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Nudgee Golf Club is a unique golf complex situated on the north side of Brisbane and is just 12 kilometres from the CBD. Nudgee is ideally located on the Gateway Arterial, and just 10 minutes from Brisbane Domestic & International airports. There is ample accommodation within a 5 minute drive from the club. Our club boasts 27 holes with 3 different 18 hole combinations. You will find our grassed area Driving Range and three putting greens ideal for perfecting your game before hitting the fairways.

 

 

Monday 1st June 2020

BAY - Mixed Single Stableford


Saturday 30th May 2020

BAY - Mens Single Stableford

BAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Friday 29th May 2020

BAY - Mens Single Stableford

BAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Saturday 23rd May 2020

BAY - Mens Single Stableford

BAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Friday 22nd May 2020

BAY - Mens Single Stableford

BAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Saturday 16th May 2020

BAY - Mens Single Stableford

BAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Friday 15th May 2020

BAY - Mixed Single Stableford


Saturday 9th May 2020

BAY - Mixed Single Stableford


Friday 8th May 2020

BAY - Medley Single Stableford


Tuesday 28th April 2020

BAY - Medley Single Stableford


Monday 27th April 2020

BAY - Medley Single Stableford


Sunday 26th April 2020

BAY - Medley Single Stableford


Saturday 25th April 2020

BAY - Medley Single Stableford


COVID-19.      CLUB CLOSED 22/3/2020 until 23/4/2020


Saturday 21st March 2020

GATEWAY - Members Single Stableford

BROOK - Members Single Stableford PT

BAY - Members Single Stableford PT

GATEWAY - Ladies Single Stroke


Friday 20th March 2020

GATEWAY - Mens Single Stroke - City Golf & Motel Super Challenge

GATEWAY - Ladies Single Stroke - City Golf & Motel Super Challenge


Thursday 19th March 2020

BROOK - Nudgee 9 Single Stableford Holes 19-27


NTP's REMOVED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19, BALL RUNDOWN INCREASED 


Wednesday 18th March 2020

GATEWAY - Medley Single Stableford - NTP Card on hole 14 LOST


Tuesday 17th March 2020

BAY - Ladies Irish 4BBB Stableford


Saturday 14th March 2020

BAY - Members Single Stroke              Top 8 Best Nett Qualifying for Steve King Trophy

GATEWAY - Members Single Stroke   Top 8 Best Nett Qualifying for Steve King Trophy

BROOK - Members Single Stroke

BROOK - Ladies Single Stroke


Friday 13th March 2020

GATEWAY - Mens Single Stableford

GATEWAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Thursday 12th March 2020

GATEWAY - Nudgee 9 Single Stableford Holes 10 - 18


Saturday 7th March 2020

BAY - Members Single Stroke Monthly Medal

GATEWAY - Members Single Stableford

BROOK - Members Single Stroke Monthly Medal

GATEWAY - Ladies A & B Grade Single Stroke Monthly Medal

GATEWAY - Ladies C Grade Single Stableford


Friday 6th March 2020

GATEWAY - Mens Single Stableford

GATEWAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Thursday 5th March 2020

GATEWAY - Nudgee 9 Single Stableford Holes 10-18


Wednesday 4th March 2020

GATEWAY - Members Single Stableford


Tuesday 3rd March 2020

BAY - Ladies A & B Grade Single Stroke Monthly Medal

BAY - Ladies C Grade Single Stableford Monthly Medal


Saturday 29th February 2020

BAY - Members Two Ball Aggregate Stableford

BROOK - Members Two Ball Aggregate Stableford

GATEWAY - Members Two Ball Aggregate Stableford

BROOK - Ladies Two Ball Aggregate Stableford

Von Nida Plate Challenge against Royal Queensland Golf Club Results


Friday 28th February 2020

GATEWAY - Mens Single Stableford

GATEWAY - Ladies Single Stableford


Thursday 27th February 2020

BAY - Nudgee 9 Single Stableford 1-9


Wednesday 26th February 2020

GATEWAY - Compulsory Four Ball Best Ball Stableford

GATEWAY - Optional Single Stableford


Tuesday 25th February 2020

GATEWAY - Ladies Four Ball Best Ball Stableford


 

1. BOOKINGS AND CONFIRMATION

Organisers must re confirm player and catering numbers at least 2 working days prior to the booking date allocated. The organiser shall be responsible to make payment for the number of players present. Payment for catering is for the number of participants confirmed 2 days prior to the event. The organiser is responsible for extra payment, if a shortfall of participants occur.

Note: All group golf days are issued with a Corporate Debtor Number for charges incurred during the event, if you wish for participants to pay individually for certain items, please contact the office to discuss. An invoice will be forwarded to you soon after your event, payment must be received by our office with in 30 days of the invoice covering letter date.

2. ALCOHOL AND CATERING REQUIREMENTS

Nudgee Golf Club/Course are licensed premises. No alcohol or eskies are to be brought onto the premises or golf course.

Note: Any alcohol brought onto the premises other than for trophies or awards will be confiscated.

3. DRINKS CART HIRE – WET WEATHER POLICY APPLIES

Our drinks cart is available for hire and includes: Soft Drinks, water, Gatorade Sports, Light and Mid strength Beer, Potato Crisps, Chocolates. Heavy beer and Spirit cans are available only upon request and are kept to a minimum.

4. ON COURSE BANNERS or SIGNS

Banners for advertising purposes must be delivered to our reception desk at least 2 working days before your event and collected within 1 week of the event.

Contact address for our reception is:
Nudgee Golf Club Office
1207 Nudgee Road
NUDGEE, QLD 4014.

Each banner will incur a $20 set up and dismantle fee charged to your corporate account.

Banners not collected within a reasonable time will be disposed off. Nudgee Golf Club does not accept responsibility for banners or signs.

If you would like banners in a particular position on the golf course, you MUST provide our office with a detailed list of the banner name and its’ position on the course. Banners are put up on the morning of the event and taken down the following day by our course staff and returned to our office the next working day ready for collection.

5. CLUB HIRE / MOTORISED CARTS HIRE

Each player must have a set of clubs. The hiring of clubs should be arranged in advance with the Pro Shop. If you wish to hire Motorised Golf Carts, our Pro Shop have 25 x carts available for hire, these also need to be booked directly with the Pro Shop. The Pro Shop direct telephone number is 07 3267 5885.

If you require additional carts, then we recommend you contact either Russell O’Neil on 0418 724 775

Or

Creative Karts, a company located at Brendale on 0413 833 693.

Nudgee Golf Club is not responsible for arranging additional carts, it is the responsibility of the Group Organiser.

6. WET WEATHER / POSTPONEMENTS

In the event of inclement weather on your day, Nudgee Golf Club will make the sole decision in the best interest of the course and its’ members. If carts are being used and our Course Superintendant deems the course unfit for carts your guests will be able to walk the course with pull buggies. If the course is closed by Nudgee Golf Club Inc all efforts will be made to reschedule your day.

If the course is playable and the organiser decides to cancel the day, the organiser is liable for green fees, motorised cart hire, equipment hire, and catering expenses. Exceptions to this can be applied in writing to our Board of Directors who will evaluate the situation and respond in due course.

7. CANCELLATIONS

If you cancel your golf event within 60 days, Nudgee Golf Club will charge a fee to make up lost revenue on potential golf bookings and clubhouse bookings which may have been enquired about prior to your cancellation. The fee is dependant on which day of the week your event was scheduled, the maximum fee will be $1000.

8. TROPHY PRESENTATIONS

Nudgee Golf Club does not conduct trophy presentations after the game, we will collate the results of your golf day in order from best score card to worst score card and hand the results to the organiser as soon as possible.

