Temporarily Closed!

Due to the recent announcement from The Prime Minister registered clubs, along with other hospitality venues, are required to cease operating from Monday 23 March 2020, so as to slow the spread of Covid-19.

We will continue to keep Staff and Members informed of any developments via our website and Facebook pages. We thank you for your understanding in these challenging times and look forward to welcoming you back to the Club when it is safe to do so.

In the meantime, please continue to practice social distancing, stay safe and be kind to each other. We’re all in this together.


After receiving clarification from GolfNSW, the decision to allow golf courses to reopen has been endorsed by the NSW Government. This is providing that ALL players obey the current Public Health Orders that are in place.

As a result, Campbelltown Golf Club will reopen tomorrow morning at 9am 2nd of April 2020. ⛳️

When the course reopens, ALL players MUST adhere to the following rules else penalties will be issued:

🔴Groups of two only with 5 minute intervals
🔴Flags to remain in the hole at all times
🔴One driver per cart – no swapping drivers
🔴Social distancing must be adhered to at all times
🔴Maximum of two people in the Proshop at any time (excluding staff)
🔴ALL players MUST report to the Proshop else they will be putting their membership in jeopardy
🔴No alcohol permitted on course
🔴BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL (please see below)

We please ask that you book in tomorrow via the website and/or call the shop from 8:00am 02/04/2020. Walk-ups are discouraged as this may cause a breach of social distancing rules. Please remember that the course is still closed and access is not permitted until 9am on 2nd April 2020 with a booking.

MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE: Future competition play and rules moving forward will be available at the Proshop and posted on-line from 02/04/20 – this weeks April Medal and Gold Medal play off have been postponed until further notice.

We ask that anyone feeling unwell or displaying flu-like symptoms please stay at home. Also, the Federal Government strongly encourages people who are over 70, over 60 with a chronic illness or Indigenous people over 50 to stay at home.

Please ensure you keep yourself, family and friends up to date via this FB page.

We thank you for your co-operation.