We have collated some resources that we think may be very useful for golf clubs and golf facilities in these very difficult times. If there is any other way we can support you, please don’t hesitate to get in contact and we will do our best to help during this period.



The WA Government has announced the introduction of contact register requirements for Western Australian venues from 5 December 2020, and the launch of a new QR code application, SafeWA, that will assist will provide businesses and venues with a free digital app-based digital contact register system. Please refer to the below link for further information and FAQs:



COVID-19 Safety Guidelines


Keep up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 facts and information


Helpful Links

WA COVID-19 Roadmap


Updated events schedule:

  • Bowra & O’Dea Women’s Classic – Cancelled
  • Men’s Pennant Season – Cancelled
  • State Senior Amateur Championship – Western Australian Golf Club, August 2-3
  • Men’s Senior Pennant Season – Cancelled
  • Women’s Pennants Season – Cancelled
  • Regional Seniors – Postponed
  • Aglime of Australia Rural Bronze – Donnybrook July 24-16
  • Women’s Provincial – Katanning August 7-9
  • Aglime Sand Greens Championship – Riverview Golf Club, September 10-13

We will work with all host clubs on rescheduling events at a later date in the year subject to the reports, updates and advice from the Australian Government’s Department of Health, the State Government’s Department of Health and Golf Australia (GA) regarding the COVID-19 virus.


Obvious measures to minimise the spread of COVID-19 should be implemented.

  • Adhere to the 2 square metres per person distancing rules as a minimum
  • Ensure contact with golf-related infrastructure is minimised
  • Reduce hole depth or place an object in the cup that makes ball retrieval easier.
  • Ensure personal hygiene standards of staff are maintained at the highest level.
  • Don’t attend the golf club if you feel ill, or have been in contact with someone who is
  • Don’t shake hands before or after your round.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth because your hands touch many different surfaces and can easily pick up viruses