An 18 Hole all weather links style course. The South Coast’s Hidden Gem.

  • Men 5,562m | Par 71 | Rated 70 | Slope 127
  • Women 5,052m | Par 72 | Rated 73 | Slope 131

Annual Membership Fees 2018

  • Playing Membership $570
  • Gold Membership $730
  • Student Membership $50
  • Junior Membership $20

This Week’s Competitions

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Last Week’s Results

  • Tue 11 Dec – Womens
    9 Holes Novelty Presentation Day - Results
    Staples Street Shoalhaven Heads NSW 2535
    Women: Club Championship
    Div 1 Gross: Women's Club Champion 2018: Peta Maerchant, and Runner Up: Tara Mackie
    Div 1 Net: Winner: Marie Miller, and Runner Up: Di Knoll
    Div 2 Gross: Winner: Irene Swyer, and Runner Up: Louise Barnes
    Div 2 Net: Winner: Janet Bowden, and Runner Up: Beth Dick
    Women: Country Vets Championship
    Div 1 Gross: Sharon McCarthy
    Div 1 Net: Connie Parrish
    Div 2 Gross: Irene Swyer
    Div 2 Net: Pauline Delany
    Div 3 Gross: Robyn Bartlett
    Div 3 Net: Barbie Smith
    Result: Senior Vet: Blanche Voysey
    Women: Marj Bradd Vets Shield Winner: Gail Hughes; 2nd Peta Merchant; 3rd Suzie Collins
    Women: Mabel Mackenzie Brooch
    Div 1: Pat Mackie
    Div 2: Gai Richardson
    Div 3: Di Murray
    Result: Senior Vet; Pat Rea
    Women: Jill Gumley Shield: Gai Richardson
    Women: Putting Winner: Louise Barnes and Tara Mackie
    Women: Match Play Winner: Marie Miller
    Women: Captain's Choice encouragement Award: Lorraine Rowe
    Women: Round Robin Captain: Gail Hughes
    Women: Pennant Captain: Vicki Askew
    Women: Foursomes Champions: Tara Mackie and Di Knoll
    Women: Golf NSW Medal
    Div 1: Suzie Collins
    Div 2: Gail Hughes
    Div 3: Gai Richardson
    Result: Weekend Div: Di Knoll
    Women: Medal of Medals: Suzie Collins
    Women: Eclectic Winners
    Div 1: Tara Mackie and Pat Mackie
    Div 2: Gail Hughes
    Div 3: Pat Rea
    Women: Gobbler winner: Tara Mackie and Gai Richardson
    Women: Birdie winner: Tara Mackie
  • Sat 08 Dec – Weekend
    Single Stroke Medal of Medals - Results
    Staples Street Shoalhaven Heads NSW 2535
    Tournament: Medal of Medals winners are
    A Grade Net: Lee Maddinson
    B Grade Net: Rod Elliott
    C Grade Net: Scott Puckeridge
    Comp: The December 2018 Monthly Medal results are shown below
    A Grade Net: Lee Maddinson (8) 80/72, Steve Hancock (7) 79/72
    B Grade Net: Scott Puckeridge (17) 86/69, Colin Waller (16) 85/69
    C Grade Net: Stephen Davidson (24) 88/64, Bob Nagle (21) 92/71
    Div 1: Melise Fanning (35) 106/71
    Scratch: Ian Asbury 74 strokes
    Ball Comp: 77 c/b
    Result: Nearest the Pin: Harry Delany (11th), Blygh Herron (15th)
    Result: Drive and Pitch: Charlie Swyer (14th)
  • Thu 06 Dec – Veterans
    Single Stableford - Hams Day - Results
    Staples Street Shoalhaven Heads NSW 2535
    Comp: Paul Hawker(18) 42, Colin Murphy(20) 42, Bruce Hammond(23) 41, Dennis McColl(33) 40, Kevin Higgins(33) 40, David Wilson(19) 40
    Ball Comp: 34
    Comp: NTP: Irene Robertson(11th) Ron Thomas(11th) Ian Gordon(15th)..D&P: Barbara Franklin(8), Felicity Percival(10th), Terry Moylan(12th
  • Wed 05 Dec – Pro Shop
    2BBB Stableford + Singles - Results
    Staples Street Shoalhaven Heads NSW 2535
    Div 1: Rod Elliott(11) 38, George Vlato(9) 38, Max Lamond(17) 37
    Div 2: Arthur Hadley(21) 44, Charlie Swyer(26) 43, Mark Hill*24) 42
    Ball Comp: 36
    Comp: NTP: Clarrie Howes(11th), Brendon Miller(14th), Clarrie Howes(15th)
  • Tue 04 Dec – Womens
    Single Stableford - Results
    Staples Street Shoalhaven Heads NSW 2535
    Div 1: Marilyn Schott(17) 40, Gail Hughes(25) 37
    Div 2: Jeanne Salway(31) 35, Dianne Watt(42) 33
    Ball Comp: 31
    Comp: D&P: Irene Swyer(10th) Jill Simister(10th), Long Drive: Irene Swyer(14th) Barbara Franklin(14th)

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Visitors Welcome

Shoalhaven Heads Golf Club is situated in the seaside village of Shoalhaven Heads approximately two (2) hours drive south of Sydney.

The course is bounded by Coolangatta Mountain in the west and Pacific Ocean in the east. It’s just a ten minute drive to the historic town of Berry where cafes and specialist shops delight the tourist.

A further thirty minute drive south and you are in the world renowned Jervis Bay where dolphin and whale watching charters are popular and beaches boast the whitest sands in the world.