• Welcome to Mornington Golf Club: Community Sports Centre with Golf, Accessible Golf, Junior Golf Academy, Bowls, Bocce, Taoist Tai Chi, Indoor Bowls and Disc Golf


      Join Mornington Golf Club Multi Sport Complex and you will find a vibrant sporting and social atmosphere that exists amongst members and a warm welcome that is extended to visitors.


      The Club has a dedicated team to deliver golf and many other sports to the highest level. We offer our members a high standard training area for golf with plans to extend this into the future.

      Along with a first class recreational facility supported by a strong social calendar for members and their families, we also encourage families to become part of the club, an important community focus and vision.

    • COVID-19 - Alert Level 2

      Wellington is at Alert Level 2.

      At Alert Level 2, the general guidance for golf are as follows:

      1. The golf course, clubhouse, pro shop, changing rooms and any other facility at the golf club can open at Alert Level 2.

      2. All staff, players, visitors must adhere to general government advice, particularly all recommended hygiene measures.

      3. For golf clubs, appropriate hygiene and sanitisation practices must be maintained throughout the facility including all common touch points and surfaces.

      4. A system to record and retain the contact details of all staff, players and visitors must be in place to enable contact tracing should it be required. The NZ COVID Tracer QR code must be displayed as well as a secondary contact tracing measure for those not able to use the COVID Tracer app. There are some great resources for clubs and facilities at this link.

      5. Physical distancing of at least 2m between all staff, players and visitors should be maintained. Distancing should be maintained on the golf course and throughout all club facilities.

      6. All indoor facilities at a club need to restrict entry to a maximum of 100 customers at any one time. It is possible to have multiple groups of 100 inside a facility however there must be measures to keep the groups separate such as separate entrances/exits, temporary or permanent walls between groups, and separate airflow for each group. Multiple groups must not mingle or share common facilities at the same time. Outdoor facilities that are defined outdoor spaces can have up to 100 customers seated at any one time per defined outdoor space. Operations across facilities must follow government guidelines as published at https://covid19.govt.nz/. These guidelines include having all customers seated, separated, and served by a single person where practical.

      7. All staff should be provided with any appropriate personal protection equipment to ensure they can remain healthy and safe. Staff working inside clubhouse and pro shops must legally wear a facemask. Customers in clubhouse/cafes/bars do not need to wear a facemask when eating and drinking but all customers in a pro shop or retail environment do need to wear a face mask. Golfers on the course and course maintenance staff do not need to wear face masks.

      General Golf Operations Guidance:

      8. Groups of golfers must maintain physical distancing between themselves and other groups on the course.

      9. All pins should be removed from practice putting greens. Pins / flagsticks can be on the course however they should be left in the hole and should not be touched or removed by any player where possible. Bunker rakes can be on the course.

      10. All drinking fountains, ball washers, and shared sunscreen stations should be closed, and any shared club equipment such as carts or trundlers must be cleaned and sterilised after each use.

      11. Exchanging of physical scorecards should be avoided if possible and we encourage the use of the digital score entry app.

      12. Club events and competitions can be held so long as there is strict adherence to hygiene, distancing, and gatherings regulations.

      13. Shotgun or multiple tee starts can be used if they can be managed in a manner that does not see groups of golfers congregating.

      14. Coaching can be undertaken on a contactless basis and with social distancing being observed.

      If you are aware of members who do not have access to the website or emails please pass the above information onto them.

    • Mornington Golf Club Under Covid-19 Level 2

      Top Dogs & Top Cats

      Sun 31st Oct       Final Round Top Dogs & Top Cats Trophies

      Golf Coaching

      Accessible Golf and Junior Golf Coaching will restart once the Covid-19 Alert Level returns to Level 1.

      Tai Chi Lessons

      Tai Chi Lessons have restarted.

    • Give It A Go At Golf Day

      Peke Waihanga Artificial Limb Service, All Abilities NZ Golf, Mornington Golf Club supported a Give It A Go At Golf Day for amputees. This was completed inside due to poor weather conditions. Awesome day supported by members having a great deal of fun.

    • Back Row:  Marcel Thomson, Peter Lye, John Reid and Jeff Haigh
      Middle Row:  Paul Durkin, Stan Szalkowski, Steve Thomson and Joe Henry
      Front Row:  John McArthur, Scott Barnett and Billy Lunn 

    • Golf Coaching

      The Mornington Golf Club hold Golf Coaching as follows:

      Equipment is provided FREE OF CHARGE




      Junior Golf

      Accessible Golf

      Every Saturday between 1pm and 2.30pm Every Saturday between 1pm and 2.30pm

      Class 1: 5-9 years
      Class2:  10-15 years

      Click here for Junior/Accessible Golf Poster

      Contact Ray on Mobile: 027 201 4288 or Email: rjtuffin@gmail.com  

    • 2021 Indoor Bowls Season

      Indoor Bowls season dates will be 23rd March 2021 to 28th September 2021

      New members are very welcome any night including the first night.  Simply turn up on Tuesdays, about 7.15 for a 7.30 start, and wear soft flat-soled shoes. All other equipment is provided.


    • Mornington Golf Club: Committee for 2021-2022



      Patron Paul Eagle MP
      President Val Munro
      Vice Presidents Ron Fairbairn & Vince Burke
      Treasurer Bruce Ivamy
      Secretary Mary Sagato
      Assistant Secretary Darin Hiroki
      Handicapper Peter Minnoch
      Co-Club Captains Debbie Bewley & Dave Clarke

      Scott Barnett
      John McArthur
      Dave Pepere
      Clive Ralph
      Dion Russell

    • Inclusive Golf

      This Youtube clip was produced to highlight the work the club has been completing around inclusive golf. The clip was viewed on television throughout the 2016 NZ Golf Open which was Sponsored by Dr Handa who is behind and supporting blind and disability golf.

    • Juniors, Ladies, Men, Accessible

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      Juniors, Ladies, Men, Accessible

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    • Club Membership, Subscriptions & Application Form

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      Club Membership, Subscriptions & Application Form

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