Otago Golf Club

Members and visitors

We welcome all visitors to our course and recommend that a tee time is arranged with the Pro Shop. Players are asked to be neatly attired when playing the course and using our club rooms.

TEE BOOKINGS

Tee bookings are recommended for all players and visitors

Tee bookings can be made:

  • At the Pro Shop, 125 Balmacewen Road
  • On ph +64 3 467 2096 ext 1
  • Affiliated members may book via the tee booking function on Dot Golf NZ
  • Or email us at info@otagogolfclub.co.nz

COURSE AVAILABILTY

The Otago Golf Club welcomes visitors, although we recommend that an enquiry is made to ensure that the Course is available.

On some days there are permanent Course reservations, such as.

  • Otago Golf Club Women: Tuesday mornings - 9.00am to 9.45am
  • Otago Golf Club Veteran Men: Thursday mornings - 9.45am to 10.30am
  • Midweek Businessmen: Starting tee reserved Wednesdays - 11.00am to 1.15pm
  • Full Playing Members and Weekend Women: Saturdays - all day to 5pm

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

Download our membership form

The subscriptions for the year to 28 February, 2018, including GST, are:

Full Playing $1,140
Corporate Member $1,700
Member for Life - Individual $25,000
Member for Life - Corporate $29,400
Member for Life - Couple $46,000
Associate $925
Women Member $925
Non-Playing $80
Country  $270
School Children $170
Junior Full Playing (under 18 years) $275
Flexible Member (conditions apply) $450
Age 18-24 (Includes University students) $420
Age 25-29 $495
Age 30-34 $710
Winter & Summer Ass $565 F/P $705
Nine Hole Ass $565 F/P $705
Introduction - 6 Months only Ass $290 F/P $360

GREEN FEES RATES FOR 2014/2015

School Pupils $15
Students (with ID) $30
Member Guest $40
Affiliated Member $55
Non-Affiliated Member/Overseas $80
9 Holes Affiliated $30
Flexible Members $15

Cart Hire (non-members) $40
Cart Hire (members) $30
Cart Hire (9 Holes) $20

Hire Clubs $45
Hire Trundlers (battery) $10
Hire Trundlers (pull) $5
Hire Trundlers (bucket) $6

Photo ID maybe requested from members who have reciprocal rights.

We hope you enjoy our Championship Course.

Men's, women’s and left-hand sets available.

Prices are inclusive of GST and current as at May 2018.


COURSE RULES

The Rules of Golf are available to members in booklet form and online.

All players must acquaint themselves with and observe the Rules of Golf.

Local Rules are printed on official scorecards of the club, and/or posted on the notice board outside the Pro Shop. All players must acquaint themselves with and observe these Rules.

Care of the course

It is essential that players make every endeavour to ensure the course is kept in top order by co-operating as follows:

  • Keep to paths where they are provided.
  • Do not walk through areas closed off by greens staff.
  • Carefully replace divots on fairways and rough.
  • Carefully rake bunkers after playing bunker shots. Rakes to be placed in centre of bunkers away from line of ball flight.
  • Don’t take trundlers between greens and greenside bunkers.
  • Carefully repair pitch marks on greens using a pitch mark repairing tool.
  • Avoid standing close to the hole while attending, removing or replacing the flagstick.
  • Don’t remove balls from the hole using the blade of a club.
  • Observe current policies and notices regarding the use of golf carts.
  • Ensure all rubbish is put in the containers provided at each tee.
  • Ensure cigarette butts are not left on or around the course, and are disposed of properly.

Carts are permitted on the course at the discretion of the greenkeepers. There are times when cart use will cause damage to the course and we thank you in advance for accepting the decision of the greens staff or club officials regarding cart use. Please check course signage or with the Pro Shop regarding the use of carts on the day.

DRESS CODE

To avoid any embarassment, we ask that you note the Club's Dress Code:

  • Players are asked to be neatly attired when playing the Course and when in the Clubhouse. Dress jeans, walk shorts and collared tee shirts are acceptable.
  • Examples of dress considered inappropriate are: beachwear, football wear, sign-written tee shirts, and jandals.
  • The Pro Shop, General Manager and Club Captain have the right to refuse players who do not meet an acceptable dress standard.
  • Please note that we are a soft-spike course.

Contact

Otago Golf Club
125 Balmacewen Rd
Dunedin, 9010, New Zealand

+64 3 467 2096

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