The first full season of the Waitemata Golf Club on Alison Park took place in 1906, with annual subs of one guinea for men, and ten shillings and sixpence for women. Players were to use caddies and pay them sixpence for the afternoon and one penny for each ball found.
The course was originally nine holes within the perimeter of a horse racing track. Motorbike racing, horse racing, greyhound and professional foot racing shared Alison Park until 1934.