Golf


    

The Golf Club

The Copperclub is a Greg Norman designed and built masterpiece. Maintained to championship standards the course is recognised as having some of the best fairways and greens in South Australia. Play 18 holes or 9 – the choice is yours. Take the challenge from the back tees, or relax playing from the more friendly forward tees. 

 

 

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Rates & Green Fees/Bookings/Equipment Rental 

Members please book your Tee Times online, for your yourself and your guests.
Public please book your tee times here, to get a $5 discount, or contact the Copperclub Golf Shop to book:
Tel: 08 8825 2001 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Please check in at the Golf Shop before playing.

Green Fees/ Cart Hire 18 Holes 9 Holes
Public: (Book Online for a $5 discount!) $45 $33
Members Guests: $33 $22
YPGGA Members: $33 $22
Junior (under 18): $22 $11
Reciprocal Club (50% off): $22 $16
Private Cart: $15 $12
Motorised Cart Hire: $35 $25
Pull Buggy Hire: $5 $5
Club Hire: $45 $30

Social Group Bookings: Please contact us for information.

 

 

    

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Men's Tees

Black Tees - 6,346m, Scratch Rating 73, Slope Rating 135, Par 72

Gold Tees - 5,840m, Scratch Rating 70, Slope Rating 126, Par 72

Silver Tees - 5,148m, Scratch Rating 67, Slope Rating 115, Par 72

Jade Tees - 4,614m, Scratch Rating 65, Slope Rating 102, Par 72

Gold/Black Tees - 6,140m, Scratch Rating 72, Slope Rating 131, Par 72

Silver/Black Tees - 5,758m, Scratch Rating 70, Slope Rating 126, Par 72

Silver/Gold Tees - 5,494m, Scratch Rating 72, Slope Rating 120, Par 72

 

 

Women’s Tees

Silver Tees - 5,148m, Scratch Rating 69, Slope Rating 126, Par 72

Jade Tees - 4,614m, Scratch Rating 69, Slope Rating 114, Par 72

Jade/Silver Tees - 4,881m, Scratch Rating 71, Slope Rating 122, Par 72

 

 

    

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Scorecard

Hole

Player

Marker

Men

Gold / Black

Women

Jade / Silver

1

2

Result

1

2

Result

Index

Par

Metres

Index

Par

Metres

1

           

14

5

459

12

5

380

2

           

18

4

294

14

4

207

3

           

6

4

362

8

4

293

4

           

8

3

138

16

3

85

5

           

2

4

354

2

4

296

6

           

16

5

462

4

5

386

7

           

12

3

143

18

3

100

8

           

4

4

364

6

4

282

9

           

10

4

344

10

4

278

1 (10)

           

14

5

490

12

5

380

2 (11)

           

18

4

322

14

4

207

3 (12)

           

6

4

390

8

4

293

4 (13)

           

8

3

150

16

3

85

5 (14)

           

2

4

383

2

4

296

6 (15)

           

16

5

499

4

5

386

7 (16)

           

12

3

152

18

3

100

8 (17)

           

4

4

402

6

4

282

9 (18)

           

10

4

385

10

4

278

IN

             

36

3,173

 

36

2,574

OUT

             

36

2,920

 

36

2,307

TOTAL

             

72

6,093

 

72

4,881

Deduct Handicap

             

72.0

S/R

 

71.0

S/R

Nett Score

                       
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Local Rules

All cart paths, grates, drain covers, all irrigation system fixtures, ropes and stakes including water hazard stakes are to be treated as IMMOVABLE Obstructions: Relief May be taken in accordance with Rule 24-2b.

Relief May be taken from Immovable Obstruction (including sprinkler heads) close to the putting green in accordance with specimen Local Rule 6 Appendix 1 of the Rules of Golf.

Greens with Two Holes: The Hole not in play Shall  be treated as an Immovable Obstruction. Relief May be taken in accordance with Rule 24-2b (iii). The Flag within the Hole not in play Shall  be treated as a Movable Obstruction. Rule 24-1 applies.

Chipping or Pitching from any Green including the Double Green (holes 2 & 5) is Prohibited

A player May obtain distance information by using an Artificial device that measures distance only in accordance with the ‘Note’ under Rule 14-3 and specimen Local Rule 9 Appendix 1 of the Rules of Golf. 

Ball striking power lines or poles situated on the course, the player MUST replay the ball in accordance with Rule 20-5. STAKED trees and shrubs are to be treated as Immovable Obstructions: relief MUST be taken, in accordance with Rule 24-2b.

