See Christmas Tournament poster below.


The Morrinsville Golf Club invites applications for the position of Greenkeeper (Sole
charge). Morrinsville is the centre of a large dairy industry with a processing plant
and supporting businesses. The town is situated to the East of Hamilton with a 35
minute drive. The MGC has been upgrading equipment over the last couple of years
and has modern facility with a range of equipment. This is a opportunity to progress
in the field of turf management working closely with a course manager, helping in the
planning of both short and long-term goals and the daily work programs.
You will be rostered to work a 40 hour week plus 2.5 hrs on some weekends (e.g.
mowing greens prior to tournaments etc.).
The successful candidate for this role will have:
– Formal turf qualifications relevant to this sole charge position.
– Have a proven ability to help lead and motivate a team.
– Practical experience and operation of most turf related plant and equipment.
– Relevant experience and qualifications in chemical usage and application.
– A strong understanding of modern Health and Safety requirements and reporting.
– Sound verbal and written communication skills
– Good level of fitness and enjoy physical work
– Current Drivers Licence.
Applicants for this position should have a full NZ Drivers License and NZ residency
or valid NZ Work Visa.
Please apply by the 23 January 2021 by email to including
full CV and two referees’ contact details – please note referees must be work
colleagues, preferably from a management position.
Salary will be negotiated within the range depending on knowledge and work
A copy of the job expectation is available at either or by
calling our office on 07 889 6696.


Get in Early with your Tee Booking






Closing Day

A fun day with Canadian Foursomes played to finish the year. The players say they enjoyed the game and participated in the prize giving afterwards.

The winners were Aaron Goddard and Marty Kennedy – gross 69,  Steve Noble and Rodney Chandler the nett 67 from the men’s teams. Mark Goodman and his fiancée, Kim Price, won the gross 82, Heather Robertson and Richard Miller the nett 69 for the mixed teams. Karen Semmens and Leanne McGregor won the nett 72 for the women’s team.


Women’s Champion of Champions tournament on Nov 22.

Tony Tritt Memorial TrophyI is a nett competition held on the Saturday of the USA Masters and this year it went to John Stirling (66) by the narrowest of margins from Keith Jones.

Sunday 15th Nov.

A group of 12 men from the club went to Paeroa to compete in the annual Ma Mo Te PA tournament.

Te Aroha won the competition both gross and nett with the three other teams all tied on second equal.

Although we didn’t win, we recorded some good scores with Aaron Goddard who shot a tidy 72 and Kevin Parry and Neville Hodges both with a nett 72, Papa Peters on 74 and Phil Hunter 76.

Next year, Matamata host the competition.


Awesome – well done Logan!

Waikato Golf 2020 Men’s NZ Interprovincial Team in playing order:
(1) Charlie Smail (Walton Golf Club)

(2) Jordan Woodall (Cambridge Golf Club)(3) Sam Vincent (Riverside Golf Club)

(4) Logan Madden (Morrinsville Golf Club)          

(5) Ben Slaven (Walton Golf Club)

(6) Adam Winter (Hamilton Golf Club – Travelling Reserve)



Trophy returns – would the winners and holders of a trophy or cup please return them for engraving. Many thanks.


Ma Mo Te Pa Interclub

The annual competition between Matamata, Morrinsville, Te Aroha and Paeroa is being held at Paeroa on Sunday 15th November. Tee off at 10.00am

If you would like to play please contact Gail (07 889 6696) or ring/text John (027 204 9017)

Women’s Waikato Champion of Champions

The Waikato Women’s Champion of Champions will be held on our course on Sunday, November 22nd. They are playing 36 holes so our course will be closed until later in the day.