Mudgee Golf Club is located only 2 minutes from the heart of Mudgee and three and a half hours west of the Sydney CBD. The course has almost 80 acres of beautifully parkland grounds with undulating fairways, intimidating hazards and manicured greens. Everything has been designed to produce a golfing venue that will challenge the enthusiast and capture the interest of even the most experienced golfer.
TEE TIMES - MUDGEE OPEN 2015 Saturday 3 Oct
Please note that Sunday’s tee times are ½ hour later than their Saturday time. Daylight savings commences Saturday night
Mudgee is one of Country NSW leading golf clubs and has a championship par 71 golf course that hosts many Golf NSW events. Mudgee’s famous Par 3, 17th, features in the coffee table book “Architect’s Choice” as the favourite hole in the world of renowned course architect, James Wilcher. He rates the three finishing holes as good as any around.
The course is a delight to walk around both visually and as a test of golfing excellence. Australian eucalypts, elms etc. line the undulating fairways and are a natural sanctuary to a myriad of native Australian birds. Large, gently sloping grass greens allow for multiple pin placements, whilst the championship tees are strategically positioned to test individual skill levels.
Mudgee has a resident professional, golf shop, practice areas, putting greens plus all the latest equipment and gear - in fact everything you would expect from one of Country NSW’s most popular golfing facilities. The golf shop is a well-stocked and there is an experienced golf professional on hand to provide golf tuition either individually or in a clinic. Modern golf carts plus golfing equipment are available for hire.
Apart from the championship course, the clubhouse is brand new and has a fantastic restaurant offering indoor & alfresco areas, all with uninterrupted views of the magnificent golf course. It is the perfect venue where you can relax and enjoy superb food and wine.
Rest assured, if you are looking for somewhere to have a corporate golf day, a wedding, celebrate a special occasion or just have a great day with your friends, then you need look no further. Since 1906, Mudgee Golf Club has served the local community and been a popular destination for golfers all over Australia. It is an easy drive from Sydney and the Hunter. There’s lots of accommodation and the region is famous for its great wine and great food, with forty vineyards within twenty kilometers of the town. There are also many historic villages just a short drive from town making it the perfect getaway for the discerning golfer and their families. So come and visit us and enjoy the delights of Mudgee Golf Club, where you will find great golf, great food and great hospitality.
If you're looking for a break during your holiday, working on your handicap or just looking for a social hit and a relaxing drink, we are sure you'll enjoy yourself at Mudgee Golf Club.
The Mudgee Golf Club/Redbank Restaurant and Function Centre currently employ more than 25 staff in many areas of expertise including hospitality, golf course maintenance, functions, food services and administration. At different times of the year a range of employment opportunities may become available. They will be advertised on this page. If you believe that you can make a contribution to the Mudgee GC team and the ongoing success of our club and function centre, we would be delighted to hear from you.
To register your interest please download and fill in the employment form below and return it along with your resume to Elaine Nash, Operations Manager. Suitable applicants will be contacted if a position becomes available.
T: (02) 6372 1811 | M: PO Box 1096, Mudgee NSW 2850
Please use the provided links below to view our policies & documents:
- Mudgee Golf Club Strategic Planning Letter
- Mudgee Golf Club Strategic Direction Blueprint 2015-2020
- Alcohol Policy
- Food Policy
- General Golf Etiquette
- Committee & Management Team
- 2015 Golf Program
- 2015 Membership Form
- Scores On Doors: Hygene and food safety rating
|Monday||3.00pm - 6.00pm|
|Tuesday||11.30am - 9.00pm|
|Wednesday||11.00am – 9.00pm|
|Thursday||10.00am – 10.00pm|
|Friday||11.00am – 11.30pm|
|Saturday||10.00am – 11.30pm|
|Sunday||11.00am - 9.00pm|
|Tuesday||11.30am - 9.00pm||5.30pm – 8pm|
|Wednesday||11.00am – 9.00pm||5.30pm – 8pm|
|Thursday||10.00am – 10.00pm||5.30pm – 8.30pm|
|Friday||11.00am – 11.30pm||5.30pm – 8.30pm|
|Saturday||9.30am – 11.30pm||5.30pm – 8.30pm|
|Sunday||11.00am - 9.00pm||5.30pm – 8pm|