Nestled at the base of the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains on the Sunshine Coast, the Beerwah Golf Club offers a golf course that will challenge the most avid golfers and please those out for an enjoyable social day. Our 18 hole, par 72 course measures 6023 metres in length and, owing to its level layout, can be walked comfortably by all ranges of age and ability. As we border a State forest, the golf course is home to many species of birds and families of contented kangaroos which can often be found dozing in fairway bunkers. Those more serious about their game will need to exercise good course management as a number of holes require strategy more than strength.
The last hole on the front nine provides a fairly daunting tee shot as both sides of the fairway are lined with bunkers. Precision is required to find the middle and have a safe second shot into the green. One comforting thought is that the clubhouse is not far away !
The menacing par 4 tenth hole is rated the most difficult for men with good reason. This dogleg right requires the golfer to stay to left hand side of the fairway to avoid landing in trouble on the right. A little extra length off the tee will help you on this hole or be faced with a blind second shot over towering trees to the green. Welcome to the back nine!
From the tee on the par 5 fifteenth hole, the golfer must decide whether to play safe and layup short of the creek or go the distance and fly over it. More water can be found on the left side of the fairway but if you manage to stay dry the bigger hitters have a chance to putt for an elusive eagle. Looking back from the green, a spectacular view of Mount Beerwah, the tallest of the Glasshouse Mountains looms in the distance.