The Yarra Yarra Golf Club Foundation was established by the General Committee in 1995.

The Foundation aims to maintain the heritage of the Club by preserving significant features which give Yarra Yarra its uniqueness, history and values.

The Foundation Fund is controlled by a Board of Trustees independent from the General Committee and Administration of the Club. Foundation accounts are subject to audit and are published in the Club’s Annual Report. The objective of the Foundation is to create a capital fund, the interest of which can fund projects without drawing down on the capital.

  • Membership and Donations

    Membership of the Yarra Yarra Golf Club Foundation is activated by donations of $1,000 or more to the Foundation. Currently there are over 80 Foundation members.

    Donations (including bequests) can be given directly to the Foundation or through the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) projects. Donations through the ASF are tax deductible.

    Donation forms:

  • Projects

    The Yarra Yarra Golf Club Foundation is active in raising funds for special projects nominated by the General Committee for the improvement of member facilities and the preservation of the Club’s heritage.

    Completed Projects:

    • Centenary driveway project
    • Foundation rock cairn
    • Clubhouse paintings in Alex Russell Lounge
    • Robert Wade paintings and sketches in Eaglemont Bar dining area
    • Upgrade of the display cabinets on ground floor gallery
    • Restoration of the War Memorial located beside the 14th tee
    • Framing and preservation of the Club’s historical photographs, course plans and memorabilia
    • Fitness Centre