Club History

Bathurst Golf Club

Like many of the golf clubs in New South Wales, the Bathurst Golf Club is abundant with history and anecdotes associated with golf and the evolution of the sport. The book The History of the Bathurst Golf Club: Our first 100 years blends the rich history of Bathurst with golf itself.

Frank Farrugia takes the reader behind the scenes and not only gives them an interesting account of different aspects of club life but also an historical account of the early foundation members and pioneers. These include Doctors J Brooke Moore Snr and J Brooke Moore Jnr, Mr W Rankin, Mr J McPhillamy, and others. Events during World War II and antics of some of its more colourful members.

This is the first official record of the Bathurst Golf Club and copies are still available at the Club.

Bathurst Golf Club

Clubhouse – Bathurst Golf Club

Bathurst Golf Course is an great 18 hole championship course with fast grass greens and lush couch fairways. The Clubhouse is in a tree lined setting with spectacular views over the course and beyond, to the Blue Mountains.

If your preference is for a quiet chat with great views over the course to the Blue Mountains, then the lounge area is for you. Members, guests and visitors wishing to warm-up before their round may make use of the Club’s practice facilities. These facilities consist of two practice putting greens, three practice nets and a practice fairway complete with bunkers and chipping green.

The golf course is in fantastic condition and we welcome locals, large and small groups looking for somewhere to play to call in and experience one of the best inland golf courses in New South Wales.

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Corporate Brochure

Corporate Brochure 2017