Please be advised that the Royal Women’s Hospital 4BBB and Mens 4BBB event scheduled for Wednesday 28th February 2024 has been postponed. The event will be Stableford.
Due to the high temperature forecast some individuals may choose not to play and this will alleviate any concerns if one member of the team is wanting to withdraw from play.
Match Committee has made the decision to open additional tee times from 7.30 A.M. to allow for members to hit off earlier. The current time sheet has not been deleted. If you wish to change your tee time this choice is available to you.
The Bureau of Meteorology states that the temperature at Ravenswood will be 37 degrees on Wednesday 28th February 2024 and as such the heat policy is not being enforced.
Places for a 9 hole comp have not been reserved but with expected changes to the current time sheet if members are interested in playing please make contact with Captain Sue Slattery on 0413173770.
The Royal Women’s Hospital 4BBB and Men’s 4BBB will replace the Gentsomes event that was scheduled for Wednesday 27th March. 2024. This will be an 8.30 assembly for 9.00 A.M. shotgun start followed by a shared luncheon and some Easter fun.
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Non-members with a Golflink number are welcome to join our competitions. Please call the Pro Shop on 0413 514 662 or 54353370 to book a hit off time. Course fees and competition fees apply.
Social golfers are welcome to play following the competition, but need to phone the Pro Shop for availability hit off time and cart hire if required
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Welcome to Belvoir Park Golf Club
Our Bendigo golf course is considered by many as Central Victoria's best kept golfing secret. It is etched into the Big Hill ranges, just a short drive south from Bendigo off the Calder Hwy, approx 3kms from Lansell Square, Kangaroo Flat. If travelling to Bendigo from Melbourne, keep an eye out on the left hand side of the Calder Hwy for a Bendigo local winery sign along with the golf course sign on the right, once over Big Hill.
The club was established in 1947, spending its first 50 years as a sand-scrape course but in 2000 it was officially opened after the course was converted to grass greens. It is lushly grassed with contoured fairways and large greens.
It boasts a well stocked Pro Shop and Resident Pro with a large range of carts available for hire. A challenging but rewarding course for the beginner right through to the expert golfer. The signature hole is the Par 3 11th that has breathtaking & sweeping 360 views of the Big Hill ranges. The course has some gentle hills but can be easily walked with hand held buggies.
Come visit for a round.