The golf course was created by a group of golfing enthusiasts in the early 1950's in a bushland cleared setting near the mouth of the Margaret River and winds its way up and down the slopes of the coastal ridge.
This spectacular setting is complemented by an abundance of flora and fauna, native and local trees. The resident kangaroos have been a major attraction for visitors, golfers and non-golfers alike for many years.
Although not heavily bunkered, the course features numerous water hazards, mostly on the front nine holes. The back nine in particular requires careful shot consideration owing to the undulating fairways and large trees.
The Margaret River golf course is in pristine condition year round and at its perfect best during the winter months especially.
Visitors are welcome but bookings are essential. Clubs, buggies and carts are available for hire at the on-course golf shop that also stock a wide range of equipment and essentials.
The clubhouse offers a well stocked bar and stunning views over the course from the verandah.
The bar is open daily from 11am to 7pm during summer. Bar snacks available all day.