BHGC Community Golf Day – Results

Published on 8th August 2023 in members and guests

Thank you to everyone who played in the 2023 Community Golf Day.

The Club’s commitment to being a good community citizen shines through its efforts to support the local primary school through hosting a dedicated golf day and donating the main raffle prize.

This year 123 players took to the field and enjoyed a casual round with friends before coming in to the Clubhouse for a community and family gathering.

The generosity of golf day participants and raffle ticket buyers raises funds that provide additional resources for the primary school, benefiting the students directly. The day also fosters a strong bond between the golf club, school and local families. Green fees and proceeds from the raffle will total circa $10,000, a fantastic result.

Whether you played on the main course or enjoyed a family game on the Par-3 course later in the day, we hope you enjoyed the golf.

Nearest the pin 4th hole: A Tindale

Nearest the pin 8th hole: Brett  Armstrong

Longest drive 18th – Men: Mitch Bruns  | Women Amy Proctor

Hole in one on the 13th – Amy Proctor

Raffle prize winner – Harry Azidis

Amy Proctor


The 11th annual Community Golf Day will be held on Sunday 4th August 2024.

Each year, locals enjoy a round of golf on mainland Australia’s highest rated public access course while raising funds for the Barwon Heads Primary School.  


Date: Sunday 4th August 2024. 

Time: 12.45pm for a 1.00pm shotgun start.

Green Fees: $TBC

All green fees go to the Barwon Heads Primary School.


Golf on the main course

12:45pm for a 1:00pm tee-off

Parents, locals and friends are invited to make a booking on the highly regarded main course at the special price of $75 (normally $200) for 18 holes of golf. Bookings and prepayment are essential and places limited to 112 golfers.

All proceeds will go to the primary school.

Bookings – Open on the last day of term two 2024

Prepayment is required and players must adhere to the dress code. E.g. collared shirts, white socks (for men if wearing shorts) and strictly no denim, cargo shorts, beachwear or thongs. See here for more information about the course, etiquette and the dress code. Alcohol on the course is strictly prohibited at any time but especially so during an event associated with the primary school. 

The golf is social play only. Players may organise their own competition(s) between friends if they wish. There will also be nearest-the-pin and longest drive prizes.



From 4:00pm

Free Par-3 golf for children (Bookings essential)

From 4:00pm, children are invited to use the Par-3 course and tennis courts for free. Please BYO balls, clubs and racquets and to guarantee a place, book via the golf shop. 

Parent supervision is a requirement and participants assume the risks inherent in playing and spectating golf.



The Clubhouse get-together after golf

From 5:30pm – 7:00pm  

Clubhouse get-together 

To coincide with the event on the main course finishing, the families of all golf, tennis and Par-3 participants are invited into the Clubhouse. Turn your phone to silent mode, dress appropriately (no blue denim etc. – see the Clubhouse dress code below) and enjoy the after-golf camaraderie of the Clubhouse. Adults must accompany children.

A complimentary sausage sizzle will be served when the golfers from the main course return to the Clubhouse, usually around 5.30pm. Drinks will be available to purchase at member prices.


Golf and Clubhouse Dress Code

Map of the course – If you know the tee number you’re starting from use this map as a guide. NB: Some tees are a 10-15min walk from the Clubhouse.





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