 364 M, Par 4

A large 10m x 8m tee, bordered by purple and white hebe bushes, looks down this straight hole.  There is a dam on the right ~220m from the tee.  Two grassy mounds project into the fairway from either end of the dam.  There are trees up both sides of the fairway to the green.  The green slopes back to the fairway, a dense thicket of elm and birch trees lies 20m further on, however large amounts of soil have been deposited to the west of the green and shaped into a curved mound to slow and hold long shots and to keep vehicles as far off the course as possible.

Hole 12 - 325 M, Par 4

The 5th and 12th holes play to the same green.  The 5th tee, 5m x 8m, is raised whilst the 12fth tee, 5m x 10m, is 1.5 metres lower and 20m forward, a garden of succulents, dedicated to Jim Freestone, lies between the two tees.  The hole is a dog-leg to the left, mature trees line both sides of the fairway.  The raised green is protected by large pine and gum trees on the left.  Balls striking the right edge of the green may roll down into another treed area.  Going over the back provides a difficult shot to get up onto the raised green whilst not running off the front.

Hole 13 - 335 M, Par 4

From a 5m x 8m tee bordered by purple and white hebe bushes, players hit over a dam ~85m from the tee.  There is a large gum tree  on the right of the the dam to catch any slices/hooks.  On the left are pine trees and numerous new plantings of native trees. The hole is a dog-leg to the left to  a good sized green. The corner, ~220 m from the tee, is guarded by a large pine tree and numerous native trees.  There are large pine trees on the left, and a garden immediately behind, the green.

Hole 14 - 438 M, Par 5

The first par 5 on the course.  Players hit off a long, narrow tee through a chute of mature pine trees.  There is a planting of trees ~185 from the tee on the left and a large area of long grass and tussocks on the right. Drives need to fade/draw slightly left to get around the trees, slices/hooks may well land you in thick grass.  The fairway is lined with a variety of mature and young trees.  A good second shot will land you near, or on, the sloping green.  The green slopes to the fairway and is protected by a curving grass mound that runs up and around the left side and back of the green, staying below the hole is vital.

Hole 15 - 147 M, Par 3

The 15th tee, 5m x 7m hits slightly uphill to the largest green, on the shortest hole, on the course.  A deep bunker on the front left and a grassy knoll on the right protect the green.  There is some native grass to the right of the fairway and deep rough and many young trees on the left.  Rapidly growing trees are ~7m over the back of the green OOB is another 3m behind these trees.

Hole 16 - 188 M, Par 3

Perhaps the signature hole of the course.  A long narrow tee, 5m X 15m, hits slightly downhill to a raised green, there is an OOB area, (the length of the hole),  about 30m left of the fairway.  The fairway has a large gum tree to the right, ~100m from the green and a large gum tree just short of the green on the left.  A large pine tree sits ~7m behind green, the area immediately under this tree is often bare or covered by pine needles.   A grassy mound is situated on the right side of the green   Again, it is important to stay beneath the hole

Hole 17 - 440 M Par 5

A long par four which plays slightly down-hill.  (The 17th tee is 40 m behind the 8th tee) There is a large pine tree on the left, ~40 from the 8th tee.  Down the right  side of the fairway there are numerous large trees, younger trees line the left side of the fairway.  There are also areas of long grass and tussocks on either side of the fairway to catch errant drives.  The green is slightly raised and protected on either side by grassy mounds

Hole 18 - 360 M, Par 4

From the 5m X 15m tee you will need to drive ~220m drive to reach the corner ~160m from the green, then a sharp dog-leg to the right.  Your ball should be on the left or centre of the fairway to get a view of the green.  There is an internal Out Of Bounds (OOB) on the right hand side of the fairway.  The OOB runs from the tee to about 40m short of the green.  The NE corner and fairway feature a mixture of mature pine and native trees.  A large pine tree also sits at the SE corner.  Overly long drives often end up around this tree making for a difficult 2nd shot.  Adventerous players may take on the corner to shorten the hole, high reward but also high risk. The green is protected by a grassy mound front left, the green also slopes to the fairway as well as to the right.  A number of trees have been planted behind the green.  Large amounts of soil have been deposited to the west of the green and shaped into a curved mound to slow and hold long shots and to keep wheeled traffic as far off the course as possible.