The Club has a full time Greenkeeper and a part time mower driver to keep the course in good playing condition. They report to the Course Manager which is an elected position on the club's management committee. The Course Manager has an active sub committee which along with the green keeper Ian Cooper plan the course maintenance schedules.
The club has a modern fleet of mowers which include a tractor towed Merlin 4.5metre rotary mower for the rough, a John Deere fairway mower, a John Deere surrounds mower, a Toru greens mower and a 1.2 metre rotary mower. The key mowers for the fairways, surrounds and greens all have groomers.
The course is under irrigation. There is an computer run system to water all the fairways, surrounds and greens. The club has a water right that exceeds what is required to keep the course in a playable condition in the driest period.
In recent years mounds have been placed on No 2, No7, No 11, No15 and No 18. These are mainly at the hitting position off the tee for a drive or iron shot. A number of tees have been renovated and/or extended. Examples of this are No 3, No 7, No 8, No 10 and No 13. The renovation work is progressive. A number of trees have been removed, some due to damage or to reduce litter on the course. Where not in a critical position all blue gums will be removed. There is also a regular pruning programme to remove low hanging limbs, these mainly on the older conifers. The aim is to ensure players have at least a half to three quarter swing when under the trees.
Club volunteers assist with this project work and some of the larger maintenance jobs such as tree removal & pruning, weed spraying under trees and on course boundaries, raking bunkers and looking after gardens. Several also help with mowing in the peak growing months.