Registrations other that exclusive bookings for groups over 28 must be made online via the website. (Online bookings are available from Friday 6th September 2019)
Online bookings for each session will close at 9:00 am the day prior to the session. No walk-up entries will be accepted. Players booked in under subscribed sessions may be transferred to an alternative session time – See full terms and conditions for details.
Bookings from $79 (inc GST) applies per person. A booking fee will be applied at the check-out. Bookings are subject to availability. All payments are final and non-refundable.
All exclusive group bookings (Corporate/Party) are subject to availability and have a minimum food and beverage spend. Contact us now for further information or to secure your booking prior to the general release.
GIO Stadium Canberra’s Conditions of Entry apply.
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All exclusive bookings include a food and beverage package and the minimum booking size is 28 golf participants.
40 golf participants is the maximum number that can take part in the golf event, however non playing guests may be added to the function and may watch from the comfortable Clubhouse facility in the “West Lounge”.
Smaller corporate or party groups will be joined by other participants, however private function spaces are available subject to availability for pre and post event functions.
Please contact us on 02 6256 6700 to discuss your group booking requirements.
Yes – Food and beverages can be purchased before and after you round at the Sports Bar located in the West Lounge. There will be additional opportunities to grab a quick beverage on your way around the course.
Please drink responsibly – GIO Stadium Canberra reserves the right to refuse participation if players are deemed unfit to play.
The event is open to all ages, but children 15 years and under must be accompanied by an adult playing in the same group.
The event is recommended for those with moderate fitness and mobility given the number of stairs to be negotiated around the course.
The actual playing time will be approximately 90 minutes however there will be plenty of time to enjoy the Sports Bar before and after your round.
A shot clock will be used to keep play moving, each player will be allocated one minute at each hole to play their 3 shots. Your personal caddie will ensure that your group is keeping pace.
The Sports Bar will open 30 minutes before the first session and close approximately 45 minutes after the last session each day.
No, Stadium golf is for all levels from beginner to professional.
Car parking is available directly outside the West Gate at GIO Stadium Canberra, access to this area via Battye Street. Please note this parking area is known as “West VIP Car Park” for major events. See GIO Stadium Canberra Parking Map
Entry to GIO Stadium Canberra for Stadium Golf will be via the “West Corporate Entry” at the end of Battye Street. Please note GIO Stadium Canberra Conditions of entry will apply.
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing suitable for a round of golf including closed flat soled shoes. (No thongs or high heels)
Yes, there will be children size clubs available. Each tee will have a range on men’s, women’s and children’s clubs in right and left handed.
All sales are final and all bookings are non-refundable
Golf is a game played in the elements and accordingly the event will be on rain, hail or shine. (except for extreme weather conditions and or lightning)
7 or the 9 teeing platforms are in the covered grandstand areas and will be partially protected from the elements.
Yes, however for safety reason spectators are only permitted in the Sports Bar area which affords panoramic views of the course.
Two Stadium Sports Lounge passes to a 2020 Brumbies or Raiders fixture will be awarded to the lowest female and male score throughout the event. Leading scores will be shown on the GIO Stadium Golf website throughout the event. There is no limit to the number of times a player can participate.
If the lowest event score is tied the winner will be decided by the golf Australia “count-back” system.
The lowest female and male score from each session time will be awarded a dozen Callaway Golf balls.
If the lowest session score is tied the winner will be decided by a “sudden-death” putt-off on the 10 hole.
No, scores for the 9 outside holes will be allocated by the proximity to the hole of your best shot from the three played;
Score 1 – In the hole
Score 2 (Birdie) – within the 5 metre diameter circle
Score 3 (Par) – within the area of the green you are aiming at
Score 4 (Bogie) – anywhere on the grass playing surface
Score 5 (Double Bogie) – outside the playing area in the seating or concourse areas
You will get the opportunity to show off you putting skill on the 10 hole which is located in the Sports Bar.
You can bring you own glove but all clubs and balls will be provided for you on the day. Personal club and ball use is not permitted.
Yes. Players must follow the instructions and direction of their caddie at all times. Your personnel caddie will guide you around the course and advise you on how to play each hole. Your caddie will also keep your group on track with the allocated session times.
Players that ignore the instructions of their caddie and/or behave dangerously may be denied further participation and no refund will be provided.
Player must arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to their starting time. Player should check-in at the Clubhouse as soon as they arrive. A player briefing will take place 15 minutes prior to the start time, players will meet their caddie at this time.
The 9 outdoor stadium holes will have raised teeing platforms with short-pile synthetic turf foam based hitting mats.