Our ambassadors embody The Brisbane Golf Club…

The Brisbane Golf Club since 2011 has appointed seven ambassadors including dual US Open Champion and former No 1 tennis player Patrick Rafter; the current coach of the Australian cricket team Darren Lehmann; Olympic gold medalist and world champion beach volleyball player Natalie Cook; former Australia test cricketers Ryan Harris and Ian Healy as well as current Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja; and three-time AFL premiership player and Brownlow Medalist, Simon Black from the Brisbane Lions.

Each of our ambassadors embody The Brisbane Golf Club in appearance, demeanor, value and ethics and have the ability to talk about the Club in a positive way to the many potential new members they are exposed to in their day to day lives.

Natalie Cook

Beach volleyball gold medallist Natalie Cook hopes to be at next year’s Rio Olympics for golf – not as a competitor…

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Ryan Harris

Test cricketer Ryan Harris has no misconceptions whatsoever about the importance to all Australian sporting fans of the upcoming Ashes Tour…

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Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja is a busy man. The left handed top order batsman plays Test Match, One Day and T20 cricket for Australia…

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Simon Black

“Regularly playing golf at the home of the Isuzu Queensland Open – how good is that,” he said.

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Members

The Brisbane Golf Club is proud of its members, who individually are talented in so many different ways. A world renowned surgeon, an Australia’s hickory golf champion, one of Queensland’s greatest cricketers and a 48 time honour board event champion is just the beginning of the many stories and wonderful achievements we will bring to life over time.

 Committee and Management Team