Established in 1896, The Brisbane Golf Club is a premier golfing destination thanks to the vision of our founding members. With great foresight, these pioneers of Australian golf built an exceptional golf course together with traditions and culture that has created the unique combination of challenging golf with unparalleled fellowship among members. 120 years later, we enjoy the benefits of their enthusiasm and energy every day.

Our heritage-listed Clubhouse stands proud and our members, most importantly, adore our 18-hole championship golf course which is ranked in the Top 100 golf courses in Australia according to Golf Australia Magazine and Golf Digest Australia Magazine. The Brisbane Golf Club is also the only golf course in Australia to have Champion greens, a putting surface installed on over 700 golf courses in the United States. Being the home of the Isuzu Queensland Open compliments our list of recent achievements.

Recently The Brisbane Golf Club was voted Queensland’s favourite golf course and the fourth favourite golf course in Australia by readers of Australian Golf Magazine.


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The Brisbane Golf Club

Established in 1896, we are Queensland’s pioneering members-only golf club, boasting a 18-hole championship golf course, driving range and practice greens. Our function venue hosts weddings, conferences, private and corporate events year round. Influenced over time by renowned designer including Carnegie Clarke, Dr Alistar Mackenzie and Ross Watson, our course creates a unique golfing experience that can't be found anywhere else.
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The Brisbane Golf Club shared Golf Australia Magazine's video.Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at 3:22pm
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The Brisbane Golf ClubThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 12:26am
The 3rd round of the Gary Player Junior Classic played at Pacific GC today with Junior members of BGC in contention in all ages. The top 20 players in the 18-20 boys, the top 30 in the 16-17 and 15 and under age groups all play in the final round tomorrow.

In the 18-20 boys category, Stephen Cox is currently in 2nd place on 216 (par), with a bit to do tomorrow as he is currently 7 shots behind the leader Douglas Klein. Unlucky Dylan Barraclough missed the cut by 1 shot on 231. Lawry Flynn also missed the cut with 245 but bounced back in the third round with a 1 under par round 71.

In the 16-17 boys Louie Dobbelaar leads the category with 215 (1 under par), Ben Stieler on 233 T14, Bailey Ittensohn T16 235 made the cut. Bad luck for James Sammut and Sam Slater who missed the cut line.

In the under 15 Kaito Chiu is currently placed 2nd on 225, 6 shots behind the leader. Our other under 15 Junior Jordan Hampson made the cut T20 on 240.

We wish all the boys best of luck for the final round tomorrow.
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The Brisbane Golf ClubWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 8:20pm
Thank you to our trophy donor, Les Nathanson who has donated the Trophy for our Saturday competition this week.
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The Brisbane Golf Club added 9 new photos.Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 10:57pm
The 2017 Gary Player Junior Classic is being played at Pacific GC this week and we have a number of the Club Juniors in the event.

After two rounds in the 18-20 age group, Steven Cox is T3 with 142 (70,72) and Dylan Barraclough T8 150 (72,78).

In the 16-17 year olds, Louis Dobbelaar leads the way with 143 (73,70), Ben Stieler T6 150 (76,74), Bailey Ittensohn T8 151 (74,77), James Sammut T38 162 (79,83) and Sam Slater T44 165 (82,83).

In the 15 and under, Kaito Chiu is 4th on 150 (74,76), Jordan Hampson 19th on 158 (77,82).

The boys will play their third round tomorrow before a cut is made before the fourth round when the top 30 in each division play for the championship.

We wish them all the best of luck for the rest of the week.
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The Brisbane Golf Club shared Isuzu Queensland Open's video.Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 8:57pm
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The Brisbane Golf Club added 2 new photos.Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 10:59am
Saturday 7th of October is the Club's annual Father and Son Trophy. It's an invitational so if a member has a father and/or son as a member of another Golf Club with a GolfLink number they are eligible to play in the Saturday competition for the Father and Son Trophy.

For members wishing to enter their father/son combination please feel free to contact GolfShop to get your name down early on the timesheet.

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