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Special Offers:

  •  2 Year Special Offer for new men members: 1st Year $550.00 / 2nd Year (Full Member Subs). Applies to the 2018/19 & 2019/20 periods. *Terms & Conditions apply.
  • 1 Year Special Offer for new men members: $700.00 Applies to the 2018/19 period.
  • 1 Year Special Offer for new women members: $550.00 Applies to the 2018/19 period.

Test Drive Trentham Offers:

  • A trial subscription of $150 for 2 months, if you decide to become a full playing member, the $150 will be taken off the first year subscription. This gives you unlimited access to the course and clubhouse facilities. This does not include affiliation to NZGolf and WGI. If you have an active handicap you may enter club competitions but not trophy events
  • For $100 you can play 5 rounds of golf at Trentham and carry the same rights as a green fee player. If you decide to join, the $100 is deducted from your first year’s subscription.



Trentham Camp managed a second place team finish at the recent Wellington Golf Champion of Champions event against all champions in the Wellington Region, a fantastic event and great Trentham Camp team that performed really well against some excellent golfers (Masterton won the team event with their senior player shooting 7 under par for the opening round and even par for the second round!)

The whole club congratulates the achievement of Mike Jensen, Andrew Torrence and Erich Jahnke


Champion of Champions



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The 2018 Hunt Electrical Men’s and Women’s Trentham Open was played on Saturday 17th November and once again the conditions were fine and calm. 136 golfers represented the field from various clubs all around the Wellington region. This year we had a record field and thanks to the generous support of our sponsors over $2400 in prizes.

The club once again is grateful for the support given to our open from our principal sponsor Hunt Electrical Ltd. This year Powder Coating Services Seaview sponsored our longest drive and closest the pin prizes and the club are truly thankful for their support. Wattyl gave our tournament a bit of colour (excuse the pun) and provided two very generous prizes for the Wattyl challenge hole on our number 15 hole. Thanks also goes to David Thwaites team at the Golf Warehouse (who are incidentally our hole in one sponsor at Trentham Camp) who gave generous discounts for prizes and tossed in extra golf balls. Once again Kevin Smith Golf Coach provided a free golf lesson. I spoke to the chap who won the lesson and he said Kevin has help his driving.

Thanks also goes to  the active participation of member volunteers including marshals, course volunteers, referees, scorers, sausage sizzlers, thanks also goes to our caterers who all helped make this a successful tournament

Also the green staff has been doing a terrific job looking after the course and a number of visitors commented how well the course was prepared.

Congratulations go to our 2018 champions

Brendan Malcolm - Men’s Open Champion

Kathy Maetzig – Ladies Open Champion

Victoria Li - Ladies  Gross Champion

Special mention is also given to the following Trentham Camp members who performed well in their divisions

Hine Kemp, Berylann Topine, Carol Antipas, Manfred Jahnke, Bill Tahiwi, Andy Prudhoe, Strike Bahm, John Mc Moore, Alan Browne, Erich Jahnke, John Duncan and Chooky Atkins.

It was also good to see golfers from the Samoan Golf Academy playing in our open. It is pleasing to see the talents of these young players being brought forward by the academy.


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Hunt Electrical Trentham Camp Men's OpenChampion Brendan Malcolm


Hunt Electrical Women's Champion Kathy Maetzig receives the Trophy from John Hunt representing Hunt Electrical Limited.


Hunt Electrical Women's Gross Champion Victoria Li receives the Trophy from Marlene Wilkinson our Ladies Club Captain.


Nick McClure multiple Trentham Camp Open Champion receives the Powder Coating Services Seaview Longest Drive for senior men.


Corey Love representing Wattyl explains the options to one of the two winners of the Wattyl challenge hole


A group of Trentham Camp Golf Club "All Sorts" under a banner familiar to all golfers that of the Golf Warehouse



Christmas Ham 2018


Memorial Trophy

Congratulations to the winners of the Memorial Trophy. The men’s winner was Alan McMurchie and the women’s winner Denise Orr.


Trentham Camp Golf Club Shootout

Today’s shootout was greeted with much anticipation and curiosity as it has been also 14 years since TCGC has held it last shootout. The weather gods mainly smiled and the three pools of players men’s gross, men’s nett and women’s nett manage to play most of the competition in dry conditions except for light rain on the last hole.

It was a day enjoyed by all and was finished with a umu and club house company. Congratulations go to our shootout winners: Mike Jensen – men’s gross, Eric  Jahnke  - men’s nett and Hine Kemp – women’s  nett. Worthy of note are runners-up:  Akaino Aukino – men’s gross, Taufao Manu – men’s nett and Faye Powell - Women’s nett.

Thanks also goes to John Hunt who prepared the umu and the team of referees who adjudicated the pools.

Will worth doing again next year!


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 Trentham Open 2018 Entry Flyer 



On Sunday23rd September Trentham Camp Golf Club held it’s annual Murray Halberg day to raise funds towards the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation (Formerly The Halberg Trust) through fundraising golf events such as our Murray Halberg Day. This year the club raised approximately  $1390 thanks to the support of the Wellington Eagles Society, Quinns Post Golf Adjunct, visitors from other clubs and our own club members.

Our Murray Halberg Champions this year are: Men Erich Jahnke and ladies Carol Antipas.

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Contragulations to Erich Jahnke and Akaina Aukino the winners of the Presidents Salver. Jack Vlas and Andy Prudhoe were the runners up.

Midweek Club Champs

This  year’s Midweek Club Champions are: Men – Rodney Orr and runner-up Warren Luey,  Ladies – Carol Antipas and runner-up Faye Powell

Mens stableford plate & Ladies Stableford Cup

Congratulations to the winners of these trophies. Dennis Paki (43 Points) and Carol Antipas (34 Points)


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All five Trentham Camp interclub teams came together on the 30th June to complete for the WUMP Team Trophy and individual WUMP  stableford medal.

It was an enjoyable day of golf followed by much camaraderie over a drink and meal.

Results for the team trophy

DIV 3                     290 points

DIV8                      286 points

Mashie                  272 points

Evergreens           262 points

Ladies                   246 points.

The individual medal was won by Manfred Jahnke with 44 stableford on countback from Bob Campbell.

The most wins for an WGI interclub  player over the season was Ieremia  Isopo




Please note the course will also  be closed on Wednesday and reviewed again on Thursday.



Congratulations to Bill Tahiwi for winning the Rae Green Putting Cup. 

View Results


George Bennett Winners 2018



Club Chamos 2018


Stroke Play 2018 Results

Click on the following link to view final scores for the stroke play 

Club Stroke Play Champs Results 2018 

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Congratulations to the winners of the Avalon Cup on Sunday.


Deborah and Alan McMurchie won the mixed cup.

Jason Mihaere and John Clifton won the mens cup


Twilight Winner 


The Trentham ladies had a sucessful Phyl Tomlins tournament this Saturday. Deborah McMurchie won the trophy with a well played round of golf. 

It was good to see Phyl's family supporting the tournament and enjoying the after match activities.

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Deborah with the trophy, Denise Orr ladies captain on the left and Lisa and Jo Phyl's daughters


On Tuesday Alan Browne shot under his age and at the same time won the Kevin Fenton Trophy. Carol Antipas won the women’s Kevin Fenton Trophy.

For most golfers the odds of shooting your age are:

The percentage of golfers who shoot their age is .0000089%, or less than 9 per million.

And for breaking par:

The percentage of golfers who will break par in their career is 1/2 of 1%. By extension, the number of golfers who score 68 or better is somewhere between .1 and .4 percent

Captains Trophy 2018



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