Rich River Golf Club Resort offers some of the best golf in the country!
Our two award winning 18 hole champion golf courses have developed over the years to become one of regional Australia's premier golfing venues. The par 72 West Course has traditional tree lined fairways with small tricky greens and takes the serious golfer on a 6,183m journey. The par 72 East Course was redesigned by Peter Thompson in 1998 and features large greens, wide fairways, Thompson signature bunkers and covers 6,131m. Both courses provide outstanding challenges for all players.
Booking Golf at Rich River Golf Club Resort.Members bookings click here.
For recreational golfers there is plenty of assistance from our Golf Professionals and our fully equipped Pro Shop.
|18 holes (unlimited)||$35||$42|
|Reciprocal Club Members||$18.5||$22 (50% reciprocal amount shown)|
|Under 18 years (18 Holes)||$22||$22|
|Under 18 years (9 Holes)||$11||$11|
|Motorised cart hire (18 holes)||$40||$40 (Members Discount applies)|
|Club Hire (18 Holes)||$25||$25|
|Club Hire (9 Holes)||$16.50||$16.50|
Valid until 1st January 2013.
If you're planning a weekend or mid week getaway, Rich River can tailor a variety of great value golf packages, from two to five nights, with accommodation, unlimited golf and a range of meals.
> Learn more about our Golf Packages here.
Green Fee Bookings
It is strongly recommended that you book your tee times and golf carts well in advance to avoid disappointment. Please call the Pro Shop on 03 5481 3372 to make your booking.
Prices are inclusive of GST and a course maintenance fee of $2 for 18 holes and $1 for 9 holes.
Men's Golf Dress Regulations
Please note that recently the men's golf dress regulation has changed to:
- Shirts must be worn
- With shorts, either sport socks or long walk socks and appropriate footwear
- No large or offensive advertising on jumpers or shirts
- No tracksuits
- No metal spikes on the course or in the Clubhouse
Women's golf dress regulations is as per the current syllabus.
Every time I visit Rich River Golf Club Resort it has been improved in one way or another. The renovations are excellent. The staff were welcoming and polite. It is the total package.
After growing up in this region and now living in Melb, I was looking forward to playing Rich River. Although the course does not rate compared to some of the Melbourne Sandbelt courses, for about $20 mid week this is a ripper. The course was immaculately turned out, with all amenities available. The staff where fantastic and this is a place you can play everyday. The layout is good and I played with a local which helped a lot.
We enjoyed socialising with our friends in a pleasant,relaxing setting which was hassle-free. With everything on hand, there was no need to get in a car if we didnt want to. Our golfing enthusiasts played the course while the rest of us relaxed by the pool.
The immaculately groomed fairways, lined with mature gums and native trees, once cost me my worst round ever (133 - yes, that's right, and I was only playing off 20 as well!) - but even then I enjoyed the course, even though I would as easily have blown it up, along with my clubs! Also, with green fees at $30, it's great value.
I have to travel along the Murray regularly for work and always try to fit in a stay at Rich River Golf Club Resort. Both courses are a good challenge for the average B grader. Big mistakes cause big problems but generally the fairways are generous in width and most greens are accessable in regulation even if you aren?t a long hitter. The course is an easy walk. Love this place and the club facilities and service are excellent.
This place is great value. For around $187.50 midweek four of us got two nights accommodation and unlimited golf and then on top of that they gave us $30 worth of vouchers each to spend in the restaurant and bar. Whats more the staff can?t do too much for you.The courses aren?t bad either. I tend to agree that the east is the better but only marginally. The course is well kept and the greens and fairways true. Gets a bit dry off the short stuff and the sight of the virtually empty dams/lakes is a bit depressing. Its definitely worth a weekend trip away though.
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