Nudgee Golf Club will collect NTP and Longest Drive markers from the golf course. Trophies / awards / prizes should be brought to the club at least 1 hour before player registration is scheduled.

9. RESPONSIBILITY

Group organisers accept responsibility for their guest’s behaviour while at Nudgee Golf Club.

THE COURSE MARSHALL AND BAR STAFF WILL MONITOR PLAYERS BEHAVIOUR AND ENFORCE THE RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL LAWS.

PLAYERS BEHAVING INAPPROPRIATELY MAY BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE PREMISES.

  • A maximum of 4 players is permitted per group
  • Motorised Carts must be kept at least 10 metres from the putting greens
  • Sand Bunkers must be raked after use
  • Pitch marks on the greens must be repaired
  • All golfers to carry and use sand buckets to refill their divots

10. GOLF ETIQUETTE / DRESS REGULATIONS

  • The use of non metal spikes is preferred.
  • Correct golfing attire - neat attire including collared shirt on the course and in the Clubhouse. (Deck shoes permitted in Clubhouse).
  • Short sports socks are acceptable - no football socks.
  • Track suits are not acceptable.
  • Every player must have a set of clubs.
  • Players must maintain their position with the group in front, not in front of the group behind.
  • The Course Ranger’s instructions are to be obeyed at all times.
  • Do not hit until the group in front is out of range

11. RIGHT OF WAY

Ground staff have right of way at all times.

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PRIVACY POLICY
 
Introduction
 
  • From time to time Nudgee Golf Club ("the Company") is required to collect, use and disclose personal information relating to its members, customers, contractors, suppliers and employees in the performance of its business activities.
  • This policy sets out guidelines to assist the Company and its employees comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth) ("Privacy Act") and the National Privacy Principles ("NPP") in relation the collection, storage, use and disclosure of records containing individuals' Personal Information.
Scope
 
  • This policy applies to the collection, storage, use and disclosure by the Company (or a person acting on behalf of the Company) of records containing individuals' Personal Information in Australia.
  • This policy does not apply to the collection, storage, use and disclosure of Personal Information where:

the Personal Information is an employee record; and
the collection, storage, use and/or disclosure of the employee record relates to the Company's employment relationship with the employee.

Definitions
 
  • Employee Record means a record of Personal Information relating to the employment of a Company employee.
  • Personal Information means information or an opinion (including information or an opinion forming part of a database), whether true or not, and whether recorded in a material form or not, about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can reasonably be ascertained, from the information or opinion.
  • Sensitive Information has the meaning set out in the Privacy Act.
Collection of Personal Information
 
  • The Company is entitled to collect Personal Information by lawful and fair means. Personal Information must not be collected in an unreasonably intrusive way.
  • A person who collects Personal Information on behalf of the Company must comply with this Policy and the requirements of the Privacy Act.
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
 
  • The Company will not use or disclose Personal Information about an individual for a purpose (the secondary purpose) other than the primary purpose of collection unless:
  • both of the following apply:
  • the secondary purpose is related to the primary purpose of collection and, if the Personal Information is Sensitive Information, directly related to the primary purpose of collection;
  • the individual would reasonably expect the Company to use or disclose the information for the secondary purpose; or
  • the individual has consented to the use or disclosure; or
  • the company has reason to suspect that unlawful activity has been, is being or may be engaged in, and uses or disclosures the Personal Information as a necessary part of its investigation of the matter or in reporting its concerns to relevant persons or authorities; or
  • the use or disclosure is required or authorised by or under law; or
  • the use or disclosure is not inconsistent with the requirements of the Privacy Act.
Data Quality
 
  • The Company will take reasonable steps to make sure that the Personal Information it collects uses or discloses is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
Data Security
 
  • The Company will take reasonable steps to protect the Personal Information it holds from misuse and loss and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
  • The Company will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify Personal Information (such as a job applicant's resume) if it is no longer needed.
Openness
 
  • This Privacy Policy will be made available to anyone who asks for it.
  • On request by a person, the Company will take reasonable steps to let the person know, generally, what sort of Personal Information it holds, for what purposes, and how it collects, holds, uses and discloses that information.
Access and Correction
 
  • If the Company holds Personal Information about an individual, it will comply with legislative obligations to provide the individual with access to the information on request by the individual.
  • If the Company holds Personal Information about an individual and the individual is able to establish that the information is not accurate, complete and up-to-date, the Company will take reasonable steps to correct the information so that it is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
  • The Company will provide reasons for denial of access or a refusal to correct Personal Information.
Security
 
  • The Company has implemented generally accepted standards of technology and operational security in order to protect Personal Information from loss, misuse, alteration or destruction.
  • A person acting on behalf of the Company must not transfer Personal Information to an individual without first establishing the identity of the recipient through the use of a personal identifier and/or cross check.

General Manager
12 April 2014

Environmental Policy

Nudgee Golf Club Incorporated operates a 36 hole private golf club. We recognise our environmental management responsibility. This is a core value of our club and we extend this environmental ethic to all our activities.
To achieve this we will:

  •     Comply with all applicable environmental laws and other requirements, and require compliance with them by those who work for or on behalf of  our club;
  •     Develop and maintain an e-par Environmental Management System;
  •     Encourage commitment to the environment through training and awareness programs;
  •     Constantly strive to achieve continual improvement and the prevention of pollution in our environmental performance;
  •     Promote innovative turf management practices that contribute to environmental protection;
  •     Review our performance against set environmental objectives and targets;
  •     Monitor and report on our environmental compliance and achievement of our targets;
  •     Communicate our policy to all those who work for or on behalf of our club;
  •     Annually review and update this Policy;

The Club's Board and management are responsible for the implementation of this Policy

President
General Manager
16 September 2014

NON MEMBERS REPRESENTING NUDGEE GOLF CLUB

The following policy is for non-Nudgee members representing the club in inter-club competitions.

Nudgee Golf Club will allow a non-Nudgee member to play in inter-club competition only when they are a spouse of a current Nudgee member.  All other non-Nudgee members who wish to represent Nudgee Golf Club in an inter-club event must apply to the Board for permission to play in that event.  The Board reserves the right to refuse permission, or place such conditions that the Board deem necessary, on the applicant.

Board of Directors
Nudgee Golf Club
22 April 2015
 

reason to join

Welcome to Nudgee Golf Club Lady Members page.

Did you know?

  • Ladies competitions are played on Tuesday and Saturday
  • Ladies may play in the Wednesday Open Medley competitions
  • Ladies may play in the Mixed competitions on Friday and Sunday
  • Medley competition means men and ladies compete in the same competition, Mixed competition means men and ladies play in the same groups however the competitions are seperate
  • Each Thursday the club runs the "Nudgee 9", a 9 hole Open Medley competition, tee off anytime between 6:00am and 1:00pm

Click here to download a copy of our Commonly Asked Questions pamphlet related to membership at the club

Click here to learn how to make a golf booking online using the members area

Click here to view golf competition results

Brisbane and District Ladies web site link for all upcoming events and important pennant information can be accessed here

Nominate to be apart of the Nudgee Ladies Pennant team, click here to download the nomination form

PRESIDENT Ms Ros Russell
CAPTAIN Mrs Gayle Manning
VICE CAPTAIN Mrs Kay Clifford
TREASURER Mrs Theresa Tathem
COMMITTEE Mrs Robyn Yeo
COMMITTEE Mrs Helen Crowther

 

Mens Par 67 / 5229 m
Ladies Par 67 / 4792 m
Mens Scratch 68 / Ladies Scratch 70
Mens Slope 114 / Ladies Slope 113

Hole 19 - Par 3
Hole 20 - Par 3
Hole 21 - Par 4
Hole 22 - Par 3
Hole 23 - Par 5
Hole 24 - Par 5
Hole 25 - Par 4
Hole 26 - Par 4
Hole 27 - Par 3
Hole 1 - Par 3
Hole 2 - Par 3
Hole 3 - Par 3
Hole 4 - Par 4
Hole 5 - Par 4
Hole 6 - Par 4
Hole 7 - Par 5
Hole 8 - Par 4
Hole 9 - Par 3

Photo of hole 25 below

Photo of hole 5 below

 

September 19, 2018

Members, please assist by repairing pitch marks on the greens and replacing divots and topping up with a light sand.  Every little bit will help with re-growth.  Thank you

July 21, 2018 Greens report

With a great start to the month of June & the AMITEE yearly meeting our start to winter was looking rather wet with 20mm in the first week of June, but since the first week in June we have received 13mm of rainfall and the course has held together nicely!

