Based on recommendations passed down by the state government, all Victorian GSM venues will implement modified conditions of play. PLEASE NOTE: THESE APPLY FROM 12AM ON JULY 9TH, 2020

  • All golf will be played in groups of 2 only
  • Driving Ranges at all Victorian venues are CLOSED
  • Golf carts, pull buggies or hire clubs are currently not available
  • Cafes will only be available for take away food and beverage only
  • There will be no competition play at the moment
  • Ranfurlie golf course will be members only

Each GSM venue’s layout is different, so please follow the instructions provided at the respective shops and be mindful of staff / other patrons when entering. Social distancing protocols will apply at all times; minimising the risk of infection to other members and staff remains the highest priority.

We thank you in advance for cooperating.

Golf ShopOpen
Golf CourseOpen
Clubhouse Seating AreaClosed
Picnic AreaClosed

Golf Shop Open
Golf CourseOpen
Driving RangeClosed
Restaurant & Cafe – Takeaway Only

Golf ShopOpen
Golf Course – Open
Driving Range –  Closed
Members’ Clubhouse – Closed

Golf ShopOpen
Golf Course – Open
Driving RangeOpen
Clubhouse – Open (Restricted Service)

Golf ShopOpen (Members Only)
Golf CourseOpen (Members Only)
Driving Range – Closed
Restaurant & Cafe – Takeaway Only

Golf Shop – Open
Golf CourseOpen
Clubhouse Seating AreaClosed

FAQs (Taken from the Department of Health & Human Services website)

Can I play golf?

Under the directions put in place in Victoria from July 8th, you can play golf in groups of no more than 2 people. You must ensure 1.5 metres can be maintained between yourself and others. As always though, Victorians are being asked to be considered and use common sense when it comes their activities. You should only leave home if you really need to. We are all being asked to make sacrifices in order to save lives.

Can I use the Driving Range?

No. According to the DHHS website;

‘People playing together must be able to keep 1.5 metres distance from each other, and maintain 100 meters from all other groups, (e.g. only two people should be playing a single hole at a time).

Shared facilities and driving ranges cannot open and equipment must not be shared or rented.’

How many people can play golf on a hole at a time? What if there is a queue of golfers at a hole?

Golfers are required to exercise caution in maintaining a space of at least 100 metres between themselves and other groups.

Can i share a golf buggy with someone outside of my household?

You shouldn’t share a golf buggy with someone who lives outside your household. You must maintain 1.5 metres between yourself and others.