Bayview Golf Club
The course offers 18 holes of striking scenery for a complete unadulterated sporting experience, a secluded environment with tree lined rise and fall fairways which in themselves will test the ability of all golfers.
The lakes, creeks and water hazards will stimulate the demands asked of the player.
Bayview is a public golf course open seven days a week, boardrooms are available for meetings and seminars. Seating up to 25 guests, they can be booked for functions and events. They offer a range of packages to meet your needs, offering the organisation of the event as well.
Bayview is a suburb of Sydney's Northern beaches in NSW, 31km north of the central business district.
It is a hilly area bounded by Broken Bay to the north, Mona Vale to the east, Church Point to the south, Kuringai Chase and Ingleside to the west.
In 2016 there was a population of 3,620 residents, Bayview is Australia's largest yacht importer, largest yacht share fleet and Pittwater's largest yacht charter fleet.
It also houses two privately owned marinas with yacht selling and renting companies.
An original feature of Bayview was a sculpture of elephants which is thought to have been done by Mr Harold Squires in the 1920's.
It is now located as a water feature on the 18th green.
In February 2009 saw the opening of a 7.2 million dollar clubhouse, using state of the art features with a host of modern locker rooms.
The land was acquired in 1924 by Mr John Orr and his wife Christina, but Bayview golf club started in 1948.