Club Support Service
Club Support Correspondence
All correspondence should be addressed to:
Mr Stuart Fraser
CEO Golf NSW
1a Duncan St
Arncliffe, NSW. 2205
E-mails can be directed to [email protected]
For more information please contact Golf NSW on
(02) 9505 9105.
The Golf NSW Club Support Service was launched in July 2014 to advise affiliated golf clubs needing expert assistance in key areas of their business operations.
“It is our goal to provide more benefits to our members and to grow the game for all. However, some clubs face real and immediate challenges. This service will help Clubs optimise their day-to-day operations, which will ultimately result in more people playing more golf,” Stuart Fraser, CEO of Golf NSW said.
Golf NSW has secured the services of a number of highly experienced golf administrators to deliver the advisory service.
At the request of a member Club, Golf NSW will provide this complimentary service to as an affiliation benefit.
A Club Support Officer will determine the most effective way to assist the Club. This in most cases will include an onsite visit and consultation, resulting in an operational review and report being presented to the Club for consideration.
Golf NSW Club Support Team
Mr Graham Christian - Club Operations
Graham has over thirty years experience in Club Management. His most recent role was as General Manager of The Lakes Golf Club, a position held for over 29 years.
Mr Christian has also been actively involved with the Golf Management Australia (GMA), and is a life time member of the NSW division.
Mr Martyn Black - Agronomy
Martyn has over forty years’ experience in turf management, including most recently a twenty-six year stint as course superintendent at Castle Hill Country Club in Sydney’s north west.
Mr Black is a life member of the NSW Golf Course Superintendents Association.
Club Support Partners
Muswellbrook Golf Club is set to rejuvenate significant parts of its course and club facilities after securing around $1 million in funding from the NSW Government Regional Community Development Fund