Ouyen Golf Club

Ouyen Golf Course Open

Ouyen Golf Course is open, with modified conditions of play that comply with social distancing and hygiene directions from the Victorian State Government.

Members and non-members can only use the golf course and facilities if they follow these restrictions, and will be doing so at their own risk.

The following restrictions apply:

  • Service Victoria QR check-in is mandatory.
  • Competitions may be conducted.
  • Food and beverage service can resume for a maximum of 100 people per venue, for seated service only.
  • Group sizes limited to a maximum of 10 (both indoor and outdoor).
  • Masks must be worn at all times, other than when eating or drinking. This includes when playing golf.
  • Changerooms, locker rooms and showers must remain closed. Access to toilets is permitted.
  • There is no limit on distance travelled from home within Victoria.
  • Food and beverage operations can recommence– adhering to a density requirement of one person per four square metres – for seated service only. Based on the size of our clubhouse, there is a limit of 36 patrons.


  • The course is open to both members and non-members.
  • Green fees for non-members are compulsory and can be paid as per normal the clubhouse.
  • A pair of gloves (not your golf glove) must be worn when touching the flag, scraper and removing ball from the hole. Golfers are physically not allowed to touch the flag, scraper or hole without gloves. Note: This pair of gloves should not be worn all the time, and only worn when performing tasks on the sand green, making sure you don’t touch your face and practice personal hygiene when wearing the gloves.
  • One person in the group should be appointed to perform all tasks on the sand green (i.e. removing the flag, smoothing for all players, removing the ball from the hole, emptying sand from the cup and raking around the hole).

Please refer to the following pages for additional information:

We rely on your cooperation with these restrictions, as part of our collective responsibility for community health. We also ask that social distancing protocols be respected at all times, as minimising the risk of infection to other members and volunteers remains the highest priority.