We welcome enquiries from organisations to enjoy a great day of golf and social activity at the Pakuranga Golf Club.
Bookings for events are to be confirmed by way of a formal contract signed by both parties and a non refundable deposit received by the Club. The total number of participants will be agreed to when the booking is made with PGC. Confirmation of the number of players is required 14 days before the event. The club will charge green fees for the final number who play golf on the day – the minimum charge being the number confirmed 14 days prior.
We negotiate green fees once we understand each Corporate requirement.
The Pakuranga Golf Club Caterers are happy to discuss individual requirements. The supply of all food and beverage items is provided by the club. Sponsored beverages are permitted by arrangement with the General Manager. Final numbers catered and charged for will be the final number confirmed 7 Days in advance of the event.
Sponsor’s signage, display stands and stalls, including show vehicles, can be placed around the Golf Course . We have predetermined placement positions for signs and displays on each hole and positions around the clubhouse for best display and safety reasons. All signage and display material should be delivered to the Club at least one day before the event and all signs are to be removed on the same day. The Course Marshal assists with the return of signage to the clubhouse area for removal.
Reporting in for the event
Organisers for the event report to the Club’s reception office. Start sheets with names of participants will be ready for player registration at least one hour prior to the first Tee off time.
All players and guests are to conform with the following dress standards. Club Officials, the Golf Professional and his staff have the Club’s authority to monitor dress standards to ensure that all participants comply.
- On the Course:
Slacks, skirt, or tailored shorts, blouse or sports shirt with collar, jumper or cardigan or jacket optional. Recognised golf apparel.
- In the Clubhouse:
Dress, suit or skirt, slacks or tailored trousers or dress jeans, with blouse or collared shirt, jacket or jumper or cardigan optional. Tailored knee length shorts may also be worn. Dress type shoes. Recognised golf apparel.
- Not Permitted:
Brief skirts, beach, boxer or rugby shorts, singlets, clothing with unsightly or obscene slogans or graphics, tee shirts, tank tops, tracksuits and bare feet.
- On the Course:
Shirt with a collar and sleeves, sports trousers, or dress shorts. If wearing shorts, either walk or sports socks, but they must show above the shoe top. Recognised golf apparel.
- In the Clubhouse:
Shirt with a collar and sleeves, sports trousers, dress jeans, or dress shorts. If wearing shorts, either walk or sports socks, but they must show above the shoe top. Golf shoes are not permitted upstairs. During summer months, boat shoes and dress sandals without socks are allowed. Recognised golf apparel.
- Not Permitted:
Work jeans, shorts / slacks with elastic waist and / or tie cords, clothing with unsightly or obscene slogans or graphics, Tee Shirts, tank tops, collarless shirts, tracksuits (tops and/or trousers or shorts), beach-wear, boxer / rugby shorts or similar and bare feet.
Course Footwear – Men & Women
Golf shoes should be worn.
Please note: Non-metal spikes are compulsory. Flat-soled athletic / running shoes are acceptable, however Boat shoes, Jandals, Sandshoes, Athletic/Running shoes with ripple soles are prohibited.
- Local Golf Rules
The rules of the Club should apply to all tournaments however event organisers may suggest alternative rules for the event but they should be referred to Club Management for consideration and approval.
- Tee Times:
Will be determined through confirmation from the Club.
Please show consideration for others. Replace divots with sand by carrying sand buckets provided, repair pitch marks, rake and return rakes to bunkers and mark score cards when away from the green. There should be no trundlers or golf bags left on the greens. The Greenkeeping Staff have right of way at all times and all other etiquette rules as they apply in golf should be observed.
Please maintain a reasonable pace of play and keep up with the four ahead of you. As a guideline 9 holes should take no longer than 1 hr 55 min, with 4 hrs 05 min for a full round. It is the responsibility of the lowest handicap player in each group to ensure that players keep up with the field. Non golfers should be spread through the field. There should be no sharing of golf clubs – each player must have their own set of clubs.
Our Pro Shop has a limited number of golf clubs, trundlers and golf carts available for hire. Reservations for equipment hire should be organised in advance of the event day. From the 1st of June to the 15th of October each year, if trundlers are used, they must have wide wheels. Use of private motorised transport on the course is by Club approval only.
A respectable standard of behaviour is required at all times and the club asks that the organisers of the event accept responsibility for the group’s behaviour and standards of dress.
While visiting as our guests, our facilities are available for your enjoyment.
Towels for the showers are not supplied.
Call the Golf Operations Manager: 09 538 0672
Complete an enquiry form
|Just wanted to thank you all again for another successful Inex Metals golf day. We appreciate your work behind the scenes to put this all together for us and make it an enjoyable day for all.
Aimee could you please thank your team for their patience yesterday and Sam thanks for your assistance with supplying us with the unexpected additional trundlers required by our players,
|Thank you very much to you and all your staff for yesterday. It was an absolute pleasure for us to host our annual golf event at your location – you made everything run smoothly and enjoyably.Everyone had a lovely day and already looking forward to next year.Elaine
|My sincere thanks for a superb job you all did in making our corporate golf day on Monday, such a success. I know some of our requests presented a challenge to you and Helen but you really came through on the day. Everyone had a wonderful day – you were all fantastic. Helen, the food was superb and everyone raved about the BBQ in the morning and the evening dinner. I’ve also received numerous emails since from our sponsors, congratulating us on the day.
On behalf of the NZ Institute of Building/Placemakers Golf Day
|On behalf of the Carbine Club, our very sincere thanks to the Pakuranga Golf Club for all you did to make our 19th Sir Denis Blundell Charity Golf Day an outstanding success. Apart from the participants having an enjoyable experience, the major winners were our young Disabled Athletes for whom we raised $20,000. We have had very positive comments from both Sponsors and Players involved in the day. Thank you for your good advice and assistance available at all times which enabled the smooth running of our event.Susie Simcock|
|On behalf of the New Zealand Chinese Golf Association, I would like to thank you and Pakuranga Golf Club for making our tournament so enjoyable. Your Pro Shop team including Sam Thomas and James have been so helpful.>Amelia Wong – Secretary|
|Thank you to the Pakuranga Golf Club for all their help in providing for another successful day achieved with our golf tournament, the course was presented in excellent order, I look forward to taking part myself next year. Particular thanks to Sam Abela for his “considerable” assistance with the cards and starting of the field, I appreciate it is all in a day’s work for him however much appreciated. Also to the catering and bar staff a step up from last year and I believe our best option for future events.Brian Cronin
Per; The Auckland Electrical Trades Golf Association