Eagle Ridge Golf Course management and the Golf Club (Carrington Park) committee have worked together to announce that new golf membership fees have been structured to guarantee that there will be no increases for the next five years in the selected categories as below.
7 Day 18 holes
6 Day 18 holes
Midweek 18 holes
Introductory 22-25 years of age
Introductory 26-36 years of age.
All current members in these categories will also have their membership fees frozen for the 5 year period.
When a person joins in the above membership categories between now and the end of the 2018 – 2019 membership period (5th October 2019 – 4th October 2019) they will pay a pro-rata amount of the total annual subscription fee of that category. They will then have their annual subscription fee frozen for each continuous membership year until the end of the 2022 – 2023 period (4th October 2023).
We welcome golfers of all ages from beginners to low handicappers to join with us in building on our current membership and enjoy the benefits of playing on our unique championship quality golf course and the truly friendly, social atmosphere of our growing club.
EAGLE RIDGE GOLF COURSE
(03) 5988 2500
Book online at www.eagleridge.com.au
left - the 6th hole at Eagle Ridge.
Set on the spectacular Mornington Peninsula, an easy drive from Melbourne via Peninsula Link, you will discover the delightful Eagle Ridge Golf Course. Ranked as one of the Top 60 Public Access Golf Courses in Australia (Golf Australia 2013), the course features superb par 3s, impressive bunkering and a spectacular rural landscape. Eagle Ridge welcomes golfers from wherever they come from - our friendly, relaxed atmosphere coupled with a commitment to exceptional service and course conditioning make Eagle Ridge the ideal place to hold your next corporate event or social club competition. With 'stay and play' packages with local providers and one of the most beautiful venues in the state, you will be pleased you added Eagle Ridge to your golfing calendar.
An excerpt from an article in golf Australia (2011) by Brendan James probably best sums up what makes Eagle Ridge one of the best courses in the state:
A memorable feature of the Eagle Ridge layout is the quality of its par-3s. The first of these – the 170-metre 6th – is, for mine, the best of the quartet. A long iron or hybrid is required to reach the two-tiered and slightly elevated green, which is surrounded by deep bunkers and shrubs. The most ominous of the bunkers is the cavernous sandy pit that lies between tee and green. Unlike the 6th, the most recently designed 155-metre par-3 8th offers a full view to the player standing on the elevated tee. As the breeze whips up into your face, you have to try and hit a tee shot that will stay low into the wind, make the distance to the green and hold its line in the air to avoid the six bunkers surrounding the putting surface. The 8th also features a sea of sand from tee to green, while a stone retaining wall short of the green creates an amphitheatre feel around the green.
left - Eagle Ridge's 11th hole.
The extensive redesign of Eagle Ridge’s bunkering a few years ago really added to the quality of the closing hole. The 515-metre par-5 18th calls for length, accuracy and good strategy to make par. Having driven from an elevated tee, you are then faced with several questions with large bunkers hugging the edges of the fairway for most of the remaining 200-plus metres to the green. A cross bunker about 50 metres short of the green also comes into account. The green is enormous ... and is almost entirely surrounded by a picturesque lake. More than two-thirds of the green’s fringe slopes steeply down to a watery grave.
Eagle Ridge is definitely a quality alternative to the neighbouring links layouts. While trouble lurks on many holes, it doesn’t impinge greatly on a generous field of play. Bearing that in mind, novice players and good golfers will derive as much pleasure as each other out of the course.
above - the 18th green with the grand Eagle Ridge clubhouse behind