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Tocumwal Golf & Bowls Club

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Description Two immaculately presented Championship courses with excellent grass greens and very gently undulating, watered fairways of Wintergreen couch. Both Presidents and Captains offer unique experiences with a blend of well positioned bunkers as well as the occassionally strategically placed water hazard. There is an abundance of native Flora and Fauna to add to your experience. Neat dress code at all times. Mens Comp. Sat, Sun & Wed Ladies Comp. Sat, Sun & Tue. Visitors welcome into any competition with bookings preferred. Tournaments Australia Day Summer, February-Victorian 2 person Ambrose Championships, March Veterans, 4 days @ Easter, June, 2 day Ladies Classic September, Spring-AFL Grand Final weekend, November-Cup week. Enquire about our great yearly membership rates.
Address
Barooga Road 
Tocumwal NSW 2714
Directions (Off Newell Hwy on Vic/NSW border)
Club Phone (03) 5874 9111
Golf Phone (03) 5874 9172
Fax (03) 5874 2486
Email
Website www.clubtocumwal.com
Director of Golf Rodney Booth
Hire Clubs $20, Buggies $10 ($5 refundable deposit), Carts $45
Practice Practice putting green, full driving range available
Club House full facilities, bistro 7 days for lunch and dinner, outdoor entertainment area
Green Fees $45 ($35 with Guide)
Saving $10
Savings available to users of The GOLF Course Guide.
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Course information courtesy of The GOLF Course Guide 2019 Click here for details

Course Details

Course TOCUMWAL - CAPTAINS
Holes 18
Par 72
AMCR 72
Length 6272
Slope (max) 130
Course TOCUMWAL - PRESIDENTS
Holes 18
Par 72
AMCR 73
Length 6066
Slope (max) 130
GCG Ranking † 96

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