The Rarangi Golf Club recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary and enjoys an enviable reputation as one of the top courses in the “Top-of-the-South”. A popular course for major competitions and inter-provincial events it also has a reputation for being one of the most welcoming to visitors with its friendly members and social clubhouse.
The Club has about 250 members and employs two paid greens staff – a senior Green keeper and a grounds man. The Club is managed by a volunteer committee who are supported by a willing workforce of members at working bees and carrying out everyday maintenance work freeing the greens staff for ongoing development of the course.
As there is no full time manager at the course you may not get an immediate response to a phone call at 03 570 5709; for Bookings – email us at email@example.com
The club invites members of the Motor Caravan Association to park overnight before or after a game of golf. Fee $10 PER PERSON for parking is waived if at least one FULL green fee is paid. Toilets only are available. Free WiFi.
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Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays – Mixed
Saturday 12:00 Report to starter by 11:45am
Sunday 11.00 Report to Starter by 10.45am
Winter: ( June, July and August )
11:00am:Report to starter by 10:45am
Midweek Men Wednesday:
11:00am: Report to starter 10.45am
Midweek Women Thursday:
10:00am: Report to starter 9:45am
Summer (December, January, February)
09:00-09:15am: Report to starter 8:45am
Winter: (June July August)
10:15-10:30am: Report to starter 10:00am
Green Jacket: Unofficial Men’s event
Friday: 12:00 noon
WHS Handicapping is now in place and Handicaps will prospectively change after every round (overnight) … wall charts are posted showing handicap ranges for different slope indexes – check on Dot Golf, and read your card every round.
Players must move briskly between shots. When the last player has putted out , move away from the green before filling in scorecards. Players losing one clear hole in front or looking for lost ball, should let the following players play through.
In competition if players fail to follow this procedure they may be penalised under Rule 5.6a and should conform to 5.6b.
Players on the course and not playing in the competition must give way at all times.
Green Fee players must show on their bags or person a swinger, that they have paid for the round before they have begun their round.
Green Fee charges are displayed outside the club house and may now be paid by Internet banking – a screen shot of the transaction is all that is required as proof of payment.