2015 NZWO - Final Hole crowd
Dawn on the driving range
The opening hole
Manicured fairways
NZWO 2014
Lydia Ko 2015
Finishing outlook.
18 from the air
The opening 9
Finishing on 18

Everyone is welcome to enjoy the Clearwater Golf Club experience. We offer a non-members the opportunity to become members for a day, with a range of included benefits. We also enjoy hosting small groups of 12-60 golfers with the ability to tailormake a tournament solution to suit your objectives. Food and beverage packages are also part of our service.

Individual Rates
 

Day Membership

$175 April to September, $250 October to March - Booking Form

 

Note : Greens maintenance is scheduled for September annually.

 

Includes unlimited golf on a single day, shared golf cart if required, range balls, locker, shoe and club hire if required, showers (with towels and toiletries) and Members Lounge access with free wi-fi. 

 

Note : Greens maintenance is scheduled for September annually.

 

18 Hole Rate - Walking

$100 April to September, $150 October to March - Booking Form

 

Includes 18 holes of golf on a day (electric cart available for extra charge), showers (with towels and toiletries), Lounge access with free wi-fi.

 

Note : Greens maintenance is scheduled for September annually.

 

Hire Equipment

 

Cart Hire 18 holes $50.00 (may be shared)

Shoe Hire (Footjoy).  $20.00

Club Hire (Premium set) $50.00

Pull cart   $10.00

Range balls (per bucket)$10.00

 

 

Caddy (per 18 holes on request) $100.00

9 Hole and Junior ( under 16) rates available on request.

Golfers Dress Code.

Clearwater Golf Club asks that all golfers observe our simple dress standards.

 

-Soft spiked golf shoes are compulsory

 

-A collared shirt (skivvies are acceptable) and tailored shorts, trousers or skirt are required

 

-Board shorts, football shorts, drawstring pants, denim jeans or shorts and swimwear are not acceptable attire

 

 

 

Caring for our course

Practicing good golf etiquette makes the game more enjoyable for everyone. Part of practicing good etiquette while on the course involves repairing your divots and ball marks. Both are very easy and take very little time. 

 

Divots are going to happen. But if we properly repair them, they will heal faster. Once a divot is made you should lightly sand the divot. All of Clearwater's carts are equipped with sand buckets and/or bottles to assist with this.

 

 

Not enough sand or too much sand will cause the divot to take longer to heal. It needs just enough to cover the divot, level with the surface of the grass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ball marks on the greens can also take a long time to heal if not properly fixed or if not fixed at all. Be sure to repair all of your ballmarks and one other while on the green.

 

 

Do not pull up when fixing a ball mark, as it will damage the roots of the grass. Bend the tool forward to the center.

Practicing these easy steps can lead to a better conditioned golf course and make your rounds more enjoyable. If you have any questions about how to properly fill a divot or repair a ball mark, stop by the golf course’sGolf Shop and the staff can show you how.