Visitors & Guests Daily Course Fees

Visitor Golfers/ Guest Fees

Visitors are welcome at Medway Golf Club however, tee times are restricted. 

Course access to Medway Mates or non members are typically:

Mondays – All Day

Tuesday – after 1pm

Wednesday – All  Day

Thursdays – After 5pm. (Summer only)

Fridays –  All Day

Saturday – no golf unless members of the club

Sundays – usually after 12pm. Social Groups are accepted in the morning as well as Medway Mates if tee times are available.

To receive the lowest guest rates and online direct booking 24/7 become a Medway Mate. Click on the home page or see the Medway Mates page under the golf dropdown to complete the application form.

As of September 1 2018 the following fees apply;

  18 holes 9 holes
Manager Introduced Visitor $60  $35 
Medway Mates (book online free application) $45  $30
Member Guest  $40  $25
Daylight Saving – After 4.30pm (unlimited) $30 (Medway Mates only), $25 member guest  
Corporate Groups  $45 – negotiable  
Golfwest Members 9 hole member guest rate applies for 18 holes  
 RACV Golf and  Future Golf (Gen Y) $45  $30 


Members of GolfWest partner Clubs will be charged the 9 Hole member guest rates if they don’t have or have used their Golfwest Card.

Social Groups

To book call the golfshop on 9317 9031 or email for pricing. See Corporate days for further information or email


Dress Regulations

The minimum standard requires clean, neat and tidy attire for both golfers and caddies, both on the course and in the clubhouse. Consideration and respect for the other members should be kept in mind at all times. It is the responsibility of each Member to ensure that they and their guests observe the Club’s dress rules.

On the course

  Dress code :

  • Golf Shoes with soft spikes.
  • Shirts with a standard collar, crew or polo neck
  • Trousers can be cotton/drill, cord, denim/looks like, regular golf trousers or plus fours.
  • Shorts may be of any length and of cotton/drill, denim/looks like denim and must contain a fly, no draw strings and be able to be worn with a belt. This would include cargo shorts.
  • Socks (when worn with shorts) can be ankle length, sports or anklets that are predominantly white, If long socks are worn with shorts, they must be pulled up to the knee.
  • Jackets when worn must be those made expressly for golf.


  • Beachwear
  • Non-golf sportswear
  • Industrial clothing/workwear

In the clubhouse


  • Dress as for on the course plus non-faded blue jeans.
  • Golf shoes are only permitted into the spike bar and locker room areas of the clubhouse.
  • Footwear can be conventional shoes as well as sandals, track or walking shoes and leisure shoes with or without socks.


  • Thongs
  • Beachwear
  • Non-golf sportswear or industrial clothing/workwear

If you believe that your attire may offend or is not suitable, don’t wear it and consequently avoid any embarrassment that may result regarding playing golf or entry to the clubhouse.

Course Care & Etiquette
Members are asked to pay particular attention to the following paragraphs – observance of them will add to the pleasure of all concerned on the course. It is the duty and responsibility of the lowest handicapped player in the match to see that the etiquette and rules of the game are observed. Please also refer to the R&A Rule of Golf, Ettiquette Section 
  • Members shall afford the President and Captain the courtesy of precedence on the first tee.
  • No one should move, talk or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke.
  • The player who has the honour should be allowed to play before their opponent or fellow-competitor tees their ball.
  • No player shall play until the players in front are out of range.
  • A player who has incurred a penalty should intimate the fact to their opponent or marker as soon as possible.
  • Players searching for a ball should allow other players coming up to pass them; they should signal to the players following them to pass, and should not continue their play until those players have passed and are out of range.
  • Restore Divots. All players must carry a sand bucket or dispenser. Through the green, you are required to replace your divot, where possible, and cover with soil from the buckets provided; if this is not possible, cut in the edges of the divot and cover with soil. In both cases, leave the area so that it will be playable for the following players.
  • After playing a shot from a bunker, smooth out all club and footmarks in the sand. On bunker faces, this should be done by using the smooth back of the rake. On the floor of the bunker, smoothing should be done with the toothed part of the rake pushing the sand to the middle of the bunker. Please return rakes to the centre of the bunker parallel to the line of play. Also leave the bunker from the rear.
  • Repair Ball-Marks and Damage by Spikes. On the greens, repair your ball mark and any others you may notice. Damage to the putting green caused by golf shoe spikes should be repaired on completion of the hole.
  • Players should ensure that when dropping bags or the flagstick, no damage is done to the putting green, and that neither they nor their caddies damage the hole by standing close to the hole before the players leave the putting green.
  • It is the responsibility of the proposer and the seconder –  immediately the nominee is elected to membership – to see that such new Member is introduced to other Members and advised of all rules governing the conduct of the Club and above all is sufficiently advanced in the knowledge of the Rules of Golf to be competent to perform the duty of a marker of a fellow competitor. Please see that you play with your nominee until they are so equipped.