Let's Play Golf
All you need to know about playing golf at the Pahiatua Golf Club
Green Fees
Course Layout
Green Fees
Visitors are welcome to play the course at anytime except for a Saturday from 10am to 12:30pm and a Tuesday from 10am to 12noon. These times are reserved for club members.
Please pay and collect your green fee sticker from the club house before you begin to play.

    Thursday is Special Green Fee Day                           at Pahiatua Golf Club                   $15pp  for 18 holes
       Play anytime or join our   members  for Stableford Competition 12.15pm Tee Off

Affiliated member of a New Zealand Club         $25 
Unaffiliated and overseas visitors                             $30 

Unaffiliated accompanied by a local member  $25

Children (15 and under):  $10  
9 holes :  $20
Cart Hire:

There are two carts available for hire at $25 per round.  If you wish to book a cart then please
contact us at least 1 day  before playing. 
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Course Location
​Pahiatua Golf Club is located between Woodville and Pahiatua on State Highway 2 near the iconic Tui Brewery at Mangatainoka.

The entrance is on the right just after the 100km speed sign when coming  from Mangatainoka and at the bottom of the hill on the left when coming from Woodville.
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Course Layout

Mens Card

Men's White          NZSCR  68.5     Slope 114
 Ladies' Yellow      NZSCR  71.0     Slope 112

Ladies  Card

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Club Rooms and Bar:
The club rooms and bar are open during member playing days. These days are Tuesday (ladies day), Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. EFTPOS facilities are available at the bar.

Practice and Warm Up:
Golfers can use the 2nd and 11th fairways for practise and for the short game the area adjacent to the carpark. The practice putting greens surround the clubhouse.

After Golf:
Showers are provided in the men's and ladies' locker rooms. Please bring your own towel.

PAR 3 Course:
There is a full 18 hole par 3 course also available, marked by orange tees. This is excellent for those wishing to concentrate on their short game.
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