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

  • Thu 22 Feb – Veterans
    Single Stableford 123 Countdown
  • Sat 24 Feb – Weekend
    Single Stableford
  • Tue 27 Feb – Womens
    2BBB Stableford + Singles
  • Wed 28 Feb – Pro Shop
    Single Stableford
  • Thu 01 Mar – Veterans
    Single Stableford

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Last Week’s Results

  • Wed 21 Feb – Pro Shop
    Single Stableford - Results
  • Tue 20 Feb – Womens
    Single Stableford - Results
  • Sat 17 Feb – Weekend
    2 Ball Multiplier Stableford + Singles - Results
    Comp: Keith Muller(14) Geoff Collins(15) 81, Dave Goyette(20) Philip Behan(14) 81
    A: Paul Manning(9) 38, Gary Roche(2) 37
    B: Dave Silman(15) 42, Peter Grinlinton(18) 40
    C: G. Clissold(21) 39, Greg Montgomery(31) 39
    Women: Irene Robertson(26) 36
    Scratch: Luke Taylor 36
    Ball Comp: to 34cb
  • Thu 15 Feb – Veterans
    Single Stableford - Results
    Singles: Robert Percival(19) 40, David Cawthorn(23) 40, Darryl Campbell(17) 39
    Women: Connie Parrish(14) 37
    Ball Comp: to 33
  • Wed 14 Feb – Pro Shop
    Single Stableford - Results
    Comp: Greg Brown(32) 43, Ian Komma(12) 39, Paul Johnson(27) 39, Michael Collins(19) 38, Nick Skinner(29) 38, John Schott(11) 38

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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.