HELP - Simple hints for finding your way around our web site.

(If you cannot find a solution to your query on this page, please E-MAIL for further assistance)

LINKS - Wherever you see text in blue, underlined, a mouse click on that text will link you to another page, where you will find the subject expanded upon. Alternatively the link might be to another web-site.

EXITING ENLARGEMENTS - Following enlargement and viewing of an illustration, it is important to exit and move on either by mouse clicking the bottom right hand corner X (See red arrow right), or by clicking your ESC key in the top left corner of your keyboard.

We advise that you DO NOT use CLOSE (X) in the top right of your screen, as you will exit our web site and have the inconvenience of opening up again. 

ENLARGEMENTS - In most cases, illustrations throughout this web site, be they photos, graphics, or reduced size documents, can be enlarged to screen size by mouse clicking.

ADOBE READER - From time to time, in order to receive information, you may be invited to download a 'pdf' file using Adobe Reader. This is a universally safe process and if you do not already have 'Adobe Reader' on your computer, downloading(FREE) is advisable. 

MAIN MENU - At the top of each page you will see your main menu for navigating through the web site. By clicking on a subject heading you will be taken to the main page containing information on that subject. Furthermore, on some pages you will find sub-menus, requiring further clicking for more detailed subject matter..

THE COURSE - This main page will tell you about course statistics and local rules, whilst the sub-menus (right) provide links to panoramic photos of all 1st Nine & Back Nine Holes. Ultimately, for the really serious visiting golfer, we intend to provide a graphic for each hole, giving distances and key features.

MEMBERS ONLY - Provides information mainly of interest to Club Members, notices, club news, results etc, with the following sub-links:

VISITORS - Whether local, or from out of town, potential visitors need to know when are good times to play our course and how much they can expect to pay in green fees. Special rates are on offer. A sub-menu link provides national and international visitors with instant access to Whakatane's accommodation and dining choices, as well as suggestions for non-golf activities.

JOINING - We are keen to build up our membership, young and not-so-young. This page provides information and advice for anyone wishing either to renew their acquaintance with the sport or to take up golf for the first time. A link is provided to a simple web form for contacting the Club and setting wheels in motion for joining.