Palm Beach Golf Course

Sports and Recreation Facilities

The Palm Beach Golf Club enjoys an exquisite advantage of location, being only a fifty-minute drive from the commercial heartland of Sydney. The sprawling nine hole course is a championship level layout overlooking the picturesque Northern Beaches. The club is sheltered by the Barrenjoey Lighthouse, cradled between the Pittwater and Palm Beach. The clubhouse also provides a range of golfing equipments and accessories, like golf carts and clothes.

To the uninitiated this relatively flat course appears to be a bit of a ‘doddle’ at first, however as shown with past Pro-Ams very rarely under competition set up is the course par of 64 achieved. This 4,176 metre course has given many good golfers a basic lesson in course management, a fact that is further attested to with its revised layout record of 59.

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Warrah lookout, Brisbane Water National Park. Photo: John Yurasek © DPIE

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Rocky Point trail, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

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