Our Golf Course

At our picturesque 18 hole course you can enjoy a relaxing game of golf in a true bush setting. Kangaroos wander the course and bird watchers will be delighted by the wide variety of bird life attracted by our dams and creek. The course offers a good variety of flat and undulating holes with tree lined fairways and challenging greens and is an ideal course for golfers of all abilities. The course has watered greens and fairways, carefully maintained by our dedicated group of volunteers. We have a fully licensed club house which is open on weekends and available for *special event bookings*. The new course upgrade is now Par 72 for both men and women.

- Competitions -

Open to all members and visitors

Saturday - Competition tee off 9am 

Wednesday - Competition tee off 9am

Winter Season Hit off is 10am (Starting July)

Competition fee is $10

- Membership -

7 Day membership - $600

For seniors over 70 - $550 

Full time student 18yr+, University/Tafe student (student ID required) - $300

Junior / school students - $150

Hot Weather Policy 

If Adelaide's weather forecast is of 38c on competition days, the competition will be cancelled. If you do chose to play during higher temperature times, be mindful of the heat and ensure you have enough water as the clubhouse might not be open.

History 

The Club was first established in 1970 on private land as a 9 hole scrapes course. In 1976 the present land was made available to the golf club and after two years of weekend work by Foundation Life Members, 1978 saw the first playing season at the Club on a 9 hole course designed by Murray Crafter. The clubhouse was built by members in 1982 which gave members and visitors bar and catering facilities in a club with a beautiful view over the course and surrounding countryside. In the early 1990's the club had the opportunity to purchase additional adjoining land. After consultation with members and fine tuning by Brian Crafter, a plan was drawn to build the dam and alter some of the existing holes and develop new ones. 1992 saw the first playing season at the 18 hole course as it is today. Over the years the course has been continually developed to its present high standard and is a constant challenge to all golfers.