Gosnells is a thriving private golf club and welcomes visitors from within Australia and overseas to come and enjoy some of the best golfing facility in Perth, Western Australia.
Mondays, timesheet permitting, is a designated day for social golf thus offering an exclusive opportunity for visitors to come and play.
This gives the great golfing public of Western Australia the chance to experience a great golf course at a great green fee rate
Green fee rate
Green fees rate on Mondays are $55 per person for 18 holes and $35 for 9 holes.
Green fees rate for Sunday social groups are $60 per person for 18 holes.
Golf carts are charged at $50 per cart (for non-members).
Please note that our pro shop is cashless. Cash transactions are accepted in bar only.
Please contact the Pro Shop on (08) 9455 1983 to book your next round of golf
For all new golfers at Gosnells Golf Club, we don’t have sand buckets to fill in divots on the fairway. Please repair the divot on the fairway by breaking in the sides of the divot with a golf club (in herring bone fashion) and then scuffing over the area with your spikes.
Should be repaired by using your fork to push the grass at the edge of the pug mark towards the centre of the hole.
Please repair your ball mark and at least two others. A pitch mark properly repaired will heal within 24 hours whereas an un-repaired ball mark will take at least 15 days to mend.
Bunkers need to be rake carefully and evenly after playing from them. The general rule is:
- Leave the lie that you would want for yourself.
- Replace the rake outside the bunker in an area that is least likely to affect movement of the ball – that being the areas within the vicinity of the bunker at the furthest point from the line of play to the hole.
- Try to push sand away from the edge.
Golfers are reminded of the following dress code when playing at Gosnells Golf Club. Simplified and easy to follow.
For men, golf shirts are required to be tucked in to tailored trousers or shorts. Shirts must be collared; polo style, mock neck, blade neck and turtle necked shirts are all considered appropriate. Untucked shirts are not permissible.
Women may wear shirts untucked.
Tailored trousers, shorts or skirts/skorts (women only)
Golf shoes with moulded soles or soft spikes (metal spikes are not acceptable); Sports shoes (with flat soles) accepted
Socks may be of any predominantly single colour to meet the standard.