The Commonwealth Golf Club Foundation (the Foundation) was established in September 1995.

Its purpose? To attract financial support so our Club can continue to provide members with modern playing, practice, and clubhouse facilities, and support the development of the game.

We have committed to an extensive Restoration Plan to deliver an outstanding golf course. Prudent financial management means the Club can fund the costs of the course restoration, and the carpark.

But more needs to be done. Our practice and teaching facilities need to be upgraded so that teaching staff can continue to provide lessons, regardless of weather. Generally, we have ongoing capital projects to fund, and we want to expand the development programs we offer, so we can support our up and coming young players.  

Delivering these last elements require additional funding, and this is where our members, through the Foundation, can make a difference.

Members can show their support in two ways – by donating today, or by leaving a bequest in their Will. 

Donate Today

Members can choose to make a tax-deductible donation, via the Australian Sports Foundation. The ASF will provide an official receipt and direct your donation to the Foundation.

To make a donation towards Capital Projects, please click here

To make a donation towards the Practice & Teaching Facilities project, please click here

To make a donation towards Player Development, please click here

If you would prefer to donate via cheque or via direct deposit please download this form 

If a tax deduction is not required, you can donate directly to the Foundation. Contact details are provided below.

Tribute to John Methuen (Jock) Balding

Please click here to view the tribute to Jock Balding.

Leave a Bequest

A bequest is a wonderful way to celebrate your connection with the Club and leave a legacy that will benefit future generations of players.

A bequest may be made to the Foundation to support the Club in general or may be applied to a particular purpose such as the Development Program, or to help fund future building and renovation projects.

The best way to arrange a bequest to the Foundation is to speak with a solicitor to create or update your Will. A solicitor can ensure that your estate is distributed in a way that meets your wishes.

For further information about supporting the Foundation, please contact the club’s General Manager, Peter Paccagnan at