Club Hire & Fees
The course is a composite 18 holes, with alternate tees (17) and greens (12) on ten fairways.
Comprises 3 x Par 3, 12 x Par 4 and 3 x Par 5’s over a distance of 5476 metres.
1. Out of Bounds (27-1)
Those areas beyond any fence or black tipped white pegs.
2.Hazards (Rule 26)
Lateral Water Hazards – Red Pegs
Water Hazards – Yellow Pegs
3. For temporary local rules refer to noticeboard before teeing off.
1. Carry a sand bucket and repair any damage.
2. Rake bunkers after use and place rake in bunker with handle facing down the fairway.
All Hats, Caps and Beanies to be removed when entering the Clubhouse except for medical or religious reasons.
No Bare Feet.
No offensive clothing that shows disrespect to all genders and religions.
Visitors are also welcome to join with club members who play a chicken run (handicap stableford) with hit off times on Wednesdays 9.30am and 3.00pm and Fridays 3.00pm, and/or participate in the club’s weekly competition which commences at 11.00am every Saturday.
Club Hire & Fees
NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED
Visitors to the island are most welcome to play on the course. The clubhouse is currently open:
- Wednesday, 10am to late.
- Thursday, 10am to late
- Friday, 10am to late
- Saturday, 9am to late.
- Sunday, 9am to late.
Club hire – $10.00
Green Fees – 9 Holes $40.00, 18 Holes $50.00 (price includes buggy hire)
Golf balls and tees are also available. If you have your own clubs and equipment, green fees can be paid at the entrance to the clubhouse.
All players are reminded to carry a sand bucket at all times during their round. Buckets are available opposite the men’s first tee at the club house.
Visitors are also welcome to join with club members who play a chicken run (handicap stableford) with hit off times on Wednesdays 9.30 am and 3.00 pm and Fridays 3.00 pm, and/or participate in the club’s weekly competition which commences at 11.00 am every Saturday.
Golf was first played at Currie in 1910 when about 30 enthusiasts engaged in the game for a period when the grass was short enough to enjoy the sport without it deteriorating into a game of “find the ball”.
The King Island Golf Club was formed in 1931 and moved to its current location in 1932.
A bowling green was established in 1959 and the two sporting clubs amalgamated that year to form the King Island Golf and Bowling Club.
Lawn bowls are played on Thursdays at 4.00pm (social bowls) and Saturdays are competition days commencing at 1.00pm (weather depending) from mid September through to the end of March.
Visitors are most welcome and Mark Reed (Bowls Captain) will organize a game for those keen to have a roll and also make you feel at home.
Contact the King Island Golf & Bowling Club for further information. Please phone (03) 6462 1126