Frequently Asked Questions

Get On Course FAQ

What does a Get On Course session involve?

  • •  Two hours of on-course mentoring
  • •  Green fees
  • •  Rules sessions
  • •  Learning how to score in golf
  • •  Use of golf clubs
  • •  Resource material
  • •  Assistance with potential club membership


How much does a session cost?

An all-inclusive rate of $35 per session.
 

How do I register?

Simply find a session near you and register online.
 

Do I need my own golf clubs?

No, we can supply you with clubs if needed. Just answer 'yes' when the registration booking asks you if you require clubs. Left & right handed clubs are available.

If you have your own set you are encouraged to bring them along.
 

What do I wear to play?

Proper golf attire is not required to play at public courses. Comfortable clothing and flat soled shoes are best.
 

Do I need a handicap?

Nope! However if you are interested in obtaining a handicap or joining a golf club, we can assist you in the process.
 

How often can I play?

You can play as often or as little as you like. Games will be played at various venues over the month so you can choose to pay at all of them or select a day, time & location that suits you best.
 

Where do I get to play?

Get On Course is up and running at a number of venues around Melbourne. Click here to find a session.

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