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  • Welcome to Muirfield Golf Club | Barclay Rd, North Rocks NSW 2151
    Fees Junior Development Corporate Membership Weddings and Functions Weddings Social Functions Corporate Days Enquiries About Us Contact Us Directions Location History Board and Staff Member Login Welcome to Muirfield Golf Club Membership Course Public Golf Weddings Social Location Latest News METROPOLITAN JUNIOR OPEN RESULTS Read more A League Grand Final Live Read more Community Partnership Announcement Read more Muirfield on Facebook Muirfield Golf Club Muirfield Golf Club Barclay Rd North

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  • Pro Shop - Muirfield Golf Club
    Open Close Winter Monday Friday 6 30 5 30 Saturday Sunday 6 00 5 30 Summer Monday Thursday 6 30 6 30 Friday Sunday 6 00 7 00 Peter Jones Club Professional AAA Rated PGA Professional 13 years Tour experience Australia Asia Europe European Tour member 88 89 90 Winner Lacoste Open Denmark European Tour Winner of over 60 Australian Pro Am Tournaments Former Director NSW PGA Attends all PGA Coaching Seminars Qualified instructors are available for tuition 7 days a week including either on the course or in our Technology Centre Private Lessons Group clinics Individual Junior lessons and clinics Corporate groups Playing lessons Scott Barsby Assistant Professional Anne Rollo Teaching Professional The shop also has a full range of hire equipment available including Clubs executive and standard Shoes Pull Buggies Equipment Repair The Muirfield golf shop offers a full range of Club Repair services Our qualified team can cater for your entire golf club repair needs and since most work is done in house your clubs will be returned to you in a timely manner often while you wait or next day Shoes are re spiked while you wait An array of grips and shafts steel or graphite

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  • PJ's Tech Centre - Muirfield Golf Club
    game Our Professional staff has been extensively trained to give all players an unprecedented insight into their swing and equipment needs GOLF INSTRUCTIONS If you wish to get the most out of your game and reach your potential in golf it is imperative that you seek reliable accurate and educated advice from any of our PGA Professionals No matter what level of golfer you are whether you are a novice social golfer serious club golfer an elite amateur or even a golf professional at PJ s Tech Centre we can help you to improve your game Our staff has extensive knowledge across all areas of the game including playing and teaching experience at the highest level So you can be assured that you are receiving the advice needed to attain your golfing goals In our Tech centre you have access to revolutionary technology designed to improve your game no matter what your ability Capture Compare Improve GOLF INSTRUCTION Private Lesson Offerings We understand that what each golfer is looking for will be very different and that is why we ask you to detail exactly what it is that you are looking for before we even start From individual one off beginner lessons through to the ultimate game improvement packages the highly qualified specialist Professionals at PJ s Tech Centre will be able to assist you in developing your game Corporate Groups Corporate and group golf instruction programs are the perfect way to make you business meetings more successful productive and memorable What better way to show your group a great time than treating them to some entertaining and educational golf instruction Choose and customize your program from a menu of activities designed to strengthen your relationship with clients create a memorable experience and build camaraderie among your guests Our PGA