Our Fairway fertiliser program we started just before June has had great results and colour for a number of weeks throughout June. This will continue on selected fairways in the weeks to come. Mid June it was time to let our greens breathe by opening them up with a Solid tine then followed by a roll to smooth over any disruptions to the playing surface. This is a vital cultural practice that all golf courses practice to help with water penetration, reduce soil compaction and overall plant health.

With a warmer end to June saw our Poa Triv Overseeding of the Bay (NORTH) course strike again with night time minimum temperature’s in the 15-16 degree range from the 10th-17th of June gave the Poa a chance to strike even more and give further coverage in our greens. With temperature’s now being very low normal winter mornings and nights our dormant 328 greens are able to relax and still maintain great coverage for this time of year.

As some of you may have seen the leak we had found left of the 2nd path of the Bay Course this week. This leak was a part of our main line which needed to be repaired ASAP. It was very unfortunate to find that the Casuarina tree’s root ball was on the very edge of our leak and with the assistance of Glen Wolfenden’s excavator to remove the root ball to continue our repair. A massive thanks to Glen for being able to help with less than 24 hours notice much appreciated by the guys on the repair!!

This week saw us continue on our greens foliar fertiliser program on both course and growth regulator programs.

In the next week or 2 we will be looking to put out a light dusting and roll to help improve our putting surfaces before Pennants good luck to the Nudgee Pennant team this year. As we hit the middle of winter a reminder to all early morning players that we are receiving slight frosts across all playing surfaces so to avoid these areas until the frost disappears would be much appreciated by greens staff to avoid frost damage to the leaf.

   

Happy Golfing

Scott McComas
COURSE ASSISTANT

Coming Soon

LOCAL RULES NUDGEE GOLF CLUB (To be read in conjunction with the Rules of Golf)

NORTH COURSE - Effective 30/9/2010

OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27)

  • Those areas beyond the boundary fences of the course.
  • Those areas beyond the inside line of white stakes with black tops bounding the course.
  • All Tee shots to the left of the hazard on the 16th Hole.
  • The areas of the Maintenance Compound contained within the fenced perimeter.

STAKED TREES (Rule 24-2)

If a staked tree or shrub interferes the player's stance or the area of his intended swing, the ball must be lifted, without penalty, and dropped in accordance with the procedure prescribed in Rule 24-2b (i) (Immovable Obstruction). The ball may be cleaned when so lifted.

IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rules 24-2)

The following are classified as immovable obstructions:

  • All stakes, tee markers, tee signs, rubbish bins, seats, chain barriers, tree guards, tree stakes, course indicator signs, sponsors signs, distance marker posts and tee signs & posts.
  • Paths and roadways with artificial surfaces.
  • Fixed sprinkler heads - all fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions and relief from interference with them may be obtained under Rule 24-2. In addition, if such an obstruction on or within two club-lengths of the putting green of the hole being played intervenes on the line of play between the ball and the hole, the player may obtain relief, without penalty, as follows:- If the ball lies off the putting green but not in a hazard and is within two club-lengths of the intervening obstruction, it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay which (a) is not nearer the hole, (b) avoid such intervention and (c) is not in a hazard or on a putting green.

MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule 24-1)

  • Stones in bunkers may be removed in accordance with Rule 24-1.
  • Hoops.
  • Motorised cart directional signs.

HAZARDS (Rule 26)

  • Lateral water hazards are defined by red stakes and / or red lines. Note: The stakes are immovable obstructions and are in the hazard.

GROUND UNDER REPAIR G.U.R (Rule 25)

  • Those areas as defined by white stakes and / or white lines or signs.
  • Embedded Ball (Rule 25-2) A ball embedded in it's own pitch mark (through the green) in ground other than sand may be lifted, cleaned and dropped, without penalty, as near as possible to the spot where it lay but not nearer the hole.
  • A ball lying in Garden Beds through the Green must take relief in accordance with Rule 24-2b.
  • Any wheel marks or wheel ruts (through the green) is to be treated as G.U.R.
  • The dump area marked by white lines located between the 4th and 5th fairways.

(Rule 25 C) Ball in abnormal ground conditions not found

             It is a question of fact whether a ball that has not been found after having been struck toward an abnormal ground condition is in such a condition.  In order to apply this Rule, it must be known or virtually certain that the ball is in the abnormal ground condition.  In the absence of such knowledge or certainty, the player must proceed under Rule 27-1.

             If it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has been found is in an abnormal ground condition, the player may take relief under this Rule.  If he elects to do so, the spot where the ball last crossed the outermost limits of the abnormal ground condition must be determined and, for the purpose of applying this Rules, the ball is deemed to lie at this spot and the player must proceed as follows:

             (i) Through the Green - If the ball crossed the outermost limits of the abnormal ground condition at a spot through the green, the player may substitute another ball, without penalty, and take relief as prescribed in Rule 25-1b (i).

BRIDGES  (Rule 13-4) 

 All Bridges on the course are integral parts of the course. If a ball comes to rest on a Bridge the player may ground their club on the bridge when addressing the ball.

OVERHEAD WIRES (Rules 33-8)

Hole 12 - Any ball striking any overhead wires inbounds (tee side of pylon) must be replayed without penalty. Any ball striking the overhead wires or pylons (out of bounds) must be played as it lies.

Hole 18 - Any ball coming to rest inbounds after striking the overhead wires (out of bounds) must be played as it lies. Any ball striking wires or pylons that are in-bounds must be re-played without penalty.

MOTORISED BUGGY DIRECTION OIL LINES

A ball coming to rest in a rut in a line indicating traffic flow shall be treated as GUR (Rule 25-1). Note: Relief is only available as described above, not by your stance or intended swing.

ARTFICIAL DEVICES (Rule 14-3)

A player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. Devices that measure gradient, wind speed or wind direction are in breach of Rule 14-3 under penalty of disqualification.

Penalty for breach of Local Rules 1 to 9
// Strokeplay - Two Strokes
// Matchplay - Loss of Hole

LOCAL RULES NUDGEE GOLF CLUB - SOUTH COURSE - Effective 30/9/2010

(To be read in conjunction with the Rules of Golf)

OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27)

  • Those areas beyond the boundary fences of the course and those areas marked with white stakes with black tops bounding the course.
  • These areas include the boundary fence, right of 2nd fairway and behind the 18th green.
  • The area of the Maintenance Compound contained within the fenced perimeter.

STAKED TREES (Rule 24-2)

  • If a stake tree or shrub interferes with the player's stance or the area of his intended swing, the ball must be lifted, without penalty, and dropped in accordance with the procedure prescribed in Rule 24 - 2b (1) (Immovable Obstruction). The ball may be cleaned when so lifted.

IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rules 24-2)

The following are classified as immovable obstructions:

  • All stakes, tee markers, tee signs, rubbish bins, seats, chain barriers, tree guards, tree stakes, course indicator signs, and sponsor signs, distance marker posts and Pump Shed on the 17th.
  • Paths and roadways with artificial surfaces.
  • A ball laying in Garden Beds through the Green must take (compulsory) relief in accordance (Rule 24.2B).
  • Fixed sprinkler heads - all fixed sprinkler heads are immovable obstructions and relief from interference by them may be obtained under Rule 24-2. In addition, if such an obstruction on or within two club-lengths of the putting green of the hole being played intervenes on the line of play between the ball and the hole, the player may obtain relief, without penalty, as follows:-

If the ball lies off the putting green but not in a hazard and is within two club-lengths of the intervening obstruction, it may be lifted, cleaned and dropped at the nearest point to where the ball lay which (a) is not nearer the hole, (b) avoids such intervention, and (c) is not in a hazard or on a putting green.

MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS (Rule 24-1)

  • Stones in bunkers may be removed in accordance with Rule 24-1.
  • Hoops
  • Motorised cart directional signs.

HAZARDS (Rule 26)

  • Lateral water hazards are defined by red stakes and / or red lines.
  • Water Hazards are defined by yellow stakes and / or yellow lines Note: The stakes are immovable obstructions and are in the hazard.

GROUND UNDER REPAIR G.U.R. (Rule 25)

  • Those areas as defined by white stakes and / or white lines or signs.
  • Embedded Ball (Rule 25-2) A ball embedded in it's own pitch mark (through the green) may be lifted, cleaned and dropped, without penalty, as near as possible to the spot where it lay, no nearer the hole.
  • Wheel marks and / or wheel ruts (through the green) are to be treated as G.U.R.

BRIDGES (Rule 13-4)

  • All bridges on the course, with the exception of the 11th hole, are deemed to be in the hazard. If a ball comes to rest on a Bridge the player may ground his club on the bridge when addressing the ball.
  • The bridge on the 11th hole is not in the hazard (defined by red rails). Relief may be taken under Rule 24.2

WASTELANDS

  • All designated wastelands are an integral part of the golf course.
  • Feature rocks are classified as immovable obstructions.

OVERHEAD WIRES (Rule 33-8)

  • Hole 8 - A ball striking any overhead wire or pylon must be replayed without penalty.

MOTORISED BUGGY DIRECTION OIL LINES

A ball coming to rest in a rut in a line indicating traffic flow shall be treated as GUR (Rule 25-1). Note: Relief is only available as described above, not by your stance or intended swing.

ARTFICIAL DEVICES (Rule 14-3)

A player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. Devices that measure gradient, wind speed or wind direction are in breach of Rule 14-3 under penalty of disqualification.

Penalty for breach of Local Rules 1 to 10
// Stroke Play - Two Strokes
// Match Play - Loss of Hole

 

 

 

Members of the below golf club's who present a membership card on arrival are entitled to Members Guest Fees for all social golf at our course.  There is no discount for competition golf.  Motorised Golf Cart hire fee is charged at our Members Rates.

Queensland

  • Cairns
  • City (Toowoomba)
  • Gatton
  • Hervey Bay
  • Maroochy River 
  • Kingaroy - Full Reciprocal
  • Mackay
  • Maryborough
  • Mt Isa
  • Rockhampton
  • Townsville
  • Warwick
  • Yeppoon

New South Wales

  • Camden Valley Country Club
  • Coffs Harbour
  • Cumberland
  • Dubbo
  • Glen Innes
  • Grafton
  • Massey Park
  • Merewether
  • Muirfield - Full Reciprocal
  • New Brighton
  • Tamworth
  • Tocumwal
  • Yamba Golf & Country Club

Victoria

  • Amstel - Full Reciprocal
  • Yering Meadows
  • Lakes Entrance
  • Northern
  • Traralgon
  • Gardiners Run

Australian Capital Territory

  • Yowani

South Australia

  • Flagstaff Hill
  • Murray Bridge
  • Tea Tree Gully - Full Reciprocal
  • West Lakes

Western Australia

  • Albany
  • Gosnells
  • Melville Glades
  • Royal Freemantle

Tasmania

  • Claremont
  • Riverside
  • Seabrook
  • Tasmania

New Zealand

  • Pukekohe (Auckland)
  • Manor Park (Wellington)
  • Taupo
  • Omanu (Tauranga)

Highlighted Clubs in BOLD have full reciprocal rights at Nudgee Golf Club ie. Members of these clubs do not pay social green fees and are eligible to play in all competitions at members competition fee including Saturdays.

Mens Par 70 / Ladies Par 71
Mens 5474m / Ladies 4964m
Mens Scratch 69 / Ladies Scratch 71
Mens Slope 115 / Ladies Slope 115

Hole 10 - Par 4
Hole 11 - Par 3
Hole 12 - Par 5
Hole 13 - Par 5
Hole 14 - Par 3
Hole 15 - Par 4
Hole 16 - Par 4
Hole 17 - Par 4
Hole 18 - Par 4 / 5 for ladies
Hole 19 - Par 3
Hole 20 - Par 3
Hole 21 - Par 4
Hole 22 - Par 3
Hole 23 - Par 5
Hole 24 - Par 5
Hole 25 - Par 4
Hole 26 - Par 4
Hole 27 - Par 3

Photo of hole 10 below

Photo of hole 12 below



Photo of hole 27 below

 

Welcome to the Nudgee Futures Junior Page

Please find below information about our golf program, including events.   Any updates or changes to this will be published on the Nudgee Futures Facebook Page.

Communication

The majority of Nudgee Futures communication is via our Facebook page.  Please like us https://www.facebook.com/nudgeefuturesjunior/ to receive the most current updates and information. 

Safety and Insurance

Golf is a very safe sport.  However, it is very important for parents and children to understand the risks associated with golf and how to keep themselves safe on the golf course and practice facilities.  There are many websites that provide golf safety information.  Click below to view some tips about keeping safe on the golf course and practice facilities.

http://www.golf-information.info/safety-on-the-golf-course.html.

Junior golf club members are covered by insurance which they pay as part of their club membership.  Registered MyGolf participants are covered for the period of the program they are enrolled in.  Juniors who are not members of an affiliated golf club are not covered outside MyGolf Clinic term times.  Click here for further information about Insurance for Golfers.

Junior membership fees at Nudgee are very competitive.  Membership provides year long insurance at Nudgee and other clubs.  Membership information can be found at

http://www.nudgeegolf.com.au/membership/fees/.

  Guidelines for When Juniors Should get a Golf Australia Handicap

  1.  Kids can push a cart for 18 holes

  2.  Kids know basic rules

  3.  Kids play 9 holes in 60 stokes or better

  4.  Kids can count their golf shots

Register for the Nudgee Futures Junior Golf Clinic through MyGolf http://www.mygolf.org.au/

Junior Events and Clinics 

Nudgee Golf Club has an established Junior Golf Program called the "Nudgee Futures."  The Program includes clinics that cater for the Beginner through to the advanced Junior golfer, on course play, Junior Club Championships and Interclub Junior competitions.  The program also includes support to progression to establish official handicaps and 18 holes, and developing an understanding of the rules and etiquette.

