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North West Bay Golf Club is set in a beautiful location. It is a 5927 metres off the Blue tees with a slope rating of 130, 5663 metres off the White tees with a slope rating of 122, 5293 metres off the Red tees with a slope rating of 124 and 4973 metres off the Yellow tees with a slope rating of 116, 18 hole golf course and is both picturesque and challenging.

Men's competition days are Wednesday & Saturday, competition fees for Members are $8 (Wednesday) & $10 (Saturdays), Visiting Members $16 (Wednesday), Visiting Member Invitation Days $20 (Saturdays) & $25 for Member Non Invitation Days. Fees include birdie and superpin Competition.  Please ensure you have your Golflink number.

During daylight saving a 9 hole Chicken Run is conducted each Thursday afternoon with meat for a BBQ available. Members $5, non Members $15. All welcome.

Ladies competition days are Tuesday & Thursday.

The course is open to the Visitors for a Green Fees for 18 holes is $30 and for 9 holes is $20.    For course availability please check with Sec.-Manager   03 6267 2166

Please ensure you have paid prior to playing.

With the 2018 | 2019 Entertainment Membership about to expire, now is the perfect time buy the brand new 2019 | 2020 Entertainment Membership! Packed with thousands of valuable offers for everything you love to do, all while supporting fundraising for North West Bay Golf Club.

Swing Fit is a Golf Australia endorsed golfing program for women aged 18+, who may be interested in taking up golf in a friendly, social way.

What will I learn from Swing Fit?

• Swing Fit will give you the basic skills, knowledge and confidence to get you started in golf

• It gives you an opportunity to meet other beginners to enjoy golf with and gets you familiar with a golf club/venue environment

• The basics of the golf swing and how to putt over a six-week program, whilst also getting your whole body moving through golf-specific conditioning and movement exercises.

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MyGolf is Australia’s national junior introductory program to develop and promote participation in golf.

An introductory program to the sport, the MyGolf program is designed for 5 to 12 year olds and is the major driver of junior golf participation in Australia.

Through the MyGolf program, we aim to provide a fun, accessible and satisfying introduction to the sport of golf by promoting skills development, as well as the social and fun aspects of the sport, to the wider community.

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Club Newsletter November 2016

North West Bay Golf Club Newsletter November 2016

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Slow Play

Slow play is the bane of most players. An 18-hole round of golf should take between four and four and a half hours but often, they are much longer. So what can be done to speed up play? 1. Pace your game on the course. If a game takes four to four and a half…

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Practice Green

The NWBGC lacks adequate practice facilities, which limits the Club’s ability to allow its members to develop their golfing skills. The development of a practice green would allow members to practice putting and to a limited degree chipping. The project entails building a two-tiered practice green which measures approximately 25 metres in length and 12…

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Tee Work

Work is planned to improve the 6th and 15th tees in the near future. The work on the 6th tee will be in two stages. The first stage includes extending the front of the tee to allow proper tee placements for the ladies and levelling the front and the back of the tee. The second…

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Greens Coring

On October, the course’s greens will be cored and sanded. Coring of the greens is a very disruptive task. However, it is very necessary and vital work. So, why is coring so important? The simple answer is to keep the turf healthy. The condition of greens are under constant assault from continual foot and mower…

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Golf Etiquette

Grasping all the relevant do’s and don’ts of golf takes time. So you’re comfortable on any golf course and with any player, use this list as a good start for the rules of golf etiquette. Do: ? Play at a reasonable pace. ? Repair ball marks, replace divots, and rake bunkers. ? Pay attention to…

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