O.O.B. is defined by White stakes with Black tops. All Residential boundaries and public roads are O.O.B.

DO NOT enter Roped Off areas, Wasteland areas or Ignore Signs & Timber Barriers with carts or buggies.

Wasteland areas are an integral part of course; play ball as it lies.

PENALTY for breach of Local Rules:

Match play - Loss of hole

Stroke play - Two strokes

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Hole by hole

Hole 1  
459 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 5, Index 14 (Men), Index 12 (Women)
Sets tone for a terrific round of golf on a true links course. With a drive aimed
over a hill in the distance, the fairway beyond slopes away to the opposite side.
There is a flat, narrow landing area in line with the undulating green which
pitches front to back. Any wayward shots are deflected into a deep bunker to
the right or a run-off area to the left that funnels golf balls well away from
the putting surface.

Hole 2 
294 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 4, Index 18 (Men), Index 14 (Women)
This is a ripping short par four with a massive sandy waste bunker to the left and
dramatic bunkers guarding the right-front portion of the green in the driving zone.
This creates choices for line and length that vary considerably depending on wind
direction and speed. Unless the drive is long and true, lay up your approach left of
the bunkers and chip it on from there; this might be your best shot at par on
the plateauboth depth perception and distance control.

Hole 3   
362 Metres, Par 4, Index 6 (Men), Index 8 (Women)
Played through rolling terrain and with a landing area in the lower plateau, the downhill
approach shot to the putting surface, set in a natural amphitheatre, with the wide green
featuring brilliant fine shaping to produce all numbers of subtle breaks making putts
tricky. Tip: Anything landing short and left of the target feeds back toward the sandy
waste bunker, leaving an extremely difficult pitch shot or a stroke of genius for up and down.

Hole 4   
138 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 3, Index 8 (Men), Index 16 (Women)
The first par-three with a green complex incorporating a large spine built on an angle
in the rear sector and rising half a metre in elevation. Such a design feature creates
extreme difficulty in getting the ball to finish on the top level especially with a gully
at the rear. Front hole-locations are also well protected by a small pot bunker and
a larger sand hazard to the left. Putting up or down the ridge requires plenty of
imagination in order to gauge the correct break and speed.

Hole 5   
354 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 4, Index 2 (Men), Index 2 (Women)
This hole is ranked the most difficult hole on the course and for good reason.
The fairway centreline contains a natural hogs back running out just short of an elevated
green with a massive drop-off on the right side. These bold fairway contours allow
golfers to direct their tee shots either right or left depending where the flag is located.

Hole 6   
462 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 5, Index 16 (Men), Index 4 (Women)
This is a terrific par-five encouraging attempts to steal length down the left-hand
side but bringing the out-of-bounds into play. From the fairway the player is
greeted by a semi-blind second shot where a glimpse of the top of the flag indicates
the general direction of a green shaped like a horseshoe, a wonderful design feature
harking back to the era of legendary Scottish architect Dr Alistair Mackenzie.

Hole 7   
143 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 3, Index 12 (Men), Index 18 (Women)
A short hole measuring av. 152 metres and is heavily fortified down the left side by
waste bunker. The tee-shot needed to reach a green, set diagonally to the line of play,
is a towering mid iron, long fabled as a Norman trademark. Anything going long or right
ends up down below in a deep swale that presents a difficult up and down. Playing from
this mowed grass below the level of the putting surface offers several options: the putter,
somesort of wedge, or even a fairway metal.

Hole 8   
364 Metres (Gold Tee) , Par 4, Index 4 (Men), Index 6 (Women)
A quite undulating fairway full of any manner of rolls and dips. The green is
set up high with only the horizon as a backdrop. This point of the course
though offers not only wonderful views of Spencer Gulf but also features
a false front and a putting surface totalling an incredible 1200 square metres
in total area. Players failing to carry their approach shot far enough often
watch in amazement as the ball rolls back toward them downa steep bank.

Hole 9   
344 Metres (Gold Tee), Par 4, Index 10 (Men), Index 10 (Women)
A green which features terrific surface contours and small ridges that divides
the green into different sectors. The difficulty is further compounded by the green
opening up from the left meaning the approach is easier from this side of the fairway
adjacent to a massive vegetated sand-hill. Classic bunkering to front of the green on
the right and a run-off area to the left completes a layout full of endless fascination.

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