Clublinks wins tender for management rights at Moore Park Golf

Centennial Parklands and Clublinks Management Pty Ltd are pleased to announce that Clublinks will continue its role as the facility manager of Moore Park Golf – Sydney’s leading public golf course.

Trustees of the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust approved the recommendation at their recent meeting after a competitive tender process was concluded. Clublinks will manage the facilities and marketing of Moore Park Golf for the next five years with provision for a further five year extension.

“We were delighted with the interest in Moore Park Golf this time. The public tender process saw 34 parties register interest – the most ever during such a tender. We believe this interest can be attributed directly to the substantial investment in facilities and services by the Trust, and the outstanding customer service and management of the facilities by Clublinks over the last six years,” said Kim Ellis, Executive Director, Botanic Gardens & Centennial Parklands.

“Clublinks have delivered exceptional results in facility utilisation whilst setting golf industry benchmarks nationwide for the quality of our golf product and business marketing. We are confident this will continue and look forward to working with the Clublinks team.”

Clublinks’ Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Lawrence, expressed his organisation’s commitment to continuous improvement at Moore Park Golf: “Clublinks is thrilled to have won a very competitive Tender. We understand implicitly the importance of Moore Park Golf to Centennial Parklands and the community, and we are honoured to be entrusted with management for a further five years.”

“The collaborative nature of our relationship is important to us. More utilisation of the course and facilities results in increased revenue to maintain Centennial Parklands. Our business success means the community wins through higher standards of assets and facilities across the Parklands.”

Moore Park Golf is Sydney’s home of public golf. Each year, it has in excess of 15 million balls hit from its three-storey driving range, 56,000 rounds of golf played across its championship quality 18 hole public golf course and delivers 16,000 golf lessons via the Sydney Golf Academy.