Committee & Local Rules

Committee & Local Rules

Golf Course Rules & Committee


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Out of Bounds

  1. Boundary fences.
  2. White stakes with blue tops on the right hand side of the 6th, 7th and 17th holes.
  3. Fences, lines and stakes around the clubhouse and carpark.

Water Hazards

All ponds, lakes, dams and streams are water hazards. (There are no lateral water hazards on the course). Where defined by burned lines or stakes, the stakes and lines are within the hazard.


See Rule 24-2.

  1. Stakes defining water hazards, GUR etc.
  2. The tennis court at the 6th hole.
  3. All prepared cart paths and roads regardless of the surface material.
  4. Staked trees.
  5. Timber bridges except within hazards.
  6. Sprinkler heads and valve covers.
  7. Concrete permanent distance markers on the tees.
  8. All signs and distance guide posts.
  9. All gardens, retaining walls and borders and sand boxes. 

Movable Obstructions

See Rule 24-1.

Hoops and ropes including their supporting stakes.

Penalty for Breach of Rules

Stroke Play: 2 strokes

Match Play: Loss of hole

Committee Members


Natalie McDonnell

Vice President;

Suzanne Greer


Gordon Thomson


Allan Harvey


Peter Dumbrell

Committee Ron Bower

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"Fantastic all-round golf/weekend getaway. My wife and I have played Kangaroo Valley a number of times now and always look forward to a weekend away down there. The course is always in beautiful condition and is long, generally quite wide and open, and always challenging. A couple of long water carries and picturesque high tees looking over the Kangaroo Valley would be highlights. It's up and down so a cart is a good option. We would recommend making a weekend of it and staying in one of the self contained on course cabins. Great log-fire restaurant on site, as well as the town of Kangaroo Valley. Definitely a 5 star weekend."

Kangaroo Valley Golf Course is located in the Southern Highlands on the South Coast of NSW.