If you would like to play golf Medway has some options for you whether you are experienced or have never played.
Please read below.
LEVEL 1 – I have never played golf or are getting back into it after a long time away from the game.
This is for you. Medway & Maribyrnong Council ” Get into Golf/ Come and Try Days”
Register interest in the next beginner classes email email@example.com or see the Maribyrnong Council Spring and Autumn classes on the council website and register interest in the Medway Golf Club programs.
In addition to these Come & Try Clinics co-ordinated by Maribyrnong Council, Medway PGA Qualified Coaches run beginner classes for 5 weeks typically to learn the basics of the game.
After completing the coaching programs, our Coaches and mentors will move you up to LEVEL 2.
LEVEL 2 – I have played a bit, done some group classes in the past and are ready to try to play on the course with women of similar ability as mine.
This is for you – Wednesday Play 5 for 5
Every Wednesday at 10am – we run weekly a new social golf experience for women starting out in the game. Golfers will be assisted by Medway members and on occasions golfshop staff.
Generally takes between 1- 1 1/2 hour to play 5 holes plus time for a coffee afterwards.
Equipment will be supplied if requested at no charge for a period of time.
Simply come along- no bookings required. Neat Casual Dress code.
LEVEL 3 – I have played for some time and are now looking at possible some competition golf or at least to trial a club membership to see if I like it.
This is for you – Women’s Trial Membership
Course access is Off peak or besides Thursday, Saturday and before 12pm Sundays you have access to play. Bookings encouraged.
You may play in the 5 for $5 but don’t need to pay the $5.
You can gain a golflink handicap and compete in the club competitions if you wish including Tuesday mornings and Friday mornings.
Typical time spent in this category- 12 months
LEVEL 4- I want to play regularly and are comfortable playing competition or at least wish to play regularly with golfers at a club level and make lots of new friends.
Traditional Membership offers- see Medway membership page for membership types.
Typical time spent in this category- hopefully for the rest of your playing days.
We are always here to help. Give us a call to explain things in more detail or register to start in one of the programs. If your on you own- don’t be concerned we will guide you along.
Women’s Golf Enquiry
Golf Australia’s VISION 2025–
Medway Golf Club is committed to growing women’s golf and providing a pathway for new women golfers. Here at Medway we cater for all types of women golfers at all ages from the experienced to those that have never played. Tee see which programs suit you, please read below and make contact to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make your transition into golf a comfortable as possible. For girls under 16 see our junior page for clinic information or to join the club with our large group of junior golfers.
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PROJECT SUMMARY – ‘EVEN PAR’
Medway Golf Club has recently agreed to partner with Golf Australia to Pilot a Gender Equality program. Information below.
Golf Australia’s ‘Victorian Gender Equality in Golf Clubs’ Pilot Program
AIM: To create gender equality in Victorian golf clubs
- Build and deliver a pilot program comprised of a four-part workshop series that enhances the capacity of golf clubs and their leaders to bring about greater gender equality for their membership.
- Support golf clubs to develop and implement an action plan to address gender inequality in their clubs.
- Evaluate and report learnings from the pilot program both internally and to external stakeholders.
- Use learnings to build a nationwide gender equality club development program for Australian golf clubs.
- Sport and Recreation Victoria
- Office For Women in Sport & Recreation
- A key ‘violence against women’ NGO
- Local government agencies
- Regional sports assemblies
PILOT PROGRAM SUMMARY
Golf Australia, in conjunction with the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation, will pilot a workshop series designed to support community golf clubs address gender inequality.
The program forms part of Golf Australia’s delivery of the ‘Vision 2025: the future of women and girls in golf’ strategy.