Play the most unique golf course in town
Play will commence with a shotgun start each day at 7am and continue throughout the day until the final tee time of 8:30pm. Players must register for a tee time and tee times are subject to availability.
Four players are allocated to each group – you can play as a team or individual within the group. Players must arrive at the Clubhouse and register attendance no later than 30 minutes before their allocated tee time. With ten holes to play, there will be 40 players on the course at each tee time.
Players are not permitted to bring their own clubs or balls. All equipment will be provided.
An automated shot clock will keep play on track and keep your group moving between holes. You will have one minute per player, per hole to play 3x shots (excluding the Clubhouse putt, which will be putted out) and four minutes to move between holes. A total of 90 minutes will be allocated per round.
Your caddie will keep score on the team scorecard as you play each hole. All shots will count (3x scores per hole plus the Clubhouse putt). At the end of the round, scores will be added up and displayed on the Clubhouse screens.
Scores to be based on:
- Birdie – hit within the yellow zone (2m radius of the hole)
- Par – hit within the marked green area
- Bogey – just miss the green (within 2m)
- Double bogey – completely miss the area
- The ultimate goal is a hole-in-one – can you do it?
There are a total of 9 holes in Adelaide Oval Stadium Golf. Nine stadium golf holes plus one Clubhouse putt will be played and scored in each allocated tee time.
Players will tee off from nine raised platforms (‘tee boxes’) purpose-built for the event at each tee location. Nine greens are located on the Oval (players will not enter the Oval surface). One Clubhouse putt is located inside the Clubhouse, this is the only hole to be putted out during the tee time. The nine stadium hole lengths vary from 45m – 105m and tee elevation varies from ground level to level 5 of the stands.
Each group will be allocated a caddie, your caddie will escort you to your first tee and guide you around the stadium. They will provide advice on each hole and stadium insights as you walk between each tee box. This is not your average game of golf – players will need to stick to schedule. All players are required to follow the direction and instruction of caddies at all times.
A host of amazing prizes will be awarded including overall prizes for the Best Female, Best Male, Best Group (registered team of 4) and Best Junior (U/18) as well as prizes for Hole-in-Ones and Male / Female longest drive.
Additionally, $250,000 will be up for grabs with the new 2019 Hole-In-One Competition!*
- The first ten Amateur Men and Amateur Ladies who hit a hole-in-one on holes 1 to 9 throughout the week (October 5 to October 12, 2019) will qualify to compete for the $250k on Saturday 12 October at 7pm following the completion of the day’s play.
- Each qualifying Amateur player will have one, supervised swing on the 105m hole and if they score a hole-in-one, they will walk away with a $250k prize!
*Terms and conditions apply; Pro golfers are ineligible to compete in the Hole-In-One Competition to win the $250,000 prize money.