Aerial over Mt Hay and Grose Valley, Blue Mountains - Image; Hamilton Lund, DNSW
Itching to get out of the city and enjoy a round of golf? The Blue Mountains region, just a short drive from Sydney, offers a number of picturesque and challenging golf courses for golfing enthusiasts. Explore the national park and surrounds, then tee off for a round of 18 holes, many with spectacular views.
Golf clubs in the Blue Mountains
If you enjoy great scenery with your swing, head to the Blue Mountains for your next round of golf. The region boasts excellent golf courses in breathtaking surrounds.
Katoomba Golf Club offers great golf links and an on-site restaurant. Its stunning location also makes it a popular wedding venue.
Since 1902, the Leura Golf Club has offered golfers a spectacular setting in which to play 18 holes. Enjoy golf with a view, then tuck in to a meal at the restaurant. It's also an ideal location for functions.
If you're after a beautiful natural setting and panoramic views of Sydney, Springwood Country Club is just an hour's drive west of the city. Work on your game with a few lessons, enjoy the view, or relax with a drink and meal at the bistro.
Established in 1913, the Wentworth Falls Country Club golf course was designed by renowned Australian golf course designer Dan Souter. This tree-lined, prestigious course offers impeccable fairways and putting greens with sloping contours.
Blackheath Golf Course sits on top of the Blue Mountains. With its rhododendrons, maples and azaleas, it really is a spectacular landscape for a round of golf. Tee off and enjoy the stunning views on foot or from your cart. At the end of nine or 18 holes, have a drink and a bite to eat at the restaurant and bar.
The clubhouse at the Lithgow Golf Club is a beautiful example of an 1850s federation homestead. The meticulous course is an easy walk, but it offers challenges to players of all levels. The lovely location makes it a popular function venue for conferences and weddings.