All the golf information you need to know about playing at 13th Beach Golf Links.
With the luxury of two courses, each day one course is set aside for members and the other is available for public access. The courses alternate each day which means both members and visitors enjoy the different challenges each course presents. We’re a modern club, and we welcome everyone to play together.
International Green Fee Rates
Beach Course 18 Holes – $250.00 Junior – $135.00
Creek Course 18 Holes – $200.00 Junior – $110.00
All Day Rate – $350.00
Note – all charges in Australian Dollars
Australian Visitors may avail the following green fee rates –
|Green Fees effective 1st November 2019||Weekend||Weekday|
|Visitor Rate 18 hole||$105||$90|
|Juniors (under 18) 18 holes||$55||$45|
|Green Fees effective 1st February 2020||Weekend||Weekday|
|Visitor Rate 18 hole||$115||$95|
|Juniors (under 18) 18 holes||$55||$45|
Weekend rates apply on all public holidays as well as 7 days a week from 26th December 2019 until 31st January 2020 inclusive and Monday of the Melbourne Cup long weekend.
Twilight green fee rates are also available for reduced rates from 3pm during daylight savings and 2pm outside of daylight savings and must be booked online to take advantage of these rates.
Both our golf courses and Clubhouse are strictly no BYO alcohol.
Electric cart 18 holes – $45
Electric cart 9 holes – $25
Pull buggy hire – $5
Callaway Club hire – $40
Cleavland Club hire – $35
*club hire based on availability
To book or for more information please contact us.
36 Hole Golf Rates
Midweek: $120 per person / per day
Weekend: $150 per person / per day
Electric Carts: $65.00 per cart / per day
* Please call the Golf Shop to check course availability – (03) 5254 2922
Daily Handicap Look up charts
Unless the golf courses are deemed unplayable or closed for play, refunds will not be issued.
Etiquette & Dress Codes
We are a modern club and simply ask our players to respect a neat casual dress code with; collared shirts or polos, tailored trousers, skirts or shorts and soft spike golf shoes or flat soled runners.
The following are not acceptable items of dress:
Football or sporting type shorts.
Shirts without collars (an exception applies to women’s attire and shirts that are specifically designed for golf).
Track suit pants/tops or any type of gymnasium attire.
Thongs, sandals, or bare feet.
Draw string pants or shorts.
Cargo shorts and pants, or pants with external side pockets on the trouser legs.
Metal spikes are not permitted.
Players must carry and use a sand bucket and repair all divots.
Bunkers must be raked and pitch marks on the greens repaired.
You can help by:
Repairing plug marks on greens
Raking bunkers after use
Carrying a sand bucket and replace and repair divots
Not littering the course
Obeying directional signs, yellow lines and hoop placements
To ensure an enjoyable game for everyone a round of golf should be completed in 4 hours (Stableford or Par) or 4 hours 15 minutes (Stroke). Stroke must not be played during social play. Players are expected to consider others and call the following group through if they fall behind the speed of play.
You can help everyone’s game ‘flow’ if you remember:
There are other players on the course apart from yourself
To call following players through when a ball is ‘lost.
To be ready to play your shot when it is your turn.
Commencement of Play
All players are required to report to the Golf Shop 15 minutes prior to commencing their round of golf.
Remove any loose turf from the affected area.
Knock in all sides of the edge of the divot with your club or your shoe.
Correctly mend divot.
Always start at the back of the mark and push forward with the repairer.
Use repairer around all sides and slowly ease turf toward the centre of the mark. Do not lift the soil upwards.
Lightly tap down with putter.
Your completed repair should look like this.
Handling the Flag
Don’t drop the flagstick on the putting surface as it will cause damage.
Always lower the flagstick by club
….or by hand.
Avoid damage to surrounds by placing the stick in the centre of the cup.
Players are requested NOT to use their putter to remove their golf ball from the hole.