Welcome to the Greendale Golf Club

The Greendale Golf Course is an 18 Hole Golf Course located on Coaltrack Road on the central Canterbury plains. Length is men 5623 metres par 72 ladies 5007 metres par 73.

The course is well sheltered in a quiet country location and maintained to a high standard. The layout of the holes is testing but fair with trees, water hazard or out of bounds a challenge on most holes. With excellent greens and well drained fairways and a round at Greendale is always enjoyable.

The Course can be accessed via the Main South Road onto Coaltrack Road at Norwood, or via Bealey Road onto Ridgens Road at Charing Cross. Map here

 Green Fee Players

Green Fees are $20 including GST per player per round and Green Fee players are welcome to enjoy the quiet surroundings. Players can check the course availability by telephoning the clubhouse 318 8046. If no reply a message will be on the telephone advising couse availabilty status. As the clubhouse is not attended full time green fee players should bring the correct green fee change. EFTPOS facilities are not available. Tuesday morning and Saturday afternoon are club days and visitors all always welcome to join in with the members on those occasions.

USEFUL LINKS:

Dotgolf website - for NZGA handicaps and more:  http://www.golf.co.nz/Home.aspx

Canterbury Golf Website - for latest golfing news, interclub draws and results:  http://www.canterburygolf.co.nz/

Tournaments

Monthly Mid Week

Men's and Women's Midweek Open Tournaments are held on the 1st Wednesday of the month. All players are welcome, entry fee is $15 with excellent prizes. Make up a four of your own or come along by yourself we will fit you into a friendly group. The vegetable soup provided by the club ladies after 9 holes is legendary, not available out of a can at the local supermarket!   Send you entry to us here.

Course Bookings

For information on course bookings refer to the following link

Announcements/News

Windstorm damage update

Due to the severe windstorm on Tuesday 10th September and damage to some of the trees,  the course still has some areas that are hazardous.  For Health & Safety requirements, areas that are cordoned off must not be entered.