Kellett Golf Society

The Kellett Golf Society committee is committed to re-establishing the bonhomie associated with the wonderful game of golf!

We currently have around 40 members and play once one or two months, often at Kau Sai Chau. Dates are published well in advance so that days, mornings or afternoons can be booked off. We aim to play at a variety of courses in Hong Kong and China, developing an inter-society competition and, once a year, playing overseas.

Until the handicapper gets a good feel for everyone's handicap, games will be played using the New-New Peoria format, leaning more to the social side as we build up to a more competitive game. So, don't worry about the old excuses, your handicap on the day will reflect how well you have played. Note the operative word!

Membership subsription is $300 per year. If you would like to join the KGS please email social@rhkyc.org.hk  for an application form.

KGS members who are registered with the Discovery Bay Golf Club may play there on Mondays and Tuesdays (except public holidays) at the discounted green fee of $1,650. To register please email your full name and Hong Kong ID card number to social@rhkyc.org.hk.

Next Outing

December 19, 2018 Wednesday, Kau Sai Chau (KSC) South Course, Sai Kung

Outing Reports


Friday 16 November - ABC Second Commodore's Cup Invitational Competition

The Kellett Golf Society was invited to participate in the Commodores cup on 16th of November at Deepwater bay. The invitation was extended by the ABC to the KGS and also to Hebe Haven. Alas, Hebe Haven were unable to field any participants. The KGS was able to field a team of 10 members and guests for this event. 

18 holes on the predominately par-3 course were played in a glorious setting and in stunning weather. The competition was a standard Stableford format with KGS playing against the ABC. As the pairings completed their rounds it looked as though it was going to be a walkover for the KGS however, as the final pairings came in, the ABC put on a great showing. When the final scores were in, it was the KGS that ruled the day. It was a win for us but, by the slenderest of margins. We won by 1 point!

A long lunch and prize-giving was enjoyed on the terrace-what a fabulous setting!

Many thanks to the ABC and to Deepwater Bay staff for organising this event. Also, many thanks to our Captain, Chris Li, for his organisation. It is the second match that we have played against the ABC. Hopefully it will continue for many more years.