Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club
Opened in 1987, Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club offers 'golf as nature intended'. The course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr., presents a highly regarded test for players but is also renowned for its playability.
During its short history the West Australian Open Championship has been held at Meadow Springs on seven occasions.
Measuring 6189 metres from the blue tees, the golf course promises a unique experience through open bush land, the layout dictated by the natural features of the land. Towering 200 year old Tuart trees line generous fairways and subtly rolling greens. Few holes run parallel enhancing the sensation of being alone in the wilderness.
The first class practice facilities include a day/night driving range, putting & chipping green and three practice bunkers.