Date: April 19, 2013


Ever wondered how to get in to golf, but you haven t been sure how? Getting in to golf has never been easier!
We ve outlined some easy steps for everyone from beginners to experienced golfers to follow as they move through their golfing journey.

1. Find a driving range

The driving range is the best place to start your golfing journey. You can start swinging the club, hitting the ball, chipping and putting for the first time in a fun environment where mistakes don t matter! Don t have clubs? Doesn t matter! Driving ranges will let you hire clubs for a minimal price.

To find your nearest driving range, use the Search Golf Facilities function on the right hand side of this page.

2. Get a lesson

PGA Professionals are the experts in teaching the fundamentals of the game and can help you improve all aspects of your game, whether you are an expert or absolute beginner!

To find your nearest PGA Professional and book a lesson, visit the Find a PGA Pro website at:

3. Play

We all want to play as soon as we can! Use the Search Golf Facilities function on the right hand side of this page to find your nearest golf course or club.

4. Buy Clubs

Like any sport, having the right gear is crucial to your enjoyment and success.

You should start by visiting the pro shop at your local club or public course.

There are also numerous off course equipment chains you can visit for all the expert advice you need.

5. Join a Club

Joining a golf club is the final step on your golfing journey. Many people ask where do you start to look?! . The answer is through our exclusive membership website, Golf Club Connect.

Golf Club Connect is a site that connects golf clubs to golfers all across Australia. Membership specials and information is posted by clubs for you to look through and help make an informed decision about the best club for you.

Please visit to search for a club now.

6. Just want to be a social golfer for now?

The Crown Lager Social Golf Club is for you. At only $65 per year, it s a great way to get started in the game, play some great courses at discount rates and begin to measure your progress using the Golf Australia Casual Handicap.

Visit for more information and to sign up today!