Register for the Nudgee Futures Junior Golf Clinics through MyGolf http://www.mygolf.org.au/


 Junior Events and Clinics, each Saturday afternoon during school terms

For the year 2020

Term 1 Saturday 1st February - 28th March

Term 2 Saturday 25th April - 20th June

Term 3 Saturday 18th July - 12th September

Term 4 Saturday 10th October – 5th December

Registrations via MyGolf http://www.mygolf.org.au

Questions to Nudgee Golf Club’s Teaching Professional Gary Warburton 0411 184 125


Junior Golf Events on the golf course

For the year 2020:

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND VIEW EVENTS FOR 2020


Self Development

Golf Australia provides a number of documents that supports beginner golfers.

Click here to visit Golf Australia Getting Started details


Supporting the Nudgee Futures Junior Program.  Buy a number for $5 for a chance to WIN $400

The Nudgee Futures Committee have introduced a "number board" to help raise funds for the junior golf program. 

The number board consists of 100 squares, each square contains a number which can be bought for $5 and your name will be printed on the square to confirm the sale.  After the 100 squares have been sold, a random number is drawn with the winner receiving $400 and the remaining $100 going toward the junior golf program, you may buy more then 1 number.  The number board is located in the pro shop and is open every day from 6:00am.  Please assist by spreading the word and buying a number each week to help the junior program. 

Contact us and Communications

Nudgee Futures Contacts

Gary Warburton

Nudgee Golf Club

Head Teaching Professional

Ph: 0411 184 125

E-mail: Garythea@bigpond.net.au


Darren MacDonald

Junior Convenor

E-mail:  Darren McDonald <darren@ozbropits.com>


 

Coming Soon

Friday 25th August 2017
Mens Single Stableford

http://nudgee.miclub.com.au/upload/reportOutput/Golf_Comp_Prize_Pres_8045433_2017825_1448.pdf

Ladies Single Stableford

http://nudgee.miclub.com.au/upload/reportOutput/Golf_Comp_Prize_Pres_8045436_2017825_1449.pdf


Wednesday 23rd August 2017
Medley Single Stableford

http://nudgee.miclub.com.au/upload/reportOutput/Golf_Comp_Prize_Pres_8034705_2017823_1518.pdf


 

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MiClub Members Area

View and download the Club Rules, Local Rules and Course Care information by clicking on the below web links

Club Rules

Club By Laws

Golf Course - Local Rules - Effective 1/1/2019

Golf Course Care


Trophy Gift Vouchers

Each competition winner is awarded CREDITS to their trophy account including visitors.

Trophy Credits are redeemable with your membership card from the bar or pro shop.

The following businesses accept Trophy Credits:

  • Nudgee Pro Shop
  • Nudgee Bar / Kitchen sales

Nudgee Golf Club teaching professional: Gary Warburton AAA PGA Accredited. 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Gary Mobile is 0411 184 125

BOOK A GOLF LESSON ONLINE BY CLICKING THE WEB LINK BELOW

https://nudgee.miclub.com.au/guests/bookings/ViewPublicCalendar.msp?bookingResourceId=12159890

Teaching Professional Prices
1 x Half Hour Lesson $ 50.00 pp 
1 x One Hour Lesson $ 100.00 pp 

To book a golf lesson please telephone or text Gary on 0411 184 125 or book online through the above web link.

From a staff Christmas party to a 50th Wedding Anniversary, Nudgee Golf Club offers an ideal venue for any special occasion.

With an ability to cater for anywhere between 50 to 150 guests, we have a wide range of menu options available, and these can be modified to suit your specific style and budget.

For further enquiries, or to come down and view the venue, please contact us on (07) 3267 7744 or send us an email functions@nudgeegolf.com.au

Nudgee Golf Club provides an ideal venue for a huge range of conferences and seminars. 

We have two rooms for hire, the smaller Eagles Nest room has seating for 2 - 14 and the Vineyard Room with seating upto 200.

Click here or the below image to download our Business Information Pack

To enquire about available dates, call our office on 3267 7744 or e-mail jodie@nudgeegolf.com.au

DUE TO COVID-19 THE PRO SHOP STORE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED, SOME ITEMS (Balls, gloves, tees, towels, polo tops) ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM THE SPIKE BAR.

You can't go past our Pro Shop for all your golfing needs. You'll find a full range of golfing accessories including new and used golf clubs, bags, buggies and a large range of demo clubs.

Golf lessons with video analysis are available by appointment, and we offer free professional advice concerning everything "golf"!

HIRE EQUIPMENT

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

TRADING HOURS

Monday to Friday

6:00am till 5:30pm

Saturday and Sunday

5:30am till 5:30pm

Public Holidays

6:00am till 5:30pm

 

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nudgee golf club

Nudgee Golf Club today is a 36-hole golfing complex located 11.5 kilometres from the Brisbane central business district, adjacent to Nudgee Beach and the Moreton Bay foreshores, and is also bounded by the Gateway Arterial Road, the northern end of Nudgee Road.

Its proximity to Moreton Bay means that cooling breezes are a regular feature, which can also provide testing golfing conditions for players. The original nine-hole course was laid out by a group of golfing enthusiasts including Mr W. Childs, the owner of the land, and Mr W. Scott, a Scottish professional, during the latter half of the 1920's and was utilized by the group and their friends on a social basis.

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The Child's family were noted vigerons and the land on which the golf course was located had previously been successfully developed as a vineyard from which quality wines and champagnes had been produced and distributed. In fact, the product was entered in overseas Franco/British exhibitions, and at Earls Court, winning four gold medals.

As interest in golf grew, it was decided to explore the possibility of forming a golf club. Meetings were held at the Northgate School of Arts and Mr Childs residence and the level of interest was such that it was decided to proceed. A committee was formed and the club was formally opened by Brigadier General J.H.Cannon, the president of the Queensland Golf Council on January 18, 1930.

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The foundation president was Dr D.F.Brade, with Mr A.J.Sailer as captain and Mr W.F.Childs as treasurer, and the club became a member of the Outer Brisbane Metropolitan Association. The next step was the building of a new clubhouse which was opened on January 21, 1931 by the Minister for Labour and Industry, the Honourable H.E.Sizer MLA, and Queensland Golf Council chairman W.F.R.Boyce.

From then the club steadily progressed, purchasing from Mr Childs the land on which the course was located, and thus providing the key element of security. During the 1930's course improvements were carried out to increase the length of the nine-hole layout from 2315 yards to 2825 yards.

Development was curtailed during World War II, but once conditions normalised, the need to extend to an 18-hole layout was recognised and planning commenced. During 1948 sufficient land was purchased from adjoining landholders to form a second nine and development of this land continued during 1949. In 1950 the 18-hole layout was opened, marking a major milestone in the clubs history. In 1934 the club was faced with some unplanned renovations, after a cyclone damaged the clubhouse.

New Clubhouse

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The next focus of attention was the clubhouse. Storm damage during the early 1950's and the growing membership revealed deficiencies, and it was decided to erect a new brick clubhouse.

Clubhouse in the 1950's. During the 1960's an opportunity arose to purchase farm land to the south of the existing course to enable the provision of a third nine holes. The opportunity was grasped and the additional nine holes was constructed and opened for play in 1964. This meant that female members could play an 18-hole event on Saturdays, on the third nine and the first nine of the main course after the first tee had been cleared by members. It also provided additional facilities for visitors and social club members.

Gateway Arterial

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Early in 1985 a situation arose which had the potential to wreck the growth of the club. At that time the Department of Main Roads indicated it wished to acquire part of the golf course for the Gateway Arterial Road and sought the clubs reaction. Naturally the club protested and after extensive negotiations extending over almost 2 years, an agreement was reached whereby the club purchased State Government land to the south of the third nine holes, and sold the State the land required for the arterial road.

The net result was that sufficient land became available for a second 18-hole course and planning and development work started soon. On April 28. 1991, the new 18-hole South Course was opened by the Minister of Administrative Services, the Honourable R.McLean.

