(posted 30 Nov 2021)


The following vaccination policy will come into force at The Tasman Golf Club on 1 December 2021 - at 12.01am

The committee of The Tasman Golf Club have taken the decision to implement a Vaccination Policy to apply to everyone (apart from those with a medical exemption authorised by the NZ Director of Health) entering our clubhouse facility. This includes players that are entered in any Club events or competitions (whether those events are listed in

our programme or not). 

The vaccination policy requires that in order to enter the clubhouse all staff, members, guests and visitors aged 12 yrs & over must provide satisfactory evidence of having the full government-approved vaccination. This evidence can be the electronic 'My Vaccine Pass' or a scan, photograph or hardcopy of their Covid-19 Vaccine Pass. The pass can be emailed (from your own email address) to the Club at teeup@tasmangolfclub.com . Or you can produce your vaccination evidence at the clubhouse. To apply for your own 'My Vaccine Pass' please visit My Covid Record https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19-vaccines/covid-19-vaccination-certificates/my-covid-record/#how-to-sign-up-for-my-covid-record .

Thanks for your understanding as we navigate our way through these unchartered waters. Our aim is to provide a safe playing & working environment and also continue to be an inclusive club that supports our members, visiting golfers and our local community. This policy will be under constant review as more information comes to light over the coming days and weeks. We appreciate your patience and respect for our staff and each other during this time.




(posted 29 Nov 2021)

With the August COVID lockdown seeing a change to the programme, we competed to retain the “Ryder Cup” held  annually between Tasman and Totaradale on the weekend of 27th & 28th of November.


 With home advantage to Totaradale, good results from the Tasman Team saw 3 wins apiece for Tasman and Totaradale, with the last match halved in front of the clubhouse where Tasman snatched a draw from certain victory after a 4 putt loss of hole. So into the afternoon with the score 3 ½ to 3 ½.   The afternoon saw Tasman dominating most of the best ball matches winning the afternoon 4 ½ to 2 ½ taking a somewhat unexpected 8 to 6 lead overnight.


Sunday saw drizzle early, but in the individual match play saw total dominance from the Tasman team.  For the first  time in history*, Tasman did not lose an individuals match. 13 wins and 3 draws for a Sunday total of 14 ½ to 1 ½, saw Tasman cruise home 22 ½ to 7 ½.


Congratulations to the Tasman team.  That is 4 wins in a row.

*Perhaps - I have no idea if this is true.

    Al Ashcroft, Mens Captain














(posted 3 Nov 2021)


The Tasman Golf Club's Annual General Meeting will be held at the clubrooms on Wed, 24 November 2021

The Notice of Meeting can be found here



(report posted Sat, 23 Oct 2021)


Earlier this week, the Tasman women participated in the 9 hole Best of the Best competition, which is a regional event equivalent to the 18 hole Champion of Champions. This was held in Marlborough at Fairhall golf club.

The Team consisted of Lyndal McMeeking, winner of our A grade championship, Jill Gillan, runner up and Dawn Carter, our most improved player. I myself joined the group as Team Manager / Caddie and off course 'FOMO'. ( for those who are not up to date with this term, it means 'fear of missing out').

On the Monday afternoon, we were able to have a practice round, and when we got to number 5 hole, a Par 3, Lyndal was the first to hit off, we watched her hit a very nice shot which landed on the green and then unbelievably went into the hole!! As you can imagine we were extremely excited, it was a wonder you didn't

hear us back in Tasman. We were just so thrilled for Lyndal and I am sure you will all join us in

congratulating her.

But wait there is more.......so on Tuesday, the day of the competition, Jill and Lyndal played in the A grade division and Dawn was in the Most Improved Player division. When it came to the Prize giving, we were all delighted to hear that Jill had won the A grade best gross, and the overall trophy top prize, for best gross over the 2 Divisions. Dawn was the winner of the Most Improved Player, for the whole region, and then just to top things off Tasman was the winner of the Team event, this was the best combined stablefords. 

So how amazing is all that, for such a small club with a very small number of women members, it was

a very proud moment! 

Thank you to Tasman Golf Club, in supporting us to partake in the competition.


Pam Robert, Team Manager












(POSTPONED - new date Sun, 31 Oct)

Open to all 9 & 18 Hole players, Men & Women this fun event is played in an Ambrose format in teams of 4. Entry fee is $15 and includes afternoon tea. Plenty of prizes, for entries and more information

click on our poster .



(Mon, 2 August 2021)

The Tasman Ladies team completed their first defense of the 9H Ladies Biddy Smith Challenge Trophy

against a strong Nelson team with a win on a warm spring-like day at Kina.

Jill Gillan & Dawn Carter had wins, Lyndal McMeeking halved her match and Pam Robert had a loss.

Many thanks to the Nelson team of Jane McSpirit, Sarah Smith, Allison McAlpine & Pamela Chapman

for a tight and enjoyable contest.

The next challenger is Totaradale (date to be confirmed)















(Mon, 24 May 2021 - 10am)

Poster and entry details here. 






The 2021 Kina Open was held on Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 May.

Our congratulations to the 2021 Kina Cup winner Mike McGee. Mike narrowly won on countback over Rob Bloor. Other winners included  - Sean Riordan, Nick Thomsen, Ben Holden, Tom Rush, Ian Rowling,  Owen Pitman, George Jameson, Paul Heathcote, Lizzie Neale, Jan Overall & Tania Appleman.


Congratulations also go to Lizzie Neale who bettered her own Ladies Course record

set at last year's Kina Open - this year on the Saturday Lizzie shot a 67.

More results can be found here.




Sun, 28 March 2021 - 1.30pm























(updated 15 Feb 2021)

Please read our latest notice to all players regarding Golf at Alert Level 2.

Tee bookings are required for all players - except those playing in a club competition.

* this notice expired at midnight on Wed, 17 Feb when we dropped back to Alert Level 1




(Mon, 8 Feb 2021)

Mens Winners:

James Campion & Hayden White with 54 pts from

Andrew Fenemor & Ian Hanford with 53 pts from

Alan Tait & Jake McLachlan with 51 pts

Mixed Winners

Donna Mitchell & Ian Rowling with 52 pts on c/b from

Tania Appleman & Mike Inwood with 52 on c/b from

Colin & Sarah Rush also with 52 pts



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