Club Information

Administration Office – Phone: 99481900

Pro Shop – Phone: 9949 2057

Club Professional – Matthew Partridge

Golf & Teaching Professional – Matthew Partridge

  • Golf tee time enquiries
  • Social golf times
  • Timesheet enquiries
  • Starter for Competition (on the day)
  • Professional Shop

Reciprocal Club’s:

Blackheath Golf Club, NSW tel: 4787 8406

Whangamata Golf Club

2845 Waihi Road, Whangamata, New Zealand


  • Patron – Ron Asser
  • President – Bill Colwell
  • Senior Vice President – Don Garrett
  • Vice Presidents – Mary Conway & Michael Cook
  • Captain – Ian Rigby
  • Vice Captain – Lee Harrison (Greens Committee Chairperson)
  • Hon. Treasurer – Allan Cook


  • Mr B Eaton, Mr A Simpson, Mr T Bourke
  • Mrs M Painter, Mrs M Clarke, Mrs J Loveridge


  • Ms D McDonald


All complaints must be made in writing to the Secretary/Manager who, if unable to satisfy the complaint, shall submit the complaint to the relevant committee or to the Board of Directors.  Members are not to question or challenge staff at the Golf Club.  All questions or complaints should be directed to the Secretary/Manager.


Golf is a sport of great tradition characterised by golfers’ exemplary behaviour and fair play.  No unsportsmanlike behaviour will be tolerated and golfers must abide by the written and unwritten rules.  Unacceptable behaviour includes:

  • Loss of temper
  • Verbal abuse of officials or players
  • Deliberately distracting or provoking opponents
  • Throwing Clubs
  • Shouting, swearing or making unnecessary noise
  • Cheating in any form including manipulating scores and moving a ball to improve its lie
  • Damaging or lettering the course
  • Intoxiated behaviour


Dress of Members, guests and visitors and green fee players must be neat and tidy at all times.  Not acceptable dress attire on the golf course and in the Clubhouse are:

  • Football jumpers
  • thongs or sandles not suitable for playing golf
  • Shorts for gym nature or any abbreviated shorts or tracksuits
  • Sun tops/singlets
  • Torn clothing

Any persons not dressed appropriately may be refused permission to use the course and clubhouse facilities.