Pleasant Point Golf Club
The Pleasant Point Golf Course is just 12km's from Timaru on State Highway 8, the main route to Mount Cook, Queenstown and the Southern Lakes. Bordered by lush farmland, council reserves and a newly created deer park, many holes enjoy views to the snow covered foothills of the Southern Alps.
The Ross Newdick designed back nine is enhanced with a clear spring fed stream meandering through seven of the holes. The course and its surrounds are planted with mature trees both deciduous and evergreen and an automated 18 hole pop-up sprinkler system combined with flat terrain and sand based greens make for ideal play all year round.
Course Details & Competition Days
Visitors are very welcome and are cordially invited to play in our competition days. Casual Green Fees are $20.00 per player for 18 holes or part thereof.
Saturday:12 noon start.
Green fee & Match cost $13.50 Visitors welcome
Saturday:12 noon start.
Green fee and Match cost $13:00
Mens Open Stableford
Thursday:12 noon start.
Green fee & Match cost $13:00
Ladies 9 Hole Competitions
Tuesday and Friday with a 12 noon start
Nine hole course no longer than 1500m, maximum length of a hole is approximately 225m.
Latest News ...
Congratulations to Noeline Scully and Geoff Roberts who won this year’s Thinkwater Shootout today. Thank you to Grant Collier and Thinkwater for their continued sponsorship of this event. Photos will be added tomorrow
Do you know any keen young golfers? Great. Get them to come along to free golf coaching which is available to all junior golfers starting 10am Sunday 8th November. Meet at the Pleasant Point Golf Club House. Clubs provided or bring your own. For further information please contact Grant Kake, 688 7654.
The Pleasant Point Golf Club AGM is to be held at the clubhouse at 7.30pm on Monday 30 November. Nomination forms for the 2016 committees will be up in the clubhouse by 30th October.
Junior Tiger Finals
The 2015 Junior Tiger final was played on Sunday April 12 at the Manawatu Golf Club, with junior qualifiers travelling from all over New Zealand representing their region. Grant Kake travelled to Palmerston North and caddied for Alex Kelliher who was placed 3rd equal in the boys under 11 section with a gross score of 38. Jessica Shearer was placed 8th equal in the girls 12 – 14 age group with a gross score of 55. Well done to both of these young players who played extremely well in very challenging conditions, four seasons in one day.