Welcome to Akaroa Golf Club
Health & Safety of Players – Hazards & Risks
All persons enter the Akaroa Golf Course and Club Rooms at their own risk.
The Akaroa Golf Club takes its Health & Safety obligations seriously. Due to its unique and stunning natural features, the course has many potential risk hazards to be aware of
- While enjoying the views, always be mindful of the potential risks – slippery steep slopes, narrow bridges, and wayward flying golf balls.
- On some fairways players are unsighted from oncoming golf balls, particularly over rises or from behind trees. If you or your partner hit a wayward ball warn unwary players by shouting “FORE” loudly and promptly.
- Players hit by flying golf balls cause death and serious injuries around the world.
- The Tees of the 14th & 17th holes are vulnerable to wayward balls from both directions. Please use the screen for protection.
- The steep slopes on holes 3, 4 and 14 require special care and attention especially when wet.
- Motorised Golf Carts must remain on the cart paths on holes 3 & 4 at all times. Operating carts on slopes is dangerous, and may cause a cart to slide, spin or roll out of control. Operate carts in a safe responsible manner.
- Retrieving golf balls from creeks is hazardous and dangerous. Golf balls are cheap compared to falls and injuries.
Throughout the course and clubhouse, please take care and act responsibly – BUT – above all, stay safe, have fun and enjoy the challenge that is the Akaroa Golf Club Course.
Message to Members re Coronavirus 17 March 2020
- Regularly Wash & Dry your hands thoroughly, and avoid touching your face.
- Avoid shaking hands, hugging or kissing other golfers.
- Avoid touching others golf clubs & equipment.
- Avoid getting into others personal space (1mt) to talk and socialise.