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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - TEST
    Club Code of Conduct Club Etiquette and Course Behaviour From February the 1st the golf shop will have reduced hours of opening A green fee box will be in operation shortly for those green fee players and members wanting to introduce visitors The new hours are Monday 7 30 3 30 Tuesday closed all day Wednesday 8 3 30 Thursday 7 15 5 45 Friday 8 5 Saturday 6 15 6 Sunday 6 30 5 30 Want to know how the course has changed over the last two years Download some picture and see for yourself Upcoming Events There are no events to view A Great Place to Play Golf The Bacchus Marsh Golf Club was established in 1907 with the current course opened in March 1974 It is gently undulating and offers panoramic views of the picturesque Lerderderg Valley Competitive and social golfers alike will find the course offers some unique challenges With the completion of the couching program excellent golf conditions are available all year round And after your round enjoy an excellent meal and a drink in the clubhouse with lovely views across the golf course Come and enjoy the country life and hospitality only 45 minutes

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Course Tour
    us on facebook Bacchus Marsh Golf Club Select a Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Course Mens Card Par 72 Metres 6183 ACR 72 Womens Card Par 72 Metres 5309 AWCR 73 Course Tour NOTE The back nine has been renumbered Click on the image below to view a larger image of the course in a new

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Golf - Green Fees
    Marsh Golf Club Golf Green Fees Midweek 18 holes 20 00 9 holes 15 00 Midweek Seniors 18 holes 15 00 Weekends and Public Holidays 18 holes Saturday 33 18 holes Sunday and Public Holidays 30 00 9 holes 20

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Membership
    130 levy 5 day Monday to Friday 690 110 levy Spouse only if partner is a full member 690 110 levy Country minimum of 100km from BMGC 280 Student U25 requires student card 500 Junior U21 470 Student Junior U18 175 Student Junior U14 130 12 game Flex 230 26 game RDO 320 3 Month Trial Full membership 200 3 Month Trial Student membership 100 3 Month Trial Junior membership 32 Trial Membership Join the friendly Bacchus Marsh Golf Club and enjoy all the benefits of a full membership After three months we believe you will enjoy your experience enough to consider the option to continue your membership Price is 200 Juniors 32 Students 100 Trial membership includes All green fees for three months excluding competition fees Rights to obtain an official handicap and play in club competitions A club membership card Insurance and affiliation fees paid A rules of golf booklet A club syllabus A free joining gift from the club A golf buggy membership tag with expiration date A warm welcome to the club from all existing members together with encouragement and understanding to ensure you enjoy your experience Trial membership excludes Trial members will not be eligible

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Golf - Local Rules
    All stakes except out of bounds markers sprinklers watering control boxes bins safety fences sheds seats ball washers hoops signs distance markers and garden beds Overhead Wires A ball striking the power lines may be replayed without penalty The lowest handicapped player is captain of the formation and is responsible for maintaining etiquette and procedure Avoid disqualification by ensuring that scores are recorded correctly and card is signed by player and marker before submitting to committee Tempory Local Rules Cracks Relief Relief may be taken from cracks through the green Rule 25 1 b Marked Areas and Tree Stumps All marked areas and tree stumps treat as Ground Under Repair relief Rule 25 1 b Wheel Marks and Tracks All wheel marks and tracks treat as Ground Under Repair relief Rule 25 1 b Irrigation Work All excavation work associated with irrigation system treated as Ground Under Repair relief Rule 25 1 b Relief on Greens If the ball is on the putting surface relief may be obtained from sprinkler heads and repaired work on greens Bridge Between 9 th and 15 th Fairway The bridge and rocky area to be treated as immovable obstruction Rule 24 2 Staked Trees

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Juniors
    Conduct Pennant Tournaments Club Events About the Pro Downloads Links Juniors All information regarding our junior development programs is available here The BMGC is determined to grow participation and interest in golf We have developed a unique squad based training program that caters for all ages and skill levels Best of all it is free to all junior members of the BMGC We also understand that schooling is important For

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - Clubhouse
    Code of Conduct Self Exclusion Program Clubhouse Please after your game come and enjoy the hospitality of our clubhouse staff Sit and relax in our clubhouse or outside and take in lovely views of the golf course and Lerderderg Gorge valley The Clubhouse is a great place to have a quiet drink and light snack after a game of golf or if you prefer something much more substantial The Clubhouse is open seven days a week from 10 am with the kitchen open for lunch Tuesday to Sunday and for dinner seven nights a week Please be aware that it can get quite busy across the weekend so it is advisable to make a booking call 5367 2226 to avoid disappointment We also cater for functions if you are interested please contact the club on 5367 2226 or bacchusmarshgc bigpond com to make a booking Clubhouse Facilities Trading Hours 10 00am 10 30pm Mon Thu 10 00am 12 00am Fri Sat 10 30am 10 30 pm Sun 12 00pm 9 00 pm Public Holidays Times may vary at managements disccretion Meals Lunch Tue Sun Dinner Tue Sun Licensed Yes Dining Room Yes Other Facilities Spike Bar Kitchen snacks and Pro

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  • Bacchus Marsh Golf Club - History
    at several sites including Racecourse Reserve which is Crown land Lack of water in the dry climate and no land to call their own meant that golf was played on sand scrape greens only during the winter months The members decision to buy their own land in Links Road was momentous 40 000 was raised for the purchase of 120 acres approx 50 hectares of picturesque Lerderderg River front land including vital irrigation rights A small group of members opposed to the move formed a new club and stayed at the Racecourse Led by then club president the late Tom Swan the small band of enthusiastic members worked at weekends planting hundreds of trees helping to build the new course A sparse landscape was gradually transformed into the 18 hole course of today Opening day was held on March 24 1974 when members and guests joined in the celebrations 246 players competing in the first event The new clubhouse opened in 1975 Residential development soon followed continuing to expand today Surprising to present day visitors is the fact that there were only six trees on the whole site at that time Bacchus Marsh is in a geographical rain shadow with warmer temperatures and a lower rainfall than Ballarat and Melbourne The historic town nestles in a beautiful valley 45 minutes from Melbourne Ballarat and Geelong and is famous for its market gardens and orchards Popular stalls supply a wide range of produce along the iconic Avenue of Honour leading to the town centre To celebrate the Golf Club s centenary in 2007 a book From Millbank to the Lerdy was launched The book documents the club s first 100 years including social history of Bacchus Marsh such as the war years population rainfall etc Photos displayed in the clubhouse and

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