The Brisbane Golf Club is pleased to announce the addition of Glenelg Golf Club in Adelaide to our directory of reciprocal clubs from 1 August 2023.
Glenelg Golf Club was established in 1927 and is ranked inside Australia’s top 40 golf clubs.
Members travelling to Adelaide can now enjoy reciprocity at not only Glenelg Golf Club but also Royal Adelaide Golf Club, The Grange Golf Club and Kooyonga Golf Club.
To play at Glenelg Golf Club a letter of introduction will be required. Letters of introduction can be obtained by emailing Assistant Director of Golf, Reece McRae via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Club is currently implementing its Course Enhancement Plan, one hole at a time, over 4 years, and using its spare hole so Members and guests can still play and enjoy 18 holes.
A copy of the reciprocal agreement can be viewed on our website in the Directory of Reciprocal Clubs.
The Committee would like to acknowledge and thank BGC Member, John Millman for his assistance in facilitating this new reciprocal arrangement.
Geoff Kuehner, CEO