Playing at CGC
Getting a Tee Time
Cottesloe Golf Club is a private golf club, however there are opportunities for visitors to play our course.
Members of a Reciprocal Club with a reciprocal agreement may seek a tee time. Too view our reciprocal clubs, click HERE.
Members may invite a guest to play, with the payment of the applicable green fee. Guests may only play 6 rounds in any year.
Interstate and overseas visitors who hold a World Handicap may be able to book a tee time. Contact our Golf Shop on 9384 5832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cottesloe Golf Club has its own local rules, some of which may change from time to time. To view our current local rules, please see the attached document below.
To be read in conjunction with the Rules of Golf and the Cottesloe Golf Club Local Rule Boards.
Please see the attached document for our summer and winter playing times, including public holidays.
On Course Etiquette
All golfers are expected to abide by our course etiquette requirements.
Care of course
- All divots must be repaired, both on and off the fairway, by chopping in
- All pitch marks both on the green and on the skirt must be repaired with a pitch repair tool
- Buggies must not be pushed over greens
- Carts should remain approximately 10 metres from the green
- As far as possible , buggies should not be pushed between greens and green side bunkers
- Carts should use the cart paths as far as possible, and should not be driven off the rough into the bush
On the course and practice facilities, in the Clubhouse and surrounds, and in the Lounge, Terrace Room and Dining Room:
- Golf attire should be neat, tidy and appropriate for the conditions
- Golf shirts must have fold down collars or a mock turtle neck
- Cargo shorts (with multiple pockets) are not permitted
- Golf shoes must have soft spikes
- For women, exercise clothing (eg leggings), should not be worn on the course unless under approved golfing attire
To view a copy of the full dress code, please see attached.
Mobile phones may be used for distance measuring, scoring, text messages and voice mail, and to access the internet. Mobile phones must be in silent mode except in cases of emergency.
Mobile phones should not be used in any way which interferes with other club Member’s enjoyment, either in or around the Clubhouse or on the course.
Responsible Service of Alcohol
In accordance with the Liquor Licensing Act 1988, Club staff are obliged to ensure that responsible service practices are employed at all times. Club staff have complete discretion to determine when to cease the service of alcohol.
The Clubhouse is a smoke free environment and as such smoking (including e-cigarettes) is not permitted in the Clubhouse at any time. Members should be courteous to fellow members and guests when smoking on the balcony.
All players to please note the following procedures to prevent injury to staff.
If a green is being worked on by staff and the flag is not in the hole, players are not to hit to the green until the flag has been replaced.
In all other situations, players must receive acknowledgement from staff who are in range before playing a shot and generally take other such reasonable precautions as would be necessary in the circumstances to ensure safety to all.
Where the course is advised as closed, there shall be no play on the course unless the course is closed for a specific event.
Golf Shop and Golf Operations
The Golf Operations Manager and staff have authority from the Board to:
- Enforce correct dress regulations for players
- Check and question the playing rights of all persons using the course and its facilities
- Collect all green fees
- Enforce the Rules of Golf and Rules of the Club
- Ensure all fields are started according to the time sheets and conditions
- Monitor pace of play
Members and visitors are not permitted to have any animal with them at the Club or on the course.