Bunkers not sandpits

Bunkers are not sand pits To the unfamiliar, the ‘sand pits’ on the golf course are called bunkers. Bunkers are put in the golf course design to add an element of challenge and aesthetics. It is important for anyone using the golf course, who goes…

Buzz Buzz

We have something very exciting to share with our golfers and residents of Bingara Gorge. We have some new friends on site – BEES! As pictured below we now have some newly installed beehives in the native grass area on the golf course that sits…

Relaxing ‘COVID 19’ playing conditions

2020 saw the implementation of modified golf rules in response to COVID 19, to help reduce the risk of community transmission. The COVID 19 modified golf rules are now being relaxed at Bingara Gorge Golf Course in alignment with NSW Government COVID 19 easing of…

Rain and Irrigation

Clublinks has recently received questions from residents as to the irrigation on the Golf Course during the rain event that occurred earlier in November and would like to provide further insight to this action. The Bingara Gorge Golf Course forms part of the disposal area…

Is Your Golf Cart Road Registered?

Recently the golf shop has had a visit from local highway patrol police to advise there will be a focus on unregistered and misuse of golf carts within Bingara in the very near future. The police where kind enough to give us a warning to…