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  • Public Golf - Muirfield Golf Club
    the players are putting out When the play of a hole has been completed players should immediately leave the putting green All buggies must have wide wheels It is the responsibility of all golfers to play their round of golf as quickly as possible to prevent inconvenience for the groups that follow Each competitive round of golf will be subjected to time checks The lowest marker should be the captain and will be responsible for ensuring that the pace of play is optimised and using their best endeavours to encourage the group to keep up If required it will be his or her responsibility to record the starting and finishing times for their group SPEED OF PLAY To speed up play the following points need to be observed Always keep up with the group in front If you think a ball may be lost or difficult to find hit a provisional ball If it appears that it may be difficult to find a lost ball call up immediately provided it is safe to do so Do not stop at the half way mark if the group in front has already cleared the next tee If the tee is not clear be ready to move off as soon as they have done so The shortest hitters should hit off first As soon as shot is played move quickly to your next shot When group has holed out move quickly from the green and do not delay to mark your cards Call up on Par 3s where it is safe to do so except when the next tee is vacant The pace of play will be monitored and any group of players who demonstrate a tendency for slow play will receive a letter reminding them of their obligations If any player or group of players receives such a letter and subsequently within a further three months continues to demonstrate a similar tendency for slow play they will be required to appear before the Match Committee The Match Committee will have the authority to impose stroke penalties for further breaches as well as disqualification for continued serious breaches RIGHT OF WAY In the absence of special rules two ball threesomes or foursomes should have precedence of and be entitled to pass any other kind of match A single player has no standing and should give way to a match of any kind Any match playing a whole round is entitled to pass a match playing a shorter round If a match fails to keep its place on the course and loses more than one clear hole on the players in front it should allow the following match to pass Members are reminded that the President and Captain have priority on the tee and the course at all times PRIORITY OF COURSE MAINTENANCE AND GENERAL WORK The maintenance of the course will take precedence over all events being held on the course without exception The course is not available for play until 7 00am Mondays 8 00am on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7 00am Fridays to allow the Greens staff to perform maintenance such as chemical spraying without affecting golfers If coring of the greens cannot be performed due to wet weather then the coring will take place as soon as possible after that This will ensure that the course is properly maintained when required and not fitted in around competitions when convenient Greens staff have right of way at all times and players must refrain from hitting until it is safe to do so or until they are waved through by the staff concerned NOTICE BOARDS Members are requested to take notice of information posted on the notice board and should be conversant with such information before commencing play TIME SHEETS Owing to large fields it is essential that all members book starting times on the sheet provided and report to the Pro Shop fifteen minutes before booked time Failure to observe this rule leaves the Pro Shop no alternative but to move late arrivals to the end of the field Time sheets are available at kiosks in the clubhouse or online VISITORS Members of affiliated golf clubs with current Australian handicaps may be invited to play in club competitions on any Invitation Day with a men s handicap limit of 27 and ladies handicap limit of 45 When booking in visitor s name and club must be stated Members may invite one visitor only MEMBER INVITATION INFORMATION No one Visitor can play in a club competition more that six 6 times in a calendar year This will apply to all Invitation events including Wednesday Saturday and Sunday competitions This will also apply to Ladies Invitation events In order to participate in a Club Competition a visitor must be a Member of a recognised golf club affiliated with the NSW Golf Association or equivalent interstate body WGNSW or another recognised controlling body e g an Overseas Association but excludes Golf League and Women in Golf Visitors must carry proof of their current handicap In all Invitation events the Member male or female must partner their guest Apart from specified invitation events a Member may invite visitors under the following conditions On Saturdays Sundays and Wednesdays only Members of reciprocal clubs or by special approval by the Captain President and or General Manager Visitors cannot team together in Two Ball events GRADES In all events handicaps are divided into the following grades A Grade to 12 B Grade 13 to 19 C Grade 20 to 36 COUNT BACK SYSTEM Irrespective of which nine is played last the count back will be from the 18th backwards lowest net score for the last nine if still tied the last six then last three If scores are still tied then hole by hole backwards from the 18th This system will apply to all competitions unless otherwise stated PLAY OFFS Unless the course has been declared unplayable by the Golf Operations Committee the dates shown for all play

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  • Social Clubs - Muirfield Golf Club
    is well bunkered with tree lined fairways and water hazards to test every standard of golfer Tee times are restricted but are usually available on most days in the afternoon and at other times during holiday periods On some days early morning times are available Social Club Green Fee Structure Number Of Players Green Fee Further Bookings 0 12 46 per head 40 For Groups of 12 13 24 44 per head 40 For Groups of 12 25 36 42 per head 40 For Groups of 12 37 40 per head 40 For Groups of 12 Booking Conditions A fixed deposit for all social clubs which will be carried over for future bookings unless specifically required by the social club to be refunded after the booking this will assist with administration of the clubs and reduce the cost of being a regular at Muirfield for those clubs that have to maintain deposits at multiple clubs The fixed deposit will be 50 A flat discounted rate for taking up a vacancy at short notice to assist with filling available timeslots within 6 months The rate will be 36 per head for any group that takes up a short notice vacancy A

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  • Course Care - Muirfield Golf Club
    Knock in all sides of the edge of the divot with your club or your shoe Correctly mended divot Damage to Greens Flagsticks Bags etc Players should ensure that when putting down bags or the flagstick no damage is done to the putting green and that neither they nor their caddies damage the hole by standing close to it in handling the flagstick or in removing the ball from the hole The flagstick should be properly replaced in the hole before the players leave the putting green Handling the flag Don t drop the flagstick on the putting surface as it will cause damage Always lower the flagstick by club or by hand Avoid damage to surrounds by placing the stick in the centre of the cup When Removing Ball players are requested NOT to use their putter to remove their golf ball from the hole Bunkers Before leaving a bunker a player should carefully fill up and smooth over all holes and footprints made by him and then leave the rake with the handle pointing toward the tee of the hole being played Always enter the bunker at the lowest point Pull rake toward you as you exit the

