Club Information

Visitors

We warmly welcome green fee players who come to experience the pleasure of playing the Tarrangower Golf Course. Fee information is available here or perhaps you would like to join us at one of our tournaments.

Parking space is available for tournament and green fee players travelling in fully self contained campers.

Standard of Dress

A reasonable standard of dress is required at all times, both on the course and in the clubhouse. Singlets, beach shorts, jandals or bare feet are not considered reasonable. A change of shoes is to be worn in clubrooms (i.e. not shoes that are worn on the course). Please make every effort to comply with these standards.

Photo | Shirley Barton

Photo | Shirley Barton

Course Etiquette

Players are asked to move quickly between shots and not linger on the greens after holing out. Mark your cards whilst awaiting your turn on the tee, not on the green. Players are asked to avoid slow play by walking directly to their ball and assessing their shot while the player furthest from the hole plays his/her shot. Remember, at all times however, to respect the rights of your playing partner(s). When a lost ball or slow play holds up other players immediately following, please wave them through. Remember the lost ball rule is 5 minutes. On the green  avoid standing on your partner or opponent’s line and stand neither behind nor in front of others who are putting. When attending the flag keep feet comfortably away from the hole and avoid shadow over the putting line. Be quiet when others are putting. Do not play over the four in front and always ensure the fairway is clear, particularly on blind shots. Respect the course, replace your divots, repair your pitch marks and rake the bunker after your shot.

Important

Membership tags will be issued upon payment of subscriptions and must be attached to your golf bag. Members are reminded they are not entitled to play in club tournaments after 1st April if subs are unpaid.

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Enjoy your golf and if in doubt – ask.