Clubhouse: (08) 8379 1673
Pro Shop: (08) 8379 1674

Bar & Bistro

Bistro & Bar open 7 days a week. Coffee & snacks available from 9am daily.
Everyone welcome.  Check out our new Winter Menu MOGC Menu
Ask about our Winter Lunch Special

Awards

2016 PGA (SA) Professional of the Year - Ian Pritchard

2016 GMA (SA) Excellence in Golf Club Management - Mark Tan

2015 National Club Professional of the Year - Ian Pritchard

2015 PGA (SA) Professional of the Year - Ian Pritchard

2014 Clubs SA Club Employee of the Year - Barry Bryant - Course Superintendent

2014 GMA Workplace Health & Safety Award

2014 PGA (SA) Professional of the Year - Ian Pritchard

2013 GMA SA Club Employee of the Year - Lyn McGough - Golf Co-ordinator

90th Anniversary Event

90th Commemoration of the Opening Ceremony at Mt Osmond Golf Club

Members past & present joined His Excellency The Honourable Hieu Van Le AC in commemorating the opening of our golf course 90 years ago.
Photos from the day available on our facebook page - 90th Anniversary Photo Album Link

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Foundation Fund

For many members, Mount Osmond Golf Club has formed a valuable part of their life. The Club is a source of great fun, social interaction, pride and enjoyment. The Foundation Fund provides passionate members with a mechanism to donate funds that will be used in improving or maintaining the club house and surrounds for the benefit of members and future generations.  To see what projects have already been funded click here

For further information on the Foundation Fund please click here

Ambrose

Ambrose (or Scramble) is a team stroke event usually played by a group of four but can be any number.

Each player plays a tee shot at each hole. The team captain then selects the best drive, which is then played by its owner. The other members retrieve their balls & in turn place their ball within one club-length of the selected drive and plays their second shot.

This process of selecting the best ball position continues until a ball is holed. When on the green, balls are placed on the selected spot.

This event can be played as a gross event, with each group having a spread of handicaps, or as a handicap event where a fraction of the aggregate handicap is used. For groups of four, 1/8 is used as the team handicap.