Nudgee Golf Club

Social Golf

SOCIAL GREEN FEES

Bay Golf Course

  • 18 Holes Monday to Friday - $40 pp
  • 9 Holes Monday to Friday - $24 pp
  • 18 Holes Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays - $45 pp
  • 9 Holes Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays - $27 pp
  • 9 or 18 Holes School student with id - $15 pp

Brook or Gateway Golf Course

  • 18 Holes Monday to Friday - $30 pp
  • 9 Holes Monday to Friday - $24 pp
  • 18 Holes Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays - $35 pp 
  • 9 Holes Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays - $27 pp
  • 9 or 18 Holes School student with id - $15 pp

HIRE EQUIPMENT

  • 9 or 18 Holes Set of Hire Golf Clubs with pull buggy - $20 each
  • 9 or 18 Holes Pull buggy - $5 each
  • 18 Holes Motorised Golf Cart Hire - $40 each
  • 9 Holes Motorised Golf Cart Hire - $25 each

*Dress Regulations

Gentlemen

  • Collared Shirts or golf skivvies must have a collar with long or short sleeves. Shirts must be worn inside waistband unless specifically designed for wearing outside slacks or shorts. (Ordinary T-shirts, singlets, tanktops or football jerseys etc. are not permitted).
  • Tailored slacks or tailored shorts must be worn with (a) sports socks, predominantly white in colour or (b) long socks, fully extended at all times. (Football shorts and socks, boxer shorts, board shorts are not permitted).
  • Covered footwear must be worn at all times.  Within the clubhouse shoes normally worn without socks are acceptable. (eg. Deck shoes). Socks must be worn while on course.
  • Hats, caps or visors are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse.

MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR NEAT ATTIRE AT ALL TIMES AND ARE REQUESTED TO ENSURE THAT THEIR GUESTS ARE AWARE OF OUR MINIMUM DRESS REGULATIONS.

Ladies

  • Collared Shirts must be worn inside waistband unless the shirt is tailored and fitted for wear outside. (No singlets or backless tops).
  • Tailored slacks, skirts and divided skirts and tailored shorts of suitable length worn with socks. (No lycra shorts or bike pants).
  • Proper and appropriate footwear to be worn at all times. 
  • Hats, caps or visors are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse.

THE GENERAL MANAGER OR HIS NOMINEE HAS SOLE DISCRETION IN DETERMINING IF DRESS STANDARDS ARE BEING MET.


Visitors

Visitors are welcome to play at Nudgee Golf Club 7 days a week. Although bookings are not essential, we recommend you contact us on 07 3267 5885 for all bookings on weekends and public holidays, alternatively visit our online golf booking system for social and open competition golf bookings

http://nudgee.miclub.com.au/cms/public-bookings/

Please follow our dress requirements and display course etiquette at all times. Contact our pro shop for selected hire equipment.

NUDGEE GOLF CLUB PACE OF PLAY POLICY

MEMBER’ S RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Introduction

This Policy is to ensure competition rounds are played in an appropriate manner to make golf more enjoyable for everyone, by:

 Ensuring players keep pace with the group ahead;

 Establishing inside 4 hours 20 minutes as the target time for a 4-player group to complete an 18 hole competition round;

 Introducing, educating and enforcing ready golf standards;

 Highlighting timesaver hints;

Monitoring pace of play and Enforcing Rule 6-7.

Monitoring time of starting and Enforcing Rule 6-3

The Rules of Golf states:

The Committee may establish pace of play guidelines that all players should follow. It is a group’s responsibility to keep up with the group in front.

The initial objective is very clear - Keep Pace with the group ahead

From Rule 6-7. Undue Delay; Slow Play:

The player shall play without undue delay and in accordance with any pace of play guidelines which may be laid down by the Committee.

2. Target Time – Inside 4 hours 20 minutes.

At Nudgee Golf Club it is expected that all competition rounds should be completed inside 4 hours 20 minutes. The responsibility will lie with the first groups teeing off to ensure they ‘lead’ the field at a suitable pace to achieve the Target TimeFrom time to time circumstances may negatively influence the actual time taken; yet all efforts should be made to meet the Target Time inside 4 hours 20 minutes.

3. Target Interval – 8 minutes

The starting interval time between groups will be eight (8) minutes. It is expected that all groups maintain the interval time of eight (8) minutes with the group ahead throughout the round. From time to time circumstances may cause the interval time to exceed eight minutes; however all effort should be made to catch up with the group in front.

4. Ready Golf

If a group is not Keeping Pace with the group ahead, it is expected that they will adopt Ready Golf until they have ‘caught up’ with the players ahead.

Quite simply, Ready Golf is a common sense approach to play the ball when ready:

 Dismiss all honours;

 Don’t wait for others before approaching the tee and hitting;

 Proceed to your ball as quickly as possible, including those in carts;

 Play the ball as soon as it is safe to do so.

Each player should play when ready, as long as doing so will not interfere with others, especially on the tee. Shorter hitters can often hit first, especially on the tee.

5. Monitor & Enforce

It is considered a player’s responsibility to be attentive to their pace of play. Under no circumstances shall the player approach, confront or abuse the monitor.

The process for dealing with members that breach Rule 6-7 is as follows:

STAGE 1 – Approach the player(s) involved and verbally advise that they are behind and that every action should be taken to reduce the gap.

STAGE 2 – Record the names in that group. If, within a six (6) week period, a player’s name is noted two (2) times, the player(s) will be approached by the Club Captain who will ask for the player’s help to speed up play and any issues recorded and addressed.

STAGE 3 – Should a player be in “out of position” and “over time” groups three (3) times within twelve (12) weeks of monitoring, the player will be notified by letter sent from the Club Captain, asking for the player’s co-operation to improve their pace of play.

STAGE 4 – If, over twelve (12) weeks of monitoring, a player is monitored in a slow group four (4) or more times, the player will be requested to explain in writing to the Match Committee. The Match Committee may choose to meet the member and may make recommendations to the Board for disciplinary action.

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