With a number of prestigious golf clubs in South East Queensland, it’s not surprising that our region is responsible for producing some of the world’s best golfers such as Jason Day and Cameron Smith.

03 May 2022

When it comes to golf clubs nearby, Providence residents are spoilt for choice with six prestigious clubs within a 15-20 drive. 

So, whether you’re new to the game or a seasoned pro, why not pencil in a round this weekend at one of your many local golf clubs!


Wolston Park Golf Club

Tucked into a bend on the Brisbane river, this scenic golf course is nestled in amongst native trees and wildlife. Relax with a post-round drink on the club deck and soak in the brilliant riverfront views. 

Image - Wolston Park Golf Course

Rosewood Golf Club

Set in the countryside, Rosewood Golf Club offers an enjoyable flat course perfect for all golfing levels. Grab a group and enjoy one of their very popular social club bookings. 

Image - Rosewood Golf Course 

Sandy Gallop Golf Club

As the home of Greg Norman’s first professional victory (1976 Coal City Pro-am), Sandy Gallop is a welcoming golf club with a rich history. Opened in 1922, the club has recently undergone major course improvements and offers a fantastic layout for keen golfers.   

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Ipswich City Golf Club

Boasting 18 holes that were recently designed by golfing champion Wayne Grady, Ipswich City Golf Club is a renowned championship course. Established in 1897, the club enjoys spectacular views of the nearby mountain ranges and its close proximity to the RAAF Base operations guarantees some unique sights for players!  

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Brookwater Golf Club

Masterfully designed by Greg Norman, Brookwater Golf Course is immaculately set amongst 37 hectares of luscious bushland and natural waterways. After a round of golf, head up to the prized Boulevard at Brookwater restaurant, café and bar; and enjoy a relaxed dining experience. 

Brookwater Golf Course  

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Gailes Golf Club

As one of only three Queensland clubs to have hosted the Australian Open, Gailes Golf Club is a highly rated parkland golf course. Book in for their popular Friday golf and burger deal, or sign up your mini golfer to take part in the Saturday morning junior program.    

Gailes Golf Course 

Image - Gailes Golf Course