The Club currently runs competitions for members with tee times on the course as follows:
||7.00am to 8.30am
||8.00am to 9.30am
||7.00am to 9:30am
||8.30am to 11:30am
||Welcome to play all competitions
A small competition fee is charged to cover prizes.
Various competitions are played throughout the season. Please click here to view the Club Syllabus. Green fees are payable for all golf games at the Pro-shop, with several options available.
Pennant & Interclub Competitions
Our Women’s Pennant and Interclub teams are in Golf Australia’s metropolitan division, with many of the games played on Melbourne’s top sandbelt courses. We are also invited to play in Challenge Bowls and Charity Days at these courses. Women’s Pennant is played on Fridays from late February to April, with the Women’s Interclub team playing on Mondays from May to July.
Our VGL Men’s Pennant teams are open to Scratch and Handicap players competing on Sundays from March to May.
Men’s Seniors play on Thursdays during the months of March and April.
We are a private golf club playing at Centenary Park Golf Course in Frankston North. The Club is a not-for-profit incorporated association and operates out of Clubrooms located adjacent to the golf course car park. The Club is affiliated with Golf Australia and Victorian Golf League (VGL) for the purpose of obtaining and maintaining Golf Australia playing handicaps. Our women members being affiliated with Golf Australia and the VGL gives them access to play on many metropolitan golf courses.
Centenary Park Golf Course is a public access course, owned and maintained by the Frankston City Council, and the Pro shop is managed by Club Links.
The 18-holes can be quite a challenge with the course length of 6,018m par 72 for men and 5,460m par 73 for women. The undulating treed-lined fairways, bunkers around several greens, and water hazards add to the challenge. The golf course has ongoing improvements and maintenance to enable players to enjoy golf all year round.
Centenary Park Golf Course has a driving range, practice chipping/putting area as well as a large practice putting green.
Centenary Park Golf club has a long history in Frankston having commenced in 1938 as the Frankston Municipal Golf Club at the 9-hole Frankston Municipal Golf Course that was on land now occupied by George Pentland Botanic Gardens and Frankston City Bowls Club.
The Club moved to Centenary Park in 1974 when Frankston Council decided to provide its ratepayers with an 18-hole public Golf Course on Crown Land in McClelland Drive. The Club was renamed Centenary Park Golf Club in 1986 in recognition of its location.