Playing at Berri
Playing Golf at The Berri Golf Course provides players with a unique experience on a challenging course. Built on sandhills that is the home to mallee scrub and native wildlife, the course presents beautifully with watered fairways and greens that play fairly but still test players of all levels. It is vital that you hit the fairways as if a ball is put into the rough it becomes a challenge to recover and good course management and recovery skills come into play. Enjoy a walk on the magnificent course or hire a buggy and navigate the many cart paths that meander between the greens and tee blocks. A wonderful country course that has everything for every golfer both on and off it.
All rates include GST.
New Members are welcome to seek one of the many affordable and tailored membership options available. Each level of membership is designed to allow golfers of all levels to feel welcome on joining.
The Berri Golf Club major Tournament is The Berri Open which is held in September annually. Other major events occur throughout the year to promote golf and weekly competitions are held 12 months of the year. View our fixture book to see what competitions are programmed in on your stay.
A driving range is located near the 17th fairway. Artificial Turf mats have been installed to ensure you get the best lie possible when practising. There is no fee to use this facility.
Junior Coaching is held on Sunday Mornings throughout the school terms. For $5.00 juniors can receive coaching and enjoy learning the game’s basics. Equipment is supplied and parents are encouraged to join in the fun.
A practice putting green is located next to the 10th tee block for players to use before a round or to practice on at any time. It replicates the greens on the course which gives players a true taste of what to expect when playing.
Warm Up Nets
Two warm-up nets are provided for players to loosen up before their round and are located adjacent to the 1st Tee.
We are proud of our course and expect all users to ensure they look after it by filling in divots with sand provided and repairing plug marks on greens. Please rake bunkers and leave rakes in the centre of the bunker parallel to play. Use the rubbish bins provided to deposit any waste including bottles and cans that you may have.
Members and visitors are requested to present themselves in a neat, clean and orderly manner of dress, which at no time will provoke complaints, be offensive or embarrass other members.
A reasonable standard of dress must be maintained at all times, both on the course and in the clubhouse.
Bare feet and thongs will not be permitted.
The manager or the committee shall have the discretion on all matters pertaining to the above.