Hi Members


Got friends in town for the long weekend? Treat them to some golf, green fees are only $30 on Saturday and Sunday and just $20 on Labour Day. Total bargain!

ONLINE ONLY https://www.karorigolf.co.nz/Teebooking/SearchClubDay.aspx


With the City of Wellington looming on November 7, it’s important to showcase the course as well as we possibly can.


A good impression can mean new members, more green fees and on top of that is simply a matter of pride.


With that in mind we need members to help with the Golden Mop - a proposed working bee on Sunday 1 November.


Please don’t leave all the work in the hands of the committee and greenkeepers. We know everyone likes work, so here’s your big chance.


Come along anytime from 8am till 11am to complete some of the jobs which need to be done to ensure our course and clubhouse is looking its best.


There will be a disc draw at 11am for those who wish to have a hit and we have blocked off tee slots to accommodate that. So you can clean up the course, then clean up the competition!


If you are able to help out then we would really appreciate an RSVP to karorigofclub@gmail.com so we can ensure we have all jobs covered.


There may be some painting jobs/gardening/shifting/cleaning jobs that need to be done! 


All hands on deck please!


Have you got your entry in for the City of Wellington Classic at Karori GC on November 7?

It’s a superb tournament, which draws players from all over Wellington. There’s plenty of prizes, and even more fun to be had.

Here’s a handy link  https://www.karorigolf.co.nz/event-calendar or enter on the board at the club. Just ENTER.

And double bonus, the men’s interclub selectors have it tuned in as a key event. So if you’re keen on interclub in 2021 enter and play well, and you’re halfway there.


The club has teamed up with local brewer Garage Project to bring members a range of their award-winning beers.


Started in a disused service station on Aro St, Garage Project has become one of Wellington's favourite craft brewers


From this weekend we will have available.


Turbine APA

Pils'n Thrills Pilsner

Fugazi - Low Alcohol 


We have some new stock of Footjoy gloves and some great looking womens Footjoy and Titleist visors. 


Still a large number of Men's trophies have not been returned. 

Help! We need to get them engraved, cleaned and in the cabinet ready for display at the City of Wellington!


Thursday evening. It’s a weekly tee off 4.30-5.30. A $20 entry includes BBQ Dinner. It's a great way to play fun social golf.


We have a new delivery of balls with ProVs still $79.99 and TruFeel at a bargain $39.99. We also have the Footjoy and Titleist catalogues available in the shop, so if members need gear they can order through the club.


Please keep up the handwashing, the checking in, and all of the other usual precautions around this. The authorities fear people are getting lax, and the events of this week have shown it can resurface very quickly.


Karori made an appearance on stuff.co.nz on Thursday, in a story about sausage rolls … “As well, after a mid-winter round of golf there’s nothing quite like the Karori Golf Club sausage rolls to warm the soul.” Try one!


Club Day on a Sunday has shown an increase in participation which is a positive spin, it’s so much fun out there, then reading the results later.


The Karori Cup is a year-long event based on Stableford Competition on Sundays. All you need to do to enter is hit "YES" for Club Day.


At the end of November we will be calculating the best 10 stableford rounds from each player to find out the 2020 Karori Cup winner. There is definitely still plenty of time to get those good score cards coming in!


2020 leaders (IT’S CLOSE!):


Here are the cumulative placing points in par competitions from November 2019, as calculated after the Par competition on 21 October.


There will be a cup awarding ceremony at some stage in the next few weeks. The Race to October 2021 for Par competitions will start on Wednesday, 4 November.


Leung, Martin 91

Cordue, Patrick 86

Markham, John 85

Pearce, Chris 82

Fitzgibbon, Derek 78

Cox, Michael 77

McLean, Fergus 71

Presland, Graham 70

Kennedy, Peter 64

McAlister, Terry 63

Karau, Gunter, Underwood, Luke 62

Diem, Victor 58

Lim, Alex 56

Kennach, Saint 54

Suggate, Mike 53

Hawkes, Paul 51

Adam, Dick; Brown, Trevor; Chandra, Satish; Norton, David; Patience, Ian; Calhoun, Doug 50



Karori Golf Club will have four men’s divisions for 2021.


Div 2 (Handicap range approximately 0-10)

Div 5 (Handicap range approximately 8-10)

Div 8 (Handicap range approximately 9-13)

Div 11 (Handiap range approximately 11-18)

Note these Interclub Trial dates in your diary - 

Saturday 28 November

Saturday 12 December

Saturday 16 January

These games will be fourball best ball matchplay against each other.  More detailed information including tee times will be shared closer to the time.

Div 2 -  Karori, Te Marua, Mahunga, PBGC, RWGC, Masterton  .

Div 5 -  Karori, Waikanae,  Shandon, Wainui, Otaki, Te Marua

Div 8 -  Karori, Shandon, Mahunga,  Judgeford, Wainui, Otaki

Div 11 - Karori ( New Entry), Miramar,  Martinborough,  Otaki, RWGC, Trentham, Kapiti, Mornington, Wainui


If you want to avoid printing cards, use the golf.co.nz app instead, it has a scorecard enabled. Simply use the clubhouse wifi to open it and the scorecard before you tee off - then it is able to operate in offline mode.



Monday - 10am-3pm

Tuesday 9am-3pm 

Wednesday 9.30am-4.30pm

Thursday 10am-3pm

Friday 9.30am-3.30pm

Saturday 9am-5pm

Sunday 9am-5pm


We were finding the club results were putting a heavy load on the email system, so for full results please use this link. https://www.karorigolf.co.nz/competition-results?ComeFromCat=1827


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