Welcome to Cranbourne Golf Club

Cranbourne Golf Club is recognised as one of Victoria's outstanding golf courses, located approximately 30 kilometers southeast from the Melbourne CBD. The course is consistently rated in the Top 70 Golf Courses in Australia, and is a previous Winner of Club's Victoria "Golf Club of the Year". Cranbourne is regularly referred to as one of the best conditioned courses outside of the Melbourne Sandbelt, and importantly, plays well all year round with excellent drainage on a sandy base.

Not only do we have a great course, but we also boast the perfect venue for any occasion, be it a Conference or Seminar, Private Function or Wedding we offer a modern and private fully catered Function Room and Clubhouse in a picturesque location offering spectacular photo opportunities around the venue and beautiful golf course.

Course Care

All Members and guests are requested to be aware of the following guidelines whilst at Cranbourne Golf Club:-

All players are required to take and use sand buckets to repair all divots

Fill divot holes with sand to surrounding ground level – never replace the divot or overfill the hole

Repair ball pitch marks on greens

Always enter and leave the bunkers at the lowest point

Replace bunker rakes back in the holders at each bunker after use

Place all litter in bins provided


Ground Staff have right of way on the course at all times. Players must wait for acknowledgment from staff that they are aware of your presence before hitting.


Coloured Flags: Red – Front Third; White – Centre Third; Blue – Back Third

Sprinkler Head Markers measure to the centre of the green

All Ride on Buggies are not to be driven within 5 metres of the Tees, Greens and Hazards.


A local rules noticeboard is located in the Clubhouse Breezeway and should be read prior to play.


Mobile Phones may only be used between holes on the golf course

All golfers must yell “Fore” if they strike their ball in the vicinity of other golfers. The use of mobile phones is not permitted in the clubhouse

Bunkers should be entered and exited at the low point only, usually coinciding with the position of bunker rake holders. 

Rakes should be returned to holders where available. If no holder is available, please return the rake to the base of the bunker facing the direction of play.


In inclement weather, for the suspension and abandonment of play the following rules apply:

One (1) Blast of Siren = Play Suspended

Two (2) Blasts of Siren = Resume Play

Three (3) Blasts of Siren = Abandon Play

Four (4) Blasts of Siren OR pulsing siren = Emergency Evacuation

On Course Toilet Access Code = C380


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