The course has since proved of great benefit to the club and its cash flow, with some 90,000 players using the 36-hold complex each year. A further progressive step occurred in 1993 when, after many years of negotiation, the club purchased 5.2 hectares of land from the Federal Government.

This enabled the progressive development of a practice fairway, plus the construction of a new 11th hole on the North Course, and variations to the 10th, 12th and 18th holes on that course, leading to a much improved layout.

Water Supply

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Water supply, or lack of it, has been a problem for the club during dry seasons and the problem was accentuated with the establishment of two 18-hole courses. After consideration of the merits of sewerage effluent versus natural rain, it was decided to increase the capacity of the main dam to almost 55 megalitres. The work was completed early in 1998. During the 1990's it became increasingly evident that there had been a deterioration in the standard of clubhouse facilities.

After extensive investigations a proposal was put to the members, and approved, at a special general meeting held in October 1997, to replace the existing clubhouse with a new single-level structure. Construction work started during 1999 and the new clubhouse is now operational and officially opened on November 19, 1999. As part of the project the car park has been upgraded and the clubhouse surrounds landscaped.

The club has been well served by some 148 members who were elected to the management committee and/or board of directors over the past 70 years. The policies adopted have ensured steady growth with responsible financial planning and the result is there to be seen - a 36-hole complex of which all categories of member can be proud. Over its long history the club has endeavoured to encourage and maintain a friendly and egalitarian atmosphere within it membership and to its guests and visitors.

The club takes pride in the fact that such moves have been apparently successful, for the term "the friendly club" is widely used in relation to Nudgee.

Open 7 days a week

Driving range is open to members and the public every day, with a new golf ball dispensor located at the driving range use EFT or Nudgee Golf Club membership card to purchase large, medium or small bucket size. 

Large grass tee off area with multiple targets.  Hire equipment is available from the pro shop.

DRESS CODE APPLIES and is a collared polo shirt for males and collar or t-shirt for females, shorts with a belt, short socks and enclosed footwear.

DRIVING RANGE BUCKET PRICE LIST

Large Bucket.  Approx 100 Balls - $12

Medium Bucket.  Approx. 75 Balls - $8

Small Bucket.  Approx. 45 Balls - $5

Prices are subject to change without notice.

 

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Nudgee Golf Club Incorporated operates a 36 hole private golf club. We recognise our environmental management responsibility. This is a core value of our club and we extend this environmental ethic to all our activities.

To achieve this we will:

  • Comply with all applicable environmental laws and other requirements, and require compliance with them by those who work for or on behalf of our club;
  • Develop and maintain an e-par Environmental Management System;
  • Encourage commitment to the environment through training and awareness programs;
  • Constantly strive to achieve continual improvement and the prevention of pollution in our environmental performance;
  • Promote innovative turf management practices that contribute to environmental protection;
  • Review our performance against set environmental objectives and targets;
  • Monitor and report on our environmental compliance and achievement of our targets;
  • Communicate our policy to all those who work for or on behalf of our club;
  • Annually review and update this Policy;

The Club's Board and management are responsible for the implementation of this Policy

R.T SANG - President
A.J MUIRHEAD - General Manager

  7 Day
Member
5 Day
Member
Golf
Handicap
Midweek Comps Weekend Comps Clubhouse Facilities
Seven Day / Intermediate yes yes yes yes yes yes
Country
 
- - - yes yes yes
Five Day - yes yes yes - yes
Limited
(max. 12 games per year)
- - yes yes yes yes
Junior
(10 - 17 yrs)
yes yes yes yes yes yes
Social - - - - - yes

Further Benefits

  Website
Members Areas
Reciprocal with other nominated Golf Clubs Motorised
Cart Hire
Discount
Use of
Practice Facilities
Food & Beverage
Discount
 Social Golf
Seven Day / Intermediate yes yes yes yes yes yes
Country
 
yes - yes yes yes yes
Five Day yes yes yes yes yes yes
Limited
(max. 12 games per year)
yes - yes yes yes yes
Junior
(10 - 17 yrs)
yes yes - yes yes yes
Social yes - - yes yes  

 

The Board of Directors has power to limit the number of members in each class of membership, provided that the number of ordinary members shall not be limited to less than 400.

Membership of the Association is open to any person of good character and repute who has attained the age of 18 years, has an interest in playing golf, and whose membership is, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, likely to be compatible with existing members of the association.

Every applicant for any class of membership of the Association shall be proposed by a member of the Association who is entitled to vote and seconded by another such member. The application for membership shall be in writing, signed by the applicant, proposer and seconder, and shall be in such form as the Board of Directors prescribes.

Download a copy of our Commonly Asked Questions pamphlet to view more information on membership, click here

Click the here to download our Membership Application Form

Seven Day / Intermediate Members

A person who has attained the age of 18 years to whom membership of the Association is open, and who desires to be admitted as an ordinary member, on payment of the prescribed entrance fee, may be admitted to membership of the Association as an ordinary member.

Intermediate Members are aged 18 to 24 years inclusive.

benefits | fees | enquire

Five Day Members

Persons to whom membership of the Association is open, and who desire to be admitted as five day playing members, on payment of the prescribed entrance fee, may  be admitted to membership of the Association as five day members. A five day has access to clubhouse amenities at all times when such access is available to ordinary members, but cannot play the course on Saturday or Sunday.

benefits | fees | enquire

Limited Player Members

An ordinary member of the Association may apply in writing to the Board of Directors that he be admitted to limited playing membership. The Board may, in it's discretion, grant the application if the member is prevented from regularly playing golf by infirmity or such other cause considered to be sufficient by the Board.

Limited playing members have access to all clubhouse amenities at all times when such access is available to ordinary members. The Board of Directors have placed a limit on the amount of golf rounds can be played to a maximum of twelve (12) social games per the Associations financial year.

benefits | fees | enquire

Junior Members

A junior member is any person under the age of 18 years, who, but for being under that age, would have been eligible for membership of the Association, is eligible for membership of the Junior Club.  Junior members must be physically capable of completing 18 holes without aid within the pace of play policy guidelines of 4 hours 20 minutes. 

benefits | fees | enquire

The Club financial year runs from 1st October to 30th September.  When your application form has been submitted to the office you will be sent an Invoice via Email.  Your Membership will then become active upon full payment of Fees which will enable you to have access to log into the Member Golf Bookings Site.  This will allow you to make Golf Bookings for Competition & Social games online and also view the latest Club News.  Your application will be then formally approved at the next Board meeting and you will receive written confirmation of this in the mail or e-mail shortly thereafter.

For Members who join outside the beginning of the financial year (1st October) the Subscription component is calculated on a Pro Rata monthly basis and is payable along with the Levies and Insurance.  From July 1 of each year the Pro Rata Membership Fees are payable along with 1 year subscriptions for the following year.

A company based in Sydney offers new and existing members the choice to pay subscription fees fee via monthly direct debit.  Visit their website http://www.payasyougolf.com.au/ for more information.

A Credit Card Fee is payable if paying by Visa or MasterCard.

