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Golf 2021-10-10T15:56:02+00:00

An exciting new golf course is coming

Course architect Neil Crafter of Crafter + Mogford has been commissioned to layout a quality course design. The firm has designed over 60 golf projects across Australia and Asia including Golf Clubs at Glenelg in SA, Sorrento in VIC, and Cronulla here in NSW.

There are further plans for an upgrade to the golf course, and to add more water features and storage, while creating a 12-hole golf course with the capacity to play 18 holes. This unique offering, along with world class practice facilities will put Chatswood Golf Club as a leader within the golf industry.

COVID UPDATE 

Golf Booking Timesheets 

From Saturday 23 October, timesheets will be available as follows:

  • Groups of 4 for double vaccinated members and visitors.
  • Groups of 2 for unvaccinated members and visitors.

The majority of times will be allocated as groups of 4, in line with current vaccination rates. These will be monitored and adjusted in the coming weeks as changes occur.

Golf Shop

The Golf Shop will continue to operate under the “Click and Collect” model which is currently in place. This will allow all members and visitors to be served in a consistent and safe way, protecting our staff who will wear masks in the Golf Shop as required.

Staff will check Vaccination Certificates of all visitors to the Club along with IDs to ensure travel compliance for the unvaccinated, with information provided at the time of booking over the phone regarding our rules at CGC and the enforcement of the PHO.

COVID-19 Compliance

QR Code Sign-In remains compulsory for all members and visitors. People who are double vaccinated are not required to wear masks outdoors. People not fully vaccinated must wear a mask outdoors, unless exercising.

Compliance of the PHO at all times is essential and non-compliance will not be tolerated at CGC. The Board fully supports the General Manager and has instructed him to advise his staff that non-compliance / unreasonable behaviour will not be accepted. Staff have also been instructed to contact and request support from authorities as appropriate.