Albany Golf Club

The oldest golf course in WA still on its original site 
1 Barry Court, off Golf Links Rd, Middleton Beach, Albany, WA, Australia, 6331
Contact Person: Ian Redmond - Director of Golf

Phone: 61 898448433
Fax: 61 898448866
Mobile: 0420466420

The Albany Golf Club was founded in 1898 and is the oldest golf course in Western Australia still on it's original site. In February 2009 the course was listed in the WA Register of Heritage places.

A superb 18 hole True Links course, it has been voted among the top 50 Links courses in the world, as well as being in the top 100 golf courses in Australia.

Facilities include driving Range and practice putting green, and visitors and social golf players are welcome. The main clubroom and two conference rooms are also available for hire as function venues.

AAA PGA Coaching Professional: Ian Redmond
Ian can be contacted through the Golf Shop on 9844 8433

History Excerpt:
"As the chief port in Western Australia until the end of the 19th century, Albany received almost 30,000 visitors a year at the peak of the gold boom... As the town prospered, interest turned to sport and recreation. An English golfer visiting Albany suggested the land at Middleton Beach, beside Lake Seppings, as ideal for a nine-hole "links" course, as the best golf courses were those on traditional links on seaside land.

"The Old English word "hlinc" has been reported as describing "connected areas of sandy ground, level or undulating, covered by scrub, turf and course grass, ranging along a seashore like links in a chain"."

Wittenoom Cup Carnival: Sensational 10 days of Golf, variety of events and functions. Held in January each year.
~ For more information, including of the history of the course and more, see Albany Golf Club website, linked above.

Disabled Access / Facilities

Disability access into main clubroom.

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Golf Carts
Pro Shop
Licensed, Bar
Practice Facilities
Equipment Hire
Public, Green Fees


Private Functions