Download a copy of our Commonly Asked Questions pamphlet for information on membership, click here

Download and complete an Application for Membership here

Classification Nomination   Subs     Mens
Levies
Ladies
Levies
Insurance
7 Day Member 0.00 1350.50 67.35 69.75 16.50
5 Day Member 0.00 1008.30 67.35  69.75 16.50
Intermediate (18-24 yrs) 0.00 675.20 67.35 69.75 16.50
Junior (10-17 yrs) 0.00 50.70 67.35 69.75 16.50
Country / Limited* 0.00 349.50 67.35 69.75 16.50
Minor Fees
Social Member (No Golf) 2.00 - - - -
Locker Fee (12 months) 22.00 - - - -
*Conditions apply - please enquire with our office

 

Mens Par 69 / Ladies Par 70
Mens 5725 m / Ladies 5093 m
Mens Scratch 68 / Ladies Scratch 71
Mens Slope 118 / Ladies Slope 121

Hole 1 - Par 3
Hole 2 - Par 3
Hole 3 - Par 3
Hole 4 - Par 4
Hole 5 - Par 4
Hole 6 - Par 4
Hole 7 - Par 5
Hole 8 - Par 4
Hole 9 - Par 3
Hole 10 - Par 4
Hole 11 - Par 3
Hole 12 - Par 5
Hole 13 - Par 5
Hole 14 - Par 3
Hole 15 - Par 4
Hole 16 - Par 4
Hole 17 - Par 4
Hole 18 - Par 4 / 5 for ladies


Photo of hole 14 below

Photo of hole 18 below


 

Nudgee Golf Club Incorporated

1207 Nudgee Road

NUDGEE   QLD    4014

Phone: +61 07 3267 7744

E-mail:  golf@nudgeegolf.com.au


John Downs Golf Professional Shop

Phone: +61 07 3267 5885

Fax: +61 07 3267 0918


Function / Wedding Manager

Phone: +61 07 3267 7744

E-mail:  jodie@nudgeegolf.com.au 


Office Manager / Accounts 

Phone:  +61 07 3267 7744

E-mail:  accounts@nudgeegolf.com.au


Nudgee Golf Club services include:

  • Pro Shop / Lessons    
  • Social Golf Bookings
  • Membership / General Inquiries
  • Competition Golf / Corporate Golf / Social Clubs
  • Weddings / Functions                                                        

For more information on any of the above services please send us an e-mail enquiry golf@nudgeegolf.com.au

Licensed Premises from 9:00am till Midnight 7 days.

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.

Our beautiful Vineyard Room offers a charming venue for any special occasion, and can be especially set up to cater for anywhere from 50 to 150 guests comfortably.  To download and view our Party and Cocktail Menus, click on the below images.

Nudgee Golf Club is a fully licensed venue with a good selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages on offer.  If you would like a particular brand of drink for you and your guests we would be pleased to arrange for it to be available.

Click here to download and view our Party Information Package

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Our club is conveniently located within a 20 minute drive to the Brisbane CBD

For all enquiries including a copy of our party packages, or to check availability, please contact us on (07) 3267 7744 or e-mail functions@nudgeegolf.com.au

Address

1207 Nudgee Road
NUDGEE  QLD   4014

If travelling from the North or South on the Gateway Motorway or M1, exit the Motorway at the Nudgee Beach exit.

Nudgee Golf Club is an ideal location for your wedding reception.  Our club is halfway between the Gold and Sunshine Coasts with plenty of local accommodation and only a 20 minute drive to Brisbane CBD which offers a wide choice of 3 to 5 star hotels. 

We pride ourselves on our ability to accommodate all styles of weddings, and budgets, with our flexible wedding packages. These packages provide an extensive range of food, beverage and decoration options, ensuring your reception is only limited by your imagination.

With our relaxed atmosphere, superior service and picturesque surroundings, we can provide a special day for you, your family, and your friends.

Our wedding information package is available to download and view on the below link, click to view our latest Package

Wedding Information Package

To enquire further about our services, please contact our Function Manager on (07) 3267 7744 or send an e-mail enquiry

Note

BOOKINGS ARE NOT CONFIRMED UNTIL A DEPOSIT AND SIGNED TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE RECEIVED. ALL PRICES LISTED IN OUR INFORMATION PACK (e-mail us for a copy of our information pack) ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. A 15% SURCHARGE APPLIES TO FOOD & BEVERAGE PER PERSON ON SUNDAY'S & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.

President: PAUL RIGBY

Captain: TROY SCOTT

Director Finance: BRIAN O'DONNELL

Director: DAVID COOK

Director: DARRYL GRIMLEY

Nudgee Golf Club GolfLink prefix number

GolfLink prefix is 40109

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;

 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

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 Time. From 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 or another member or guest

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Timesaver Hints To Be Promoted To Members

  •  Report to the starter 15 minutes prior to your hit off time
  •  Move to the tee when called on stand-by
  •  Play when ready especially on the tee – remember shorter hitters can often hit first, especially on the tee
  •  Proceed briskly and directly to your ball between shots
  •  Where possible carefully watch all shots to help pinpoint the position of the ball
  •  Keep up with the group in front, not in front of the group behind
  •  Record scores while others are hitting off the next tee - NOT before leaving the previous green.
  •  Leave your clubs/carts at the exit of the green towards the next tee
  •  Line up your putt while others are putting
  •  When in doubt, notify your marker and hit a provisional ball
  •  Quickly purchase food/drink. If out of position, do not stop for a conversation
  •  When 2 players have putted out whilst the other players are putting out proceed to the next tee

NUDGEE GOLF CLUB INCORPORATED BOARD OF DIRECTORS


Competition Types / Formats

Single Stroke
The score at each hole is entered on the score card, totalled and the player's full handicap deducted. The player who completes the stipulated round in the fewest nett strokes will be the winner. Usually a gross winner is also determined.

Single Stableford
This system of scoring by points was introduced by Dr. Frank Stableford of the Wallasey Golf Club (Liverpool) in 1932 and has become very popular. The popular method of playing in a Stableford competition is for the player to take strokes at holes as in a Par competition using full handicap and to score points for the nett result at each hole. At the end of the round all points scored are added up and the player having the highest number of points is the winner.

In scoring after allowing for handicaps, a player who scores par receives 2 points, for 1 over par - 1 point, for a birdie or 1 under par - 3 points, for an eagle or 2 under par - 4 points, and so on.

For example, a player receiving a stroke on a par 4 hole scores 4 giving the player a nett 3; for this the player receives 3 points. A player at a par 3 hole scores a 4 but does not receive a stroke; for this the player would receive 1 point.

Medley Competition
Played as four ball Par or Stableford - but two men or two ladies or a man and a lady may pair.

Ambrose
Handicap - Total combined handicap divided by 1/8 for a group of 4 players or 1/6 for a group of 3 players.

Method of play:
Lowest marker is captain of each group. All players drive from the tee. Best ball is then selected and played as it lies. Other balls are lifted and placed within one club length of position of selected ball, if the selected ball lay in the rough, bunker, fairway, hazard, tee block or any other part of the golf course, all other players must play within that area. i.e if selected ball lays in the rough, all other players must play from the rough. Play proceeds in this manner until ball is holed.

A minimum of 3 drives each player is recommended, although not compulsory.  At Nudgee we include minimum of 3 drives each as mandatory.

Chapman Foursomes
Both players play 2 shots at each hole with their own ball. One ball is then selected and play proceeds as in foursomes with the partner of the owner of the ball playing the third shot. Handicap is 3/8 aggregate stroke handicap.

American / Pinehurst Foursomes
Both players play tee shots at each hole, then play a second stroke with their partner's ball. One ball is then selected and play proceeds as in foursomes with the owner of the ball selected playing the third stroke. Handicap allowance is 3/8 of aggregate stroke handicap for stroke competitors.

Four Ball Best Ball Stableford
The Stableford system is used for this competition. However, in 4BBB Stableford two players play as partners although the hole is played by each of them, using their individual full handicaps.

At the conclusion of the hole, that player recording the highest number of points has his or her score entered on the card. If both partners score equally on the hole, the score of the player who first completed the hole will be recorded.

