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This is a picturesque club situated on the banks of Lake Albert, which is surrounded by the southern suburbs of Wagga Wagga. It offers an outstanding eighteen-hole championship golf course measuring 6054 metres from the back markers and is widely acclaimed as one of the best country golf courses in New South Wales.

Currently the course is available to Members, Members Guest/s and Members of other Clubs with Golf Link Numbers.

Irrigation Levy: A $2 Irrigation Levy applies to all Social games which are required to be booked online or by phoning the Pro Shop


 Green Fees
Competition Member  $ 19.00
Competition Member Saturday $ 21.00
Competition Visitor $ 46.00
Junior Competition Member - Midweek $ 13.00
Junior Competition Member - Saturday $ 15.00
Ladies 9 Holes Summer Comp - Member $ 15.00
Social - 9 Holes Fee $ 29.00
Social 18 Holes Fee $ 39.00
Veteran Member $ 15.00
Veterans Visitor - Ball comp $ 23.00
Days of Play
Day Competitions Members social play
(to be booked online)
Monday Veteran 9 Hole Comp After Competition
Tuesday Women's Competition After Competition
Wednesday Members Competition After Competition
Thursday Women's Competition After Competition
Friday Medley Competition After Competition
Saturday Members Competition After Competition
Sunday Medley Competition After Competition

Please Note: 
The course may be closed on any day due to a booked event, competition or maintenance. Please contact the Pro Shop on (02) 6922 6444 to confirm availability or to make your booking.


Dress Code

Members are asked to observe proper dress and orderly conduct on the course. The suitability or otherwise of a member or visitors attire depends on the particular occasion and there should be no need to instruct members on this point. However, these are our dress code guidelines.


  • Collared shirts
  • Golf or polo shirts
  • Dress shorts
  • Trousers
  • Slacks
  • Enclosed shoes (flat soled)
  • Runners and sports shoes (flat soled)
  • Soft spikes only
  • Sleeveless shirts or singlets
  • Strapless tops
  • Tank tops
  • Football jumpers
  • Football or other sports type shorts
  • Work boots
  • Ripple sole shoes
  • Thongs and sandals

Golf Etiquette

There are four main areas of etiquette, which are Course Care, Safety, Consideration for Others, and Pace of Play.

All players should be mindful of all aspects of Course Care including repairing pitch marks, replacing divots and smoothing bunkers. For additional information please refer to: (www.golf.org.au; Rules & Handicapping – Course Care)

Before playing a stroke, ensure that no one is in your line of play or near your swing. Try not to move, talk or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke. In the interest of all golfers, players should play without delay.

Players searching for a ball should allow other players coming up to pass them; they should signal the players following them to pass, and should not continue their play until those players have passed and are out of range. Through the green a player should ensure that any turf cut or displaced is replaced at once and pressed down.

A sand bucket MUST be carried at all times and used to repair divots.

The flagstick should be properly replaced in the hole before players leave the putting green. When the result of a hole is determined, players should immediately leave the putting area.

Flag colours: red = front; white = middle; blue = back section of the green.

Golf Carts can be damaging to the course. Only drive in areas designated by the green staff.


Priority on the Course

In the absence of special rules, two-ball matches should have precedence over and be entitled to pass any three or four-ball 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 match following to pass.


Ground Staff on the Course

Ground Staff have right of way while working on all areas of the course. Please give sufficient time so that staff may move machinery and themselves out of the line of play. Under no circumstances are members to direct complaints directly to the ground staff. All complaints should go through the appropriate channels.


Heat Policy

Wagga Wagga Country Club’s (WWCC) heat policy has been implemented to ensure the health and safety of Members, Guests and the General Public, who are on the golf course and /or who are considering playing golf during extreme heat.

All players who are on course once 38° Celsius has been reached may retire from their competitive round of golf and submit their scorecard to WWCC official scoring area (Pro Shop) where their card will be recorded as NO SCORE APPROVED (NSA). No refund of fees is available if you choose to cease play.

When the temperature has reached 38° Celsius via Bureau of Meteorology’s official temperature, the Pro Shop shall implement WWCC Heat Policy by:

  • Sounding 4 short siren blasts. This is to indicate the temperature has reached 38° Celsius and the Heat Policy has come into effect.

Whilst players are discouraged from playing when the temperature exceeds 38° Celsius, if they choose to play in these conditions they do so at their own risk.

Golf Australia hot weather guidelines can be viewed at: