Caboolture Golf Club

Brisbane, QLD | User Rating: Rate-3 (3.5) | Add A Review

At Caboolture Golf Club we pride ourselves not only on our fine championship course and newly renovated Clubhouse, but also on our friendly country service which will make your experience at Caboolture memorable no matter what your score.

Conveniently located midway between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, the established 18 hole championship golf course is extremely picturesque with the Warraba Creek flowing alongside many of the undulating fairways.

It is a course that our members find challenging every week and has visitors wanting to return.

The course is complimented by the modern clubhouse and amenities, the fine food and friendly staff plus the golf shop and our professional Gavin Beikoff. The clubhouse has recently had a million dollar plus refurbishment making it ideal for corporate golf days and private functions.

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  • Name: Caboolture Golf Club
  • Region: Brisbane, QLD
  • Address: Lesley Avenue
    Caboolture, 4510, Queensland, Australia
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  • Proshop:
  • General: (07) 5495 1452
  • Holes: 18
  • Metres: 6002m
  • Par: 71
1. iturf | Rated | 27 Feb 2014 | Add A Review

Played here on Wednesday in a comp for the first time. People I played with were very friendly and welcoming. The course isn’t looking too bad seeing how there’s been no decent rain for 6 months. Greens were rolling ok and seemed to hold if I hit them with my approach shots, lol. Pro shop were friendly and helpful. Cheap beer before and after certainly helped.
I played pretty average but thoroughly enjoyed the company and the day

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2. Rpauly83 | Rated | 25 May 2013 | Add A Review

Disgraceful, booked on to play Friday on a Thursday morning, and turned up punctually 30 mins before tee off to warm up. Only to discover that the staff had apparently mistakenly taken bookings the whole week when the course was closed on the Friday. The best they could offer me after getting up at daybreak and driving an hour to get there was half price the next time I play there. The response I believe would have been the same from all unfortunate victims that booked with this incompetent staff; "don’t worry about the half price, you won’t see me here ever again". Save yourselves some pain and book elsewhere, course is nothing special on previous experience as well.

3. wedgeman | Rated | 15 Apr 2013 | Add A Review

Measuring just over 6000m, Caboolture boasts an interesting and challenging layout with plenty of doglegs, a few water hazards and some undulating fairways that sit beside the creek. The doglegs on this course are the real feature with just about all fairways bending in some direction. The par 5 15th in particular is the most severe on the course with a 90 degree left hand dogleg sitting around 200m from the tee. Any misguided tee shot here just about wipes par out of the equation. This course demands long, accurate tee shots and some careful navigation around the doglegs. Some long par 4’s and 3’s make for a good test but the interesting layout and well maintained surrounds will make for an enjoyable day out reguardless. The par 3 18th with an elevated green a few stories above the tee and the local patrons watching your efforts makes for a great finishing hole.

4. biwopraph | Rated | 13 Nov 2012 | Add A Review

So refreshing new look at the pro-shop, friendly n helpful.

Course is well maintained despite the dry spell. LC

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5. datrewraw | Rated | 16 Oct 2012 | Add A Review

Very slow play on the day – there was some form of ’corporate day’ on the course,and to be honest,we nearly walked off after 9 holes – perhaps some sort of tie-up which explains these type of events happening at golf courses should be included in the system.
However,on the positive side, the course was great and the staff very helpful and friendly

6. defropewr | Rated | 11 Oct 2012 | Add A Review

Our group of 4 enjoyed the course and found the pro shop staff and bar staff very helpful and welcoming. The course is an intersting layout and in pretty good order considering the long dry spell. The greens had just been sanded but were surprisingly true and reasonably paced.
Price was very reasonable and the experience was great value for money. We are looking forward to returning in the near future.

7. himenoslo | Rated | 09 Oct 2012 | Add A Review

Great challenging course. Greens are tricky and fast although unfortunately not a consistent speed. The course is well laid out and punishes you for any mistakes finding the fairway is an absolute must. Although some of the holes aren’t particularly long they are laid out in a way where you have to really think about ball placement. The staff are very friendly,professional and down to earth. The price is reasonable and not over the top like some public courses have gone in the past few years. I would recommend this club to any one looking for a challenging game.

8. swechomis | Rated | 02 Oct 2012 | Add A Review

Nice course layout,needs a little maintenance but would play there again in a heart beat for the money.

9. mabrodimi | Rated | 02 Oct 2012 | Add A Review

Caboolture is in great condition with nice grass coverage & greens spot on . Recommend anyone to play here as suits all levels plus new Yamaha buggys make life a breeze …Ken Russell

10. Pistol | Rated | 24 Sep 2012 | Add A Review

Nice course, front 9 nine probably more picturesque, greens were good and overall a very nice country style layout with a few nice elevation changes. The deck overlooking the 18th and 9th greens is a welcome addition.

11. lotheceje | Rated | 15 Sep 2012 | Add A Review

Good challenge front nine is very nice
Back nine a little rough but we have had no rain for
Quite a while. Best thing was the greens very true great work
By the greens staff in such dry conditions.

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12. Kiwigolfers | Rated | 24 Aug 2012 | Add A Review

Thoroughly enjoyed this challenging course. Had reservations after 3 holes but then things really got interesting with water hazards, strategically placed bunkers and sloping fairways. Greens were true and fast. Both times we played we had quite quick games. Not a busy course. We snatched up $10 green fees from iseekgolf. Bargain of the century. We will definitely be back.

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13. lej0 | Rated | 14 Aug 2012 | Add A Review

Friendly people on course made the day.

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14. Twids | Rated | 04 Aug 2012 | Add A Review

Great course for the money. Fastest greens i’ve played in Queensland. Everyone very helpful and friendly. Will definitely play here again.

15. Digger303 | Rated | 21 Jul 2012 | Add A Review

A fine day good company and a well laid out golf course with some very challenging holes, what more could you want.
The only downside was that after recent rain the course was pretty soggy underfoot, though the club could not be held responsible for that

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16. JohnFitz | Rated | 05 Jul 2012 | Add A Review

Very enjoyable day at Caboolture GC. Brilliant weather after the sun got up. Fairways and greens in good nick.Friendly and helpful staff at the pro-shop.Even saw a Koala moving between trees!

17. brizvegasgolfer | Rated | 24 Jun 2012 | Add A Review

Great round for the price.

18. GazRT | Rated | 23 Jun 2012 | Add A Review

Course in good condition and is excellent value for money. Will definitely be back. Got around in three and a half hours.

19. madplum65 | Rated | 12 Jun 2012 | Add A Review

Played Queens Birthday-Monday morning.Good Golf course to play, Can be tricky thru some holes,Haven’t played there for over 8yrs. Some par 5 holes easy to get to.I think a bit more TLC on the Greens would help- But Otherwise good course.
Will come back to play,Good pricing for a round of Golf with

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20. trohatemo | Rated | 28 May 2012 | Add A Review

Excellent course – very impressed.

21. Mercury_Rising | Rated | 16 May 2012 | Add A Review

Great couse – played here a few times and WILL DEFINATELY BE BACK


  • Few open long hits and a few tight par 3's where the iron play is warranted
22. jala | Rated | 20 Apr 2012 | Add A Review

It is a very nice golf course and very well taken care of and the staff were extremely helpful. It wasn’t as challenging as expected, however that being said there were a few challenges to be encounted. The green’s didn’t have a lot of breaks but are in excellent condition and 2 putting every green is quite possible. All of the staff were very helpful and friendly. We played on a week day and wern’t rushed and the kanagroo’s on the 16th were an added treat for the day. The green fees were extremely reasonable and we would play there again.

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23. slimosedr | Rated | 07 Apr 2012 | Add A Review

I played here on Good Friday. It is a nice course and it was in good condition, including the bunkers. I will play here again.

24. debaz4 | Rated | 07 Apr 2012 | Add A Review

We rattled around in 3 and 1/2 hours on Good friday 9.02 tee off, great, no hold ups. Course in great nick considering all the rain damage in recent months. Nice new red carts too !!

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25. dansixsix | Rated | 06 Feb 2012 | Add A Review

After all the rain, the course seemed to have drained quite well. I am guessing the fairways have not been cut to aid in the drying process as well. The bunkers also have good drainage which is a must for a course so close to the river. All in all the course was in great condition, well maintained. For the price, its good value

26. Digger303 | Rated | 23 Jan 2012 | Add A Review

AS it was the last time I played Caboolture Golf Club it was a very good test of golf and as long as you had your thinking cap on and applied a good dose of course management then there is no reason that you should have a very enjoyable round of golf on a finely manicured golf course.

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27. crinawaph | Rated | 15 Jan 2012 | Add A Review

Pretty good course in general. Nice view, fast green, friendly staff etc…

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28. head | Rated | 14 Jan 2012 | Add A Review

Had a very enjoyable game course was in exe lent condition great course

29. gepaslite | Rated | 31 Dec 2011 | Add A Review

It is a good course to play, challenging enough for a weekend hacker like me, without being too tough. Friendly staff, only complaint is they don’t have a drinks cart on course.

30. Digger303 | Rated | 02 Dec 2011 | Add A Review

nice layout and the course was in very good condition. the staff that i spoke to were very friendly and helpful. will play there again in the very near future

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31. tonyweis | Rated | 29 Nov 2011 | Add A Review

I played Caboolture on Monday 21/11/11 and it was very dry as are most courses in SE Queensland after the hot dry spring. The layout of the course is quite good with a variety of different holes, left and right doglegs and some strong par 3’s. Unfortunately the quality of the playing surfaces could only be described as average to poor. I spoke to a member who stated that the club has been struggling since the floods. I would like to play the course again some time in a good season before I become too critical.

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32. hataspeth | Rated | 22 Nov 2011 | Add A Review

Caboolture is always a challenging course, with good greens and varied hole layouts and undulations. Cost is good via iseek in comparison to say Bribie island GC, which is a bit over priced if not on iseek. Hole 17 the best hole, with 14 thorugh 17 requiring good club selection and good ball position. We will return.

33. philperkins | Rated | 07 Nov 2011 | Add A Review

Played Friday afternooon. Course in in excellent condition. Pin positions were a challenge for a 21 handicapper but was OK. Lesson with Nick the pro beforehand was great.

34. skippersteve | Rated | 24 Oct 2011 | Add A Review

Played this course last Monday after booking the previous Thursday. Got to the first green and found the greens having their maintenance done, meaning we had 18 sandy greens. The fact that we were not told by the club pro on Thursday or when we arrived was disheartening and ruined a potentially good day.

The rest of the course was in great nick.

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35. staphotre | Rated | 22 Oct 2011 | Add A Review

Easy to use as a first time user.

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36. gorjulin | Rated | 11 Oct 2011 | Add A Review

Played for the 1st time Monday 10/9/11. Disappointed that only the back 9 open, due to coring the greens on front 9. However, the pro-shop staff had called us up the Friday before, to inform us, and I thought that was great service and decided to reciprocate and go ahead with the booking.

So pleased we did. We so enjoyed the back 9, that playing them twice was easily a burden we could have overcome!
As written below, this course is challenging, undulating, with all varieties of play, elevated greens, elevated tees, dog-legs, and even a double dog-leg, blind greens and water.
What makes it so appealing too, is that it is a well established course , age has treated it more than kindly…… marvellous avenues of towering trees give it a wonderful feel.
And, don’t forget…..This is only half the course we played!!…Can’t wait to return to do the full 18.
A special word must be said about the pro-shop staff. Excellence in all tiers of service.
Overall. Comparing it against better and much higher priced courses would be futile….with them, you get what you expect and what you pay for , with Caboulture GC, you get that and a lot more besides!

37. PrestonJack | Rated | 11 Sep 2011 | Add A Review

Very enjoyable day. Nice well keep course, lots of interesting holes, a bit of undulation, playing to elevated greens, left & right doglegs, we had a thunder storm part way through the round,fortunately playing the 12 hole close to the club house,went and had some lunch came back out when the storm had passed and finished the round. Members & guys in pro shop very friendly and helpful.If you haven’t already played here,try to play it, you will not be disappointed.

38. Jonno | Rated | 05 Sep 2011 | Add A Review

Always a good social round at Caboolture. It’s not the hardest of courses but always good to give your dad a flogging on Father’s Day!

39. drakitowr | Rated | 18 Aug 2011 | Add A Review

lovely course, great variety of holes

40. tennisman31 | Rated | 10 Jul 2011 | Add A Review

I have played at this course many times and i really like it there nice green fair ways great tess and amazing greens
But this this time i played there on friday the 8th july and i was very disaponted in the fair ways some of them were brown and needed lots more tlc with the mowers and spraying the weed grass tees need more attention
greens could have dome with some light watering to keep them green they are slowly going light brown on more than some holes if it wasnt for Iseek and there deals I wouldnt go back But I will go back becuase i like the challenging course that it offers.

41. WESZANDER | Rated | 04 Jul 2011 | Add A Review

What a testing & challanging course. This course in a long course with plenty of challanges awaiting all level of golfer. This course would have to be the best golf course in Brisbane with cheap prices a bonus.

It has plenty of holes where there is a risk or reward factor, like my favorite hole the double dog leg 17th (One of the best in QLD) – take some risks that come off & a eagle is possible but if not double figues could be heading your way.

Once finished you can enjoy some food & drinks on the balcony overlooking the beautiful par 3 18th green. What a enjoyable day.

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42. bripribre | Rated | 02 Jul 2011 | Add A Review

Played with brother in law, had a speedy round about three and half hours , enjoyed the challenge , greens were good, fairways reasonable considering the recovery from Jan 2011 flood, overall enjoyed the course,staff at pro shop were great and on the ball, will play again

43. chealy | Rated | 31 May 2011 | Add A Review

wot great value $14-50 walking bit damp after the soaking from the previous night had the course to ourselves in excellent condition after all the rain & flooding that it had suffered staff great both on and off the course

44. peratrisl | Rated | 03 May 2011 | Add A Review

great day at caboolture golf,pritty much had the hole course to ourselfs, ive never seen the course in better condition.

45. Mercury_Rising | Rated | 04 Apr 2011 | Add A Review

1st time there and a good course. There was a group infront of us that were slow as a wet week – well over 4 1/2 hours for a round that was the only downside – should of done the back 9 first


  • Good course
  • Friendly pro shop staff
46. oldfossil | Rated | 01 Mar 2011 | Add A Review

Arrived early to the course, The club pro was friendly and helpful. He handed over the keys to the buggy and said we could leave from the 1st Tee straight away. The course was in excellent condition after the recent flooding that had been through. Greens had been sanded about 6 weeks earlier and they were in tremendous condition. All in all a great day and a great price for 18 holes and a buggy. Would suggest to anyone to have a try at Caboolture.

47. MAGIC | Rated | 06 Jan 2011 | Add A Review

The course was hard to judge after all the rain it has experienced over the past few weeks. We enjoyed the front nine more so than the back nine.

48. TheRev | Rated | 20 Dec 2010 | Add A Review

Played 17 December. Contacted the pro shop around 8am on the day to check on course condition as there had been some rain the night before. Was advised that the course was in good shape. The mud on my shorts after my second shot (from the fairway and not in casual water) on the first hole indicated otherwise. One of the two carts we hired was cactus coming up the ninth fairway and he had to push it up to the clubhouse to get a substitute. Bunkers were either hard or full of water. I’m sure we’ve all had days like these but they do leave a lasting impression and I certainly would have preferred an honest assessment of the course condition from the guy at the pro shop. I’ll probably play there again to see what it’s like when it’s dry.

49. hafrolich | Rated | 02 Dec 2010 | Add A Review

Being a local in the Caboolture area most of my life, I’ve played this Course at least 20 times over 10 years. The most noticeable improvement are the greens, they’re are in excellent condition. As for the fairways they’re average, I counted at least 4 different types of grass and heaven forbid that you hit it of the fairway. Good incentive to keep it straight. Course Layout: It has everything hills, bends, 90 degree turns, water and a great workout on the legs if you decide to walk. We also played 9 holes in the rain and the course was still playable. All in all a Good Day especially with the specials they offer as well as iseekgolf. $16 for 18 holes bargain. Will play again


  • Greens,
  • Course layout


  • Fairways

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50. crabtree | Rated | 28 Nov 2010 | Add A Review

Good course to play, Forgiving fairways, great value for money. Will be back to play again.

51. visastabe | Rated | 16 Nov 2010 | Add A Review

Very nice coarse

52. Trev64 | Rated | 26 Oct 2010 | Add A Review

Presented well in spite of recent rains, great value for $21

53. Destry | Rated | 03 Jul 2010 | Add A Review

Taking the opportunity to play Caboolture again is always a good decision and this day was no different. Caboolture is not one of those clubs where the ground is fairly hard even after some rain and this does mean that almost every lie on a fairway is a challenge to make a clean hit, there are no lush fairways here. The greens however are always in great condition, today there were challenging hole positions ready for the weekend competition. We managed 18 holes in just over three hours on this Friday morning.

54. sapitrebe | Rated | 19 Jun 2010 | Add A Review

Greens were fast, very well maintained.Challenging coarse with great scenery.Well worth ther trip.

55. mad_sainter | Rated | 15 Jun 2010 | Add A Review

I found Cabuoolture Golf course a good course to play, Forgiving fairways but holes laid out well that you had to stop an think your club selection. fairways and greens were in good nick and I can’t wait to get back out there.

56. cidabaswe | Rated | 19 May 2010 | Add A Review

Played Monday arrived mate had collected cart no questions. Started on time had 4 in front were a bit slow but they called us through on 1st p3 then never really saw any one else. Course was challenge for the hacker I am, course not reset from sunday championship made interesting golf for $30 each with cart enjoyed my hack around as a local think course is good can be very unforgiving but well worth the morning out course and club house staff great. Keeps me coming back.

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57. Superswingdan | Rated | 04 May 2010 | Add A Review

Played on a Sunday for $30 including a kart. We definately got what we paid for with disorganised tee-times, rock hard grounds and all round an average course.

58. TEMORA | Rated | 27 Apr 2010 | Add A Review

Booked through I seek for $30 with cart.
This was great value for money and really enjoyed the coarse.

59. FUMBLES | Rated | 14 Apr 2010 | Add A Review

at $16 for 18 holes this was always going to be a fun experience.
after the last rain the course is in great nick. Everything is super green, fairways short, "though not exactly Royal Pines standard". The greens were slow due to earlier light rain and the trees punished my stray shots.
I will come back many more times at these rates..!!!!!


  • cheap rates
  • friendly staff
  • Drummond Golf store onsite
  • cold beer and great view from the 19th


  • course condition (great for $$$)

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60. riswecrat | Rated | 08 Mar 2010 | Add A Review

Seemless, booked on Iseek and rolled up early for our tee off and could start without delay.

Friendly staff and members. Group of 4 members even let the 2 of us play through.

Extremely wet conditions and played shots from watery lies all day but enjoyed the lay out. Could do with a mow but with all the rain lately, very understandable that the grass was long.

61. dricepreb | Rated | 01 Mar 2010 | Add A Review

Course should have been closed but was open and basically flooded due to rain, but i had to play or i would lose my money. The club pro was a very rude individual as well. Like the old saying goes, you get what you pay for and being a very cheap course you cant complain for things being below the usual standards of play that you get around brisbane.


  • cheap


  • poor quality course

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62. nzgeonzgeo | Rated | 12 Feb 2010 | Add A Review

course is in good condition and is an enjoyable challenge. It represents great value for money and I would recommend to others

63. Dubs28 | Rated | 11 Feb 2010 | Add A Review

Course is pretty soft after all the rain, but still playable.
Always enjoy the challenge of the PAR 3s at cabo, especially the 18th… gets me every time.

And the teetime specials are great value.


  • Challenging
  • Great value for money


  • Lots of water
  • A big course to walk, and very hilly in parts.
64. RUBES | Rated | 08 Feb 2010 | Add A Review

I have not played this course for almost 8 years and I was pleasently surprised at some of the changes since then, and in particular the condition of the course. The fairways were in great condition, the tees not chopped up and the greens nice and smooth. I love the layout with almost every hole providing a different challenge from the last, unique in there own way. It is not one of those courses where half the holes seen the same as the last.

Compared to other courses in the area, Caboolture provides a great challenge with long par 3’s, lots of dog legs, heaps of water and unplayable roughs if you are not hitting well. The best thing about this course is the cost , when compared to surrounding courses it is great value for money.

65. Tua | Rated | 06 Feb 2010 | Add A Review

Played with a couple of members from the club, unfortunately the club did not inform us the shot gun start by a social club at 7:00am. We were booked to t/off at 7:30am but that did not happen, we were stuck behind 3 groups until we got to the 12th hole and decided to give it away. It was a very frustrating slow morning for golf.

66. jamac | Rated | 05 Jan 2010 | Add A Review

played here on the 1/10 and as a group of 3 really enjoyed our round nice tee boxs, ok fairways ,greens played true. ran into slow play skiped 15-16 still took 4.5hrs but great value.will play there again

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67. braslicri | Rated | 29 Dec 2009 | Add A Review

For the price of $32 for a cart and 18 holes it was great value. Staff friendly, fairways and greens well maintained. The down poor of rain was the only thing to upset the day, which continued on for 9 holes.

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68. arvimendoza | Rated | 19 Nov 2009 | Add A Review

Played here before. Always been satisfied with the course. Challenging but achievable course. They do require a snack buggy to go around the course for players specially on comp days.

69. pidrokomo | Rated | 07 Nov 2009 | Add A Review

my thoughts on the Caboolture course as a first time player there are very positive.Even though it’s dry the greens and fairway were pretty good.The layout I thought was challenging,not that straight up and down boring golf.From the time you walked in the door you felt welcome.Yes it,s a course you want to play again.

70. dredrewri | Rated | 26 Sep 2009 | Add A Review

Considering the lack of rain and the temperatures we have had in Brisbane of late, I was impressed by the condition of the course. The fairways were firm but green. The Greens were true and consistent in speed right throughout. Some wide open fairways that allowed the driver to come out even for the high 90’s hacker, but still had some narrower challenges for the more experienced golfers. ANd for $10, who could complain. Keep up the good work guys. I will be back.

71. Peter_S | Rated | 22 Sep 2009 | Add A Review

The whole course was very dry but considering that the fairways were fair with some bare patches in places and tight lies. The greens were good, moderately quick and in general ran true. (there was some fertilizer being laid on the back 9 but did not on the whole affect putting)

I have played here a couple of times and think it is a good country style course.

72. Lozza | Rated | 14 Sep 2009 | Add A Review

I wonderful course, with fantastic greens. A bargain at $10-, we found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. Will play there again!

73. Tua | Rated | 07 Sep 2009 | Add A Review

Very enjoyable day. Fantastic weather for golf, course well looked after
but found the greens very quick.

74. Trentious | Rated | 31 Aug 2009 | Add A Review

I played caboolture golf course for the first time on the weekend and it will probably be the last after arriving 1 min late we were not treated well by the staff at the pro shop, which was the start of a dissapointing day, the fair ways were not kept as clean as i would have exspected, we had a couple of beginers with us and we spent alot of time searching for golf balls as the leaves cover everthing up if you don’t keep the ball in the middle and even then you can’t you sometimes lose your ball, the course itself is not very challenging and the greens looking more like shallow sand pits as their was only 2 greens that i found that were in good condition.

75. Tua | Rated | 30 Aug 2009 | Add A Review

We had a fantastic day, the course was very good even though it was hot heading towards lunch time we all had a great golfing day.

76. arvimendoza | Rated | 20 Aug 2009 | Add A Review

Food van would be nice to come around to the players, lunch at the club has been always pathetic, no-one is ever there to serve you…

77. Segalavic | Rated | 02 Mar 2009 | Add A Review

After reading the reviews on here I thought I had arrived on a completely different golf course. Sure, its in reasonable nick, but truly a forgettable course. Nothing really challenging here for the regular golfer, but a great course if you’re taking someone new to the game and yes its cheap. Reminded me a lot of North Adelaides North Course (but in better nick), so if you’re familiar with you’ll know what I’m talking about. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying its horrible, or in bad condition, but I wouldn’t play there unless I was playing with someone learning the game (which is why I was there). From a personal point of view I just found it a bit uninspired.

78. ADAM1978 | Rated | 16 Feb 2009 | Add A Review

Played here on the weekend, great course, excellent value for money ($26 for 18 holes), ever after the heavy rain on Friday/Saturday course was in excellent condition, greens were great, fairly open Front 9 with some room for error off the tee, back 9 more of a challenged, would highly recommend, freindly staff as well.

79. Drgribuls | Rated | 25 Jan 2009 | Add A Review

played here today. what a gem of the course. i would never had thought to play til recently when someone recommended it. I have to say, the lay out is as good as anywhere I’ve played.I pelted rain for an hour or so, so the course was fairly soggy underfoot, but that can’t be helped. The fairways were not spectacular, but i can live with that. Loved the 17th. took a double, but what a hole. risk versus reward. I will definately play there again, hopefuly in better weather conditions. The members i met were top people too, very friendly and welcoming, as was the club pro.

80. elandant | Rated | 06 Jan 2009 | Add A Review

A neat little course whose opening three holes seem uninspiring, but which begins to really show itself from the fourth onwards. I thoroughly enjoyed my round, which was boosted by the fantastic $14.50 all-you-can-play green fees on offer on Mondays. Maybe because of this there were plenty of golfers around, all of whom showed complete courtesy in letting me (as a single) play through. The sequences from 4 through to 9 and from 11 to 14 were a highlight to me as well as the signature double-dogleg 17. Course conditioning was not bad for a mid-range course, with only some bald patches on a few fairways and the temporary 15th layout detracting from an otherwise lush layout. Will be back again, mainly due to proximity but also for the great value round.


  • Elevation changes from hole 6 onwards
  • Stunning value
  • Friendly locals


  • Bland opening holes

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81. magillaman | Rated | 07 Nov 2008 | Add A Review

I am a member at Caboolture and would just to rectify a few untruths told by STACE and TRENT_GILES. 1. Whose greens are great when you core them? The greens 10 months of the year are truly superb. 2. There are no temporary tees and ours are fine. 3. A downhill drive of 290 metres on the 17th? I think not! The hole is dead flat and is not downhill at all! There are no trees in the fairway the fairway is an “s” shape. It is a par 5 so after you drive 290m (further than the PGA tour average by 23M by the way) you can play a cut shot at the green to get there in 2 or play an iron to the corner for a 100m straight approach shot for your third shot. (Remember it is a par 5 so you are supposed to get there in 3 not 2 shots.) 4. The 13th hole is being moved, the first step was moving the fairway and then the green will be moved. Until then it is a 444m Dogleg Par 4! I challenge anyone to find better value for money!

82. Stace | Rated | 12 Aug 2008 | Add A Review

I liked the zigzagging 17th hole. There are a few temporary tees at the moment and the holes have been cored. Signage was poor. I agree with endzaz who said the 13th is a bit confusing. Good length holes for ladies.

83. Trent_Giles | Rated | 12 Aug 2008 | Add A Review

For $23 with a cart-midweek (18 holes), a bargain I thought. However, the course is in terrible condition at this time from fairways to the greens. The greens are brown, they have a muddy/silty layer on them, no 2 putts stayed on line and the back nine is a farm apart from 2 lengthy par 3’s. I thought the signature hole being 17 is a joke. At 470m from the back, I hit a great drive downhill of about 290m. I am in the middle left of the fairway and you have no shot unless you want to hit a punch cut 3 iron to the green as there is a large tree in front of you? Having trees in the middle of a fairway is a no-brainer.

84. Sarg | Rated | 19 Apr 2008 | Add A Review

Played this course last week and for my first foray into golf I had an absolute ball. The course was in good condition the fairways dished up good lies, when I actually got on them and the greens ran straight, for my playing partners anyway.

Having only seen one other course recently I was really impressed with all of Caboolture’s holes.The 17th and 18th are among the best another I thought was really good must have been 11 from memory but it was nearly equal to 17 and 18.

All up good value and a superb course very testing for a beginner and i would expect it would through up a challange for a more seasoned player. I’m giving this course 4 stars because there wasn’t much wrong with it. I take the rating system to rate the course not a system of comparing on course to another.

85. GoinPro | Rated | 25 Feb 2008 | Add A Review

Having never played this course I was thoroughly suprised and pleased to see the quality of caboolture. Fairways and greens ran straight and true and although a little damp in places considering the deluge of rain we’ve had recently the course was in god contidion. Despite the signature hole being shortened due to renovations this course is enjoyable and challenging for all levels of golfer. A little short from the social tees, caboolture plays to a good length off the men’s tees. The Eighteenth is a great hole to play as it’s a 45 degree uphill par 3, with a viewing gallery from the clubhouse. Outer Brisbane’s only stadium hole! Despite some cranky exceptions ( what’s with Sunday Morning frustration anyway?) the members and staff were friendly and courteous and easy to get along with. I played a social round on Sunday, wouldn’t reccomend as it tok me an hour to get around the back as I teed on ten, and three hours to get around the front 9, trailing 150 social comp. players.

86. mjgail | Rated | 26 Nov 2007 | Add A Review

Caboolture is one of the, if not THE, best value golf course in Brisbane! The course is in excellent shape for most of the year, and to still pay less than $20 for a round is excellent! Not a long course, but some very testing holes. And the 17th is a super signature hole.


  • Best value for money around.
  • Great Shape


  • Bit of a travel for even northside of Brisbane people.

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87. terryyoungw | Rated | 20 Nov 2006 | Add A Review

If you are staying this way, then this course is defintely worth a look. It has many dog legs, water hazards and ob's to contend with! The par 3's are challenging with 2 of them just over 180m. It is in excellent condition and the greens are some of the finest you will play on. For a good members course it is A1. Other reviewers have rated it a 4 or 5 which is a joke because it is not up with Royal Melbourne, The Glades Huntingdale etc but it is one of the best members course around and is very affordable at $18 for 18 holes social at the time of writing this review. If I could give it 3 and 1/2 I would!

88. gibosity | Rated | 09 Jul 2006 | Add A Review

Coming to the course, i wasn't expecting much. As a result, i was pleasantly surprised by all 18 holes! Caboolture's holes are interesting to play, and challenging, making them a welcome change from some of the straight up and down courses around Brisbane. Dog legs, high tee positions, gradual and extreme sloping fairways - every hole is unique! The 18th is great fun - a 45 degree uphill par 3. The 17th is also a fun challenge, being a double dog leg.

Considering the price, i think Caboolture is excellent value for money!

89. browniejr | Rated | 25 Mar 2006 | Add A Review

Although my review may seem biased because i am a member there, Caboolture is a challenging course that can catch you if your not careful. The 17th is a great hole providing a wide array of challenges. As for the 13th, it is currently under some design changes with the original fairway becoming a driving range and a new fairway soon to go in to the left of that bringing water into play. The changes will make the hole much better and will cause it to blend more with the rest of the course. Every week i can't wait to play at Caboolture because of the challenges it produces. Even recent winner on the US Tour, Rod Pampling, our ex greenkeeper, has struggled on this course.

90. endzaz | Rated | 15 Feb 2003 | Add A Review

Caboolture Golf Club would have to be one of those courses that could surprise those willing to take up the challenge. The course, although very dry at the time I played it, offered some unique challenges with regards to course management. The 1st requires good placement if one is to have an approach shot to the green. The 17th is a double dog leg hole par 5. The tee shot landing zone is onto a narrow patch of fairway that steeply slopes either side into hazards that can swallow one to two shots. The second shot required is virtually straight at a fairway bunker and more hazard before the final approach to the green that is bordered by water to the right.

The 18th although a short par three is seemingly straight up, onto a green with a blind flag placement. The 13th hole leaves some to be desired as it appears to be that your hitting into a cow paddock with a mown area. All up this one hole can be forgiven when compared to the rest of