Where we are
Club day is Sunday with tee-off times between 9am and 10.30am. Women’s club day is Tuesday at 9.30am.
Where practicable, visitors are welcome to join the scramble which is included in the price of their $20 green fee.
‘Rob’s Scramble’, a midweek fixture, is held on many Thursdays throughout the year. Roll up in plenty of time for a shotgun start at 10am. $10 entry.
Pirongia is a country club with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. We have no strict dress code but rely on our members and visitors to maintain a clean and tidy standard of dress, and to have consideration for others at all times. Overly revealing clothing, either men's or women's, on the course or in the clubhouse, is not considered suitable by the majority of members so we ask that you consider this when deciding what to wear. Short shorts, low-cut tops, bare midriffs, singlets and bare feet are not acceptable.
Only full members with an official NZGolf handicap are eligible to take part in tournaments and club competitions. The exception is twilights when limited members may be given an unofficial handicap for use at Pirongia twilights ONLY.
Catering, bar service and Eftpos are available on club days and for tournaments, and on other occasions by arrangement. Outside these times the nearby village of Pirongia offers excellent eating and drinking opportunities.
Help for new golfers
To obtain an official NZ Golf handicap index you must first complete five rounds of golf and have them entered into the dotgolf system. Put your cards in the box in the changing room.
Please ensure that any cards you hand in are completed fully and legibly with your name, 7-digit ID number, handicap index, date, course handicap and your score for each hole, AND ARE SIGNED BY BOTH YOU AND YOUR MARKER. This is very important or your card will not be accepted.
Motorhomes are welcome to overnight in our car park. Power and water are available. There is a $15 per night charge to cover the cost of power, and for the use of the toilets and showers. You should be aware that our electronic gates close approximately half an hour after sunset and don’t open again until the following morning, so there is no vehicle access between these times.