Competition Entries & Draws


This page lists competitions at the Club that are open to non-members. 

Guests and green fee players requiring accommodation while in Barwon Heads may make use of the rooms in the clubhouse. See the accommodation page for more details.


The Marrum Cup – Annually in May

Marrum Cup, Barwon Heads Golf ClubOne of Victoria’s most historic team competitions for women, ‘The Marrum Cup’ has been in existence for almost a century. It takes place annually at The Barwon Heads Golf Club in early May and since 1925 has attracted generations of women, including the finest golfers from clubs across Victoria and as far afield as the Royals of Adelaide, Canberra, Queensland and Sydney and Lake Karrinyup in the West.

What began in 1925 as a one-day competition now comprises of four days of individual and team events with up to 160 golfers taking part. The Club is extremely proud to hold an historic Victorian event that is a celebration of Australian women’s amateur golf.

More about the Marrum Cup



Community Charity Golf Day – Annually 1st Sunday in August

BARWON HEADS COMMUNITY GOLFThis is always a fun day and a great opportunity for non-member parents, locals and friends to play the course (at a significantly reduced rate) and enjoy the atmosphere of the Clubhouse afterwards. Social play places are limited to 112 golfers for an afternoon multi-tee start. Players may organise their own competition(s) between friends if they wish. There will also be nearest-the-pin and longest drive prizes. 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. 

Green fees and raffle ticket sales go to The Barwon Heads Primary School.

More details closer to the date via the school and the home page.



The Vincent Cup –  Annually in August

2019 Vincent Cup Results

The Vincent Cup, once dubbed ‘the men’s Marrum Cup’ began when Robert Vincent a member from 1919 and president from 1929-1930 donated the cup in 1931. He was prominent in planning and supervising the construction of the clubhouse.

The 2020 event will be played at The Barwon Heads Golf Club on Sunday 23rd August 2019.

This is a teams’ handicap par event for men and there is an individual par event held in conjunction with it, beginning with an 8.00am shotgun start. Clubs are welcome to enter two teams, with each club’s second team position to be decided by ballot.




Victorian Men & Women’s 2019 Senior Amateur Championships – September 2019

The Victorian Senior Amateur Championships have been contested since 1995 (Men) and 1931 (Women). Played previously as standalone events, the Men’s & Women’s championships combined in 2015 to be played at the same venue within the same week.

The Women’s Championship will now be played over 54-holes stroke play and is one of two GA Order of Merit Senior National ranking events.Trophies will be awarded for overall gross & net performances, as well as age category trophies (55-59 years, 60-64 years, 65-69 years, 70+ years).

The Men’s Championship is played over 54-holes stroke play and is one of two Golf Australia Senior National ranking events in Victoria. Trophies will be awarded for overall gross & nett performances, as well as age category trophies (55-59 years, 60-64 years, 65-69 years, 70+ years).

Date: Monday 16 – Wednesday 18 September 2019

Venue: Barwon Heads & 13th Beach GCs

For more details about the tournament and to enter please see the Golf Australia – Victoria website.

Victorian Men and Women’s Senior Amateur Championship



Wellways Geelong Charity Golf Day – Annually in October

This event is open to members (including provisional & restricted) and visitors. Pairings can be men, women or mixed. 

The event takes the form of a 4BBB. Shotgun start at 8.30am with registrations from 8.00am. 

Entry form

Draw (as at 1:00pm 17th Oct)



Victorian Family Championships – Annually in November

The Barwon Heads Golf Club

24th November 2019 – ENTRIES NOW OPEN

The Family Championship was initiated in 2004 to create a special event for Victoria’s golfing families.

The Victorian golf community has responded favourably with the Championship open to amateurs and professionals who have an immediate family relationship (step-parents, adopted parents and de-facto inclusive).

Each two-person team must have an immediate family relationship (step-parents, adopted parents and de-facto inclusive) which must be stated on the entry form. Some examples of eligible Family Championship team combinations are found below:

Father/Son; Father/Daughter; Mother/Son; Mother/Daughter; Husband/Wife; Brothers; Sisters; Brother/Sister; Uncle/Nephew; Uncle/Niece; Aunt/Nephew; Aunt/Niece; Grandparent/Grand-son or daughter; First Cousins; Father/Daughter or Son in law; Mother/ Daughter or Son in law.

This event is organised by Golf Australia (Victoria). Please see the Family Championships page on their website for more details and how to enter.



Junior Victorian Open – Annually in December

First run in 2013 in the lead up to the $3 million Vic Open, the former 18-hole tournament provided a great opportunity for juniors to experience the environment of a professional event. Following on from the success of the Vic Open, the Junior Vic Open is now played at 13th Beach Golf Links and Barwon Heads Golf Club as a World and Australian ranked 72-hole tournament. It attracts a huge field with some of the best junior golfers from Australia and overseas assembling in chase of the titles. The final round is streamed live via Facebook LIVE and the Golf Victoria website.  

All players will compete one round on the Beach and Creek courses at 13th Beach and one round at Barwon Heads. The final round will be played at Barwon Heads Golf Club.

This event is managed by Golf Australia (Victoria). Please see the Junior Victorian Open page on their website for more details and how to enter. A special accommodation rate is offered to participants.