There is no need to record both scores since only the best score is required, as the competition name applies.

The winner is determined by adding the scores for each nine holes and totalling for eighteen holes. The team with the most points is the winner.

To speed up the game, it is customary practice for players to pick up their ball once it is impossible for them to exceed their partner's score.

4BBB Stableford can be played as a mixed, members or ladies event. Ladies use their own tees and scorecard conditions.

Occasionally, clubs run individual Stableford events in conjunction with a 4BBB. The club may require individual results to be recorded on the Four Ball card, or ask for separate cards for the individual event.

When marking the scorecard, the number of strokes taken must always be shown for holes where points are scored. Thus, the card records both strokes and points.

Four Ball Aggregate Stableford
As the name implies, the Stableford system is used in this event and the competition is played with a partner, as in a Four Ball Best Ball Stableford event.

Individual full handicaps are applied to each player and the number of points scored by each player is recorded at the end of every hole, as well as a total or aggregate score for the team.

Players' scores are totalled at the end of nine holes and compared with the aggregate score. This should balance with the total of each player's result.

Both sets of nine holes are added together to give total points for each player and an overall result. The team having the highest number of points is the winner.

When marking the scorecard, note that both strokes and points should be shown.

Often a club will run an individual Stableford event in conjunction with a Four Ball Aggregate event. In this case, the club may determine individual results from their Four Ball card, or alternatively, ask for separate cards for the individual events.

Aggregate Stableford can be played as a mixed, men or ladies event. Ladies use their own tees and scorecard conditions.

Four Ball Match Play
This event is regularly played at club level, and generally the same conditions as for individual Match Play apply.

Handicaps are applied by reducing the stroke and handicaps of all players by the handicap of the low handicap player, who will then play off scratch. The other three players are then allowed their resulting handicaps.

Strokes are taken in accordance with the Match Play index on the scorecard. For example, if Player A's handicap is 10, Player B's 22, Player C's 15 and Player D's 11; then Player A would be off scratch, B off 12, C off 5 and D would play off 1.

D would get a stroke at the number 1 hole on the Match Play index, C on holes 1 to 5 and so on.

Once again, players should refer to the Rules of Golf, and in particular, those relating to Match Play.

The match result is determined in the same way as for individual Match Play. Although a scorecard is not officially required, players may choose to keep an official record.


Every Golf Club has Rules and Regulations pertained to the use of their premises, get to know ours below

GENERAL CONDITIONS GOVERNING PLAY AT NUDGEE GOLF CLUB

1.            The Rules of Golf, the Local Rules and the By-Laws of the Club determine the Rules of Play.

2.            Unfinancial or Leave of Absence Members are not eligible to compete in any Competition.

3.            The Entrance fee for Competition Play will be determined by the Directors and is payable in advance. PENALTY: Disqualification.

4.            Competition Players are requested to report to the Starter at least TEN MINUTES prior to their scheduled starting time.

5.            Members should read the Notice Board before starting play, as they are deemed to be aware of all notices, local rules, etc that are posted. They should also check their handicap before playing and/or handing in their completed card with correct handicap shown on the card.

6.            The winner or winners of all Championships, shall, in the event of a tie occuring, be determined by a sudden death play, the Match Committee will determine the sudden death play off holes. Ties in all other events shall be determined in accordance with the countback principles recommended by Golf Australia.

7.            The Member’s handicap, current at the time of the Club Championship shall apply for all rounds, daily competitions to be played on current daily handicap.

8.            A player can win only one trophy in any one Championship event.

9.            The Fourball Match Play play-offs must be played on the dates set down in the Fixtures List, current handicaps to be applicable on the day of the match.

10.         Players are permitted to play in any 18 hole event once only. A player playing in the morning will be deemed to have played in the event with this round, even though he may play again in the afternoon. His afternoon round will not be eligible for the competition except under special circumstances authorised by the Match Committee.

11.         In the event of less than 12 cards being taken out for an event, the event is automatically switched to a Sweepstakes.

12.         Players SHALL RETURN all competition cards for handicapping purposes within 10 minutes of completing your final hole. Failure to do so will result in a Non Completed Round against your handicap record.

13.         Players with a booked time who are unable to attend should notify the Starter at the earliest possible time.  Starter telephone 07 3267 5885.

14.         A scorecard incorrectly marked or not signed by the Player or Marker is subject to disqualification. The Match Committee may alter a result but cannot alter a stroke score. Refer to Rule 6 – Players Responsibilities.

15.         Motorised golf cars are permitted in all events.

16.         The Match Committee, or in their absence, the General Manager may noise test or disqualify players whose motorised golf cars are excessively noisey or smokey.

17.         Championship rules apply to:

*  Club Championship                      *  B Grade Championship

*  C Grade Championship               *  D Grade Championship

*  Foursomes Championship           *  Senior Championship

*  Veteran Championship                *  Junior Championship

*  Nudgee Cup                                 *  Junior Foursomes Championship                                  

18.        Men.  Grades and Divisions for Championships and Saturday Competitions:

“A Grade”  0-9                       “B Grade”  10-15

“C Grade  16-20                    “D Grade” 21- 36

19.       Men.  Although an event may be advertised as “A”, “B”, “C” and “D” Grades, the Match Committee reserves the right to vary the division between Grades on the day of play, dependent on the number of starters.

*  Up to 75 Starters       - One Division

*  76 to 150 Starters      - Two Divisions

*  151 to 225 Starters    - Three Divisions

*  226 plus Starters       -  Four Divisions

*  200 on Saturdays      -  Four Divisions

Men.  The handicaps for two divisions will be:

           “A”  0-15         “B” 16-36

           The handicaps for three divisions will be: 

            “A”  0-13         “B” 14-20        “C”  21-36

           The handicaps for four divisions will be:

            "A" 0-9           "B" 10-15         "C"  16-20         "D"    21-36

20.       NUDGEE CUP

The handicap limit for this event is 24. Members in contention with a handicap higher then 24 will be adjusted back to give a final result. Normal A, B, C and D Grade events will be run in conjunction.  Nudgee Cup winner is determined with the Best Nett score.  If a tie occurs, an 18 hole playoff is required to be played at the set time the Match Committee decide.

21.         Unless otherwise determined by the Match Committee, trophies are awarded in all individual Medley events to the best score by a Member and the best score by a lady. In 4BBB Medley events trophies are awarded to the best score by a members pair and best score by a mixed or all lady pair.

22.         PRESIDENTS TROPHY

A single stableford event conducted each month.  Grade winners qualify for the Presidents Trophy Final.  Finalists will be notified in writing.

23.         MONTHLY MEDAL

A single stroke event conducted each month.  Grade winners each month qualify for the Medal of Medals Final.  Finalists will be notified in writing.

24.         FOURBALL EVENTS

*  Up to 75 Starters   One Division

*  76 plus Starters     Two Divisions

25.         NUDGEE PLATE

A Golf Queensland Angus Buchanan & Bill Kennedy (AB & WK) Event open to men and ladies with GA handicaps.  Single stroke best gross event. The winning best gross played from the Blue tee markers is the Nudgee Plate Winner, standard countback if a tie occurs.  The Nudgee Plate is played in conjunction with the daily competition, traditionally held on a Sunday in June.  No nomination form required to compete, players call or e-mail the club to book. Reserved tee times held for players off a 6 or less handicap. 

26.         The Conditions and Fixtures are subject to alteration by the Match Committee at its discretion. Full rules and conditions for major events will be displayed prior to the issue of timesheets.

27.         Only Members and Lady Members of Nudgee Golf Club Inc will be eligible to qualify for Mothers Day and Members Fourball Championships. Handicap Limits may apply.

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