Capital Country
Queanbeyan Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 70
5806 M


The Par 70 championship course with its ongoing improvements is designed to be one of the most challenging in the ACT/Monaro District with spectacular bushland views and an abundance of fauna.

The clubhouse offers excellent facilities for your social or corporate function. Enjoy a relaxing round of golf followed by lunch and refreshments in our clubrooms overlooking the course. Facilities are also available for hire for private functions, meetings and the like with seating for up to 100 guests.

Queanbeyan Golf Pro Shop stocks a large range of the latest golfing equipment at very competitive prices. Our Club Professional, Jake Nagle, has the teaching experience and golf club selection knowledge to assist our guests, prospective members and current members’ requirement. Jake has a number of innovative, personal golf development proposals just waiting for you to consider.

Junior golfers are particularly welcome. The past success of our Juniors going on to the professional ranks has been praised at the District level.

The variety of Men’s, Ladies and Mixed competitions and friendly playing partners, always assure you a great day on the course and at the "19th" hole.

Queanbeyan Golf Club will proudly host the 2019 Women’s NSW Open from March 7th – 10th, 2019.

Queanbeyan Golf Club is right next door to all the Canberra District golf courses, with so much to see and do whether golfing or enjoying the tourist attractions. Why not include our club in your next golfing holiday in the Canberra District and you will not be disappointed.

5 Reviews
This is a reasonable country course with a lot of undulations. A number of the holes have sideways movement, although the fairways are well enough grassed to not be too much of an issue. The layout is reasonable, however there are several blind tee shots and plenty of doglegs to work out. The course is quite undulating, but can be walked quite comfortably. The greens were excellent, better than most city courses. The ball rolled nicely and, even though they were scarified the day we played, they still were great to putt on. Try not to leave yourself above the hole as it gets really quick from there. The bunkers were in poor condition with lots of footprints, detritous and depressions in the sand. We walked and got around in just over three hours. Be aware that the clubhouse is reached after 8 holes, not 9 so if you only want 9 holes it is trcky. The clubhouse was inviting, with the bistro open for business for lunch on a quiet Thursday. The green fees of $25 are good value for what you get. Definitely worth a game if you are in the area.
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Measures 5806m Par 70 with five par 3s ranging from 140-168m, ten par 4s ranging from 318-421m and three par 5s ranging from 411-508m. A pine tree-lined parkland style layout with 95% couch fairways (only the 7th hole has kikuyu fairways) and a mixture of bent/kikuyu grass rough under the trees and around the edges/surrounds of the bent grass greens. The bent grass greens are mostly smooth with consistent roll but not overly quick. The course has 19 bunkers with most of them on the back nine. FRONT NINE highlights include the criss-cross teeboxes of the 390m slight downhill dogleg left 4th (index 1) with trees on the dogleg corner and red stakes far left and over the back of the bunkerless green and the 421m downhill slight dogleg right 7th (index 3) with a fairway which slopes right to a bunkerless green. These holes could have a few bunkers...then the short 318m 5th (index 14) doglegs nearly 90 degrees right from 180m off the tee then plays slightly uphill to a large green guarded by a deep bunker short right. The front nine is the older part of the course which plays up a hill towards Atkinson Street with the 1st and 9th teeshots hitting across Brown Street! The back nine begins with you crossing Dodsworth Street and starts on the higher side of the hill with views of Mt Jerrabomberra 779m above sea level then by the 16th you find your way down alongside the Queanbeyan River... BACK NINE highlights include, the 344m 11th (index 8) with a blind teeshot to a slight dogleg right with OOB along the left from the tee to the green guarded by a bunker short right, the 393m straight 14th (index 2) with a fairway bunker 210-240m off the tee on the left with a front-sloping green guarded by 2 bunkers shortside, the 508m slight dogleg right 16th (index 6) with the Queanbeyan River along the left with a wide fairway to a 2-tier front sloping green guarded by 2 bunkers shortside, the 148m slightly downhill 17th (index 17) guarded by 3 bunkers with a front-sloping green, and the 355m 18th (index 4) doglegs right 210m from the tee with the clubhouse overlooking the green guarded by 2 bunkers rear and right. The back nine is my favourite as it is the most challenging and scenic part of course. Overall, the par 3s are all of similar length, par 4s here are quite varied whilst the par 5s are generally weak. Played here 23/5/2011 with only $12 green fees on Mondays and reasonable fees on weekends. Whilst I do not rate the course as anywhere near the challenge of RCGC, Yowani or Federal the closing 3 holes here are as scenic as anywhere in Canberra. Located no more than 15 kilometres from Parliament House, QGC is worth the drive just to play the back nine.
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Not overly long course , but a real challange even after many rounds you will walk away thinking of better ways to get a good score around here . Tight course with nice greens , be sure not to leave down hill chips as that will result in dropped shots . Cooch fairways starting to develop now . Play this course more than once !!!!!
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I play this course regularly, and it is considered one of the best in the ACT / Queanbeyan area. Better players rate this course second only to Royal Canberra for it’s difficulty, and you can be assured it’s always in top condition. The course is located along the Queanbeyan River, and although the Club tries to save water where possible, it has a good supply, and is the reason it alway looks green … even in the peak of summer, when other clubs tend to be suffering. Well worth a visit I rate it 8/10.

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I played Queanbeyan in September in 2004.It is a fun course built on the side of the hill so if you miss the fairway or approach to the green you can be severley penalised. Some of the holes are quite spectactular and well protected by gum trees. The course was in excellent condition and greens superb. Even the Kangaroos were friendly. A great unique course where the average golfer can shoot a good score, but the top golfer can be challenged. The only criticism is that the course could do with a couple of short par 4s that offer an eagle but can increase your score with an errant tee shot.

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Golf Course Details
Brown Street, Queanbeyan
Capital Country, NSW 2620, Australia
Proshop: 0262972542
General: 0262971669