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  • Course Tour - Muirfield Golf Club
    Tour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Muirfield is a Group One Golf Course providing golfing and recreational facilities for all levels of golfing ability Begin Tour Golf Pro Shop PJ s Tech Centre Public Golf Social Clubs Course Care Course Tour Local Rules and Dress Membership Course Public Golf Weddings Social Location Latest News METROPOLITAN JUNIOR OPEN

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  • Local Rules and Dress - Muirfield Golf Club
    up to a par 3 the called up group should NOT interfere with the players on the green i e by not approaching too closely when the players are putting out When the play of a hole has been completed players should immediately leave the putting green All buggies must have wide wheels It is the responsibility of all golfers to play their round of golf as quickly as possible to prevent inconvenience for the groups that follow Each competitive round of golf will be subjected to time checks The lowest marker should be the captain and will be responsible for ensuring that the pace of play is optimised and using their best endeavours to encourage the group to keep up If required it will be his or her responsibility to record the starting and finishing times for their group SPEED OF PLAY To speed up play the following points need to be observed Always keep up with the group in front If you think a ball may be lost or difficult to find hit a provisional ball If it appears that it may be difficult to find a lost ball call up immediately provided it is safe to do so Do not stop at the half way mark if the group in front has already cleared the next tee If the tee is not clear be ready to move off as soon as they have done so The shortest hitters should hit off first As soon as shot is played move quickly to your next shot When group has holed out move quickly from the green and do not delay to mark your cards Call up on Par 3s where it is safe to do so except when the next tee is vacant The pace of play will be monitored and any group of players who demonstrate a tendency for slow play will receive a letter reminding them of their obligations If any player or group of players receives such a letter and subsequently within a further three months continues to demonstrate a similar tendency for slow play they will be required to appear before the Match Committee The Match Committee will have the authority to impose stroke penalties for further breaches as well as disqualification for continued serious breaches RIGHT OF WAY In the absence of special rules two ball threesomes or foursomes should have precedence of and be entitled to pass any other kind of match A single player has no standing and should give way to a match of any kind Any match playing a whole round is entitled to pass a match playing a shorter round If a match fails to keep its place on the course and loses more than one clear hole on the players in front it should allow the following match to pass Members are reminded that the President and Captain have priority on the tee and the course at all times PRIORITY OF COURSE MAINTENANCE AND GENERAL WORK The maintenance of the course will take precedence over all events being held on the course without exception The course is not available for play until 7 00am Mondays 8 00am on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7 00am Fridays to allow the Greens staff to perform maintenance such as chemical spraying without affecting golfers If coring of the greens cannot be performed due to wet weather then the coring will take place as soon as possible after that This will ensure that the course is properly maintained when required and not fitted in around competitions when convenient Greens staff have right of way at all times and players must refrain from hitting until it is safe to do so or until they are waved through by the staff concerned NOTICE BOARDS Members are requested to take notice of information posted on the notice board and should be conversant with such information before commencing play TIME SHEETS Owing to large fields it is essential that all members book starting times on the sheet provided and report to the Pro Shop fifteen minutes before booked time Failure to observe this rule leaves the Pro Shop no alternative but to move late arrivals to the end of the field Time sheets are available at kiosks in the clubhouse or online VISITORS Members of affiliated golf clubs with current Australian handicaps may be invited to play in club competitions on any Invitation Day with a men s handicap limit of 27 and ladies handicap limit of 45 When booking in visitor s name and club must be stated Members may invite one visitor only MEMBER INVITATION INFORMATION No one Visitor can play in a club competition more that six 6 times in a calendar year This will apply to all Invitation events including Wednesday Saturday and Sunday competitions This will also apply to Ladies Invitation events In order to participate in a Club Competition a visitor must be a Member of a recognised golf club affiliated with the NSW Golf Association or equivalent interstate body WGNSW or another recognised controlling body e g an Overseas Association but excludes Golf League and Women in Golf Visitors must carry proof of their current handicap In all Invitation events the Member male or female must partner their guest Apart from specified invitation events a Member may invite visitors under the following conditions On Saturdays Sundays and Wednesdays only Members of reciprocal clubs or by special approval by the Captain President and or General Manager Visitors cannot team together in Two Ball events GRADES In all events handicaps are divided into the following grades A Grade to 12 B Grade 13 to 19 C Grade 20 to 36 COUNT BACK SYSTEM Irrespective of which nine is played last the count back will be from the 18th backwards lowest net score for the last nine if still tied the last six then last three If scores are still tied then hole by hole backwards from the 18th This system will apply

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