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

  • Tue 24 Apr – Womens
    2 Ball Aggregate Stableford + Singles
  • Wed 25 Apr – Pro Shop
    Single Stableford
  • Thu 26 Apr – Veterans
    Single Par
  • Sat 28 Apr – Weekend
    Single Stableford
  • Tue 01 May – Womens
    Single Stroke Monthly Medal

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Last Week’s Results

  • Sun 22 Apr – Weekend
    Stoney Creek 3 Ball - Results
  • Sat 21 Apr – Weekend
    2 BBB V PAR + Singles - Results
    Comp: Smurf(Ken) Smith(29)-Paul Davies(22) +12, Peter Connor(8)-Graeme Hickie(18) +10
    A: James Eagle(12) +5, Robert Anderson(8) +3
    B: Matthew Oldham(14) +3, Brett Herron(19) +2
    C: Robert Edgerly(24) +6, Paul Hawker(20) +4
    Women: Glenys Jones(29) Sq.
    Ball Comp: to -1
  • Thu 19 Apr – Veterans
    Single Stableford - Results
    Div 1: Mick Atfield(12) 42, Trevor Duncan(13) 41, Paul Hawker(21) 39
    Div 2: Bob Wannell(34) 40, Noel Schnieder(30) 38, Gary Miller(26) 37
    Women: Irene Robertson(26) 33
    Ball Comp: to 33
  • Wed 18 Apr – Pro Shop
    Single Stableford - Results
    A: Bluey Everest(8) 39, David Banwell(4) 39, Josh Francis(6) 39, Dennis Potter(15) 38
    B: Robert Cooke(29) 41, Gary Miller(27) 40, Stephen Chegwidden(21) 37, Warren Long(20) 37
  • Tue 17 Apr – Womens
    Single Stableford - Results
    Div 1: Vicki Askew (23) 35, Maureen Latimer (25) 34
    Div 2: Maureen Hollis (28) 36, Patricia Rea (37) 31
    Div 3: Diane Watt (45) 32, Elizabeth Dick (45) 28
    Ball Comp: to 31

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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.