Commonwealth prides itself on having strong reciprocal relationships with clubs both Interstate and Internationally – a great benefit of membership!
Reciprocal rights arrangements for Commonwealth members vary from club to club. However, in order to play at a reciprocal golf club when visiting, members must be introduced to the reciprocal golf club in a proper manner, that is, either personally by a member of the reciprocal golf club or by an official Commonwealth introductory letter available from the office.
A written introduction from the General Manager should be obtained from the office by any member wishing to visit one of the Club’s reciprocal golf clubs. The specific details of the Club’s reciprocal arrangements may be obtained from the General Manager and should be reviewed by members before making any transfer of residence to a relevant city or visiting any of the Club’s reciprocal golf clubs.
Some clubs provide for sympathetic consideration for membership upon transfer of residence to the applicable city and otherwise the privilege of using the Clubhouse and course on equal terms with the members of the reciprocal golf clubs.
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
Taiheiyo Club has 17 courses within Japan to select from.
Contact the CGC office to obtain a Letter of Introduction
Then contact Taiheiyo direct (with a copy of the Letter of Introduction) via the
email address below.
Fax: 0011 813 6430 2042