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Golf Croquet

Golf croquet

Golf Croquet is a much simpler and quicker version of the game, but can be just as exciting. it has a completely different set of rules and tactics.

The object is to score hoops in the same order as in Association Croquet. There are no extra turns for going through hoops or hitting other balls although opposing balls can be knocked out of the way. When a player scores a hoop, all play is then to the next hoop.

The first player to score seven hoops wins the game, which usually takes 45-60 minutes.

Main Changes in the new Golf Croquet Rules

Golf croquet links

VCA GC Regional Championships

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To find and contact a club near you, use the Club Finder.

For resources to help grow your club see Growing Croquet in Victoria.

For refereeing accreditation procedure see Golf Croquet Referee Accreditation

Please contact the State Coordinator if you have other questions.

State Coordinator of Golf Croquet
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State Coordinator of Under 21 Croquet
Kate Patrick
u21coordinator @ croquetvic . asn . au

State Handicapper of Golf Croquet
Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt
0409 362947
handicapsgc @ croquetvic . asn . au

State Coordinator of Coaching
Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt
0409 362947
coaching @ croquetvic . asn . au

Golf Croquet State Team and Squad

Golf croquet news



New Rules online GC Rules

The WCF are pleased to be able to launch this new resource – an Online GC Rules Training and Study Pack. Comprising 28 individual modules, including videos, the complete rules of GC are covered in one Study Pack. There are separate modules aimed at those wishing to train towards becoming a referee.




James Wombwell Victoria's Under 21 Bronze Medallist

On Saturday 2 December James Wombwell (Casterton) and Michael McLean (Golden Square) competed for the honour of representing Victoria in the Under 21 Golf Croquet Gold and Silver Medal competition, to be held in Maitland NSW in January 2024.

It was a tense and strongly competitive best of three match. There were some excellent placement shots and clearances from both players. Michael won the toss and played Blue. After a long tussle he won the first hoop of the match, and he went on to win the first game 7:5. James played first in the second game, which he in turn won 7:5. 




Excellent field for Owen Edwards Cup

The Owen Edwards Cup was held at Cairnlea on the 4th and 5th November. Sunday for the final turned out to be a beautiful day which only added to the delight of this event. It was wonderful to see a sunny and warm day with all players decked out in their whites.

Entry was by expression of interest as the aim is to keep this event as a prestigious event to showcase Victorian players. Interstate interest was accepted but our interstate entries had to withdraw for personal reasons.  The 16 players who competed had a handicap range of -4 to 4.


16 players completed in a round robin event, consisting of 2 blocks of 8 players – blocks being selected by world rankings. The top 4 from each block went through to the finals- The remaining players continued on in a round robin event.

The entire event had high class games with skill and strategy on display at the highest level.




Australian GC Singles streaming this weekend

The Australian Open Golf Croquet Singles have reached the knockout phase.

The finals are being played at the Victorian Croquet Centre this weekend under blue skies and bright sun.

If you can't drop by, you can watch the live stream on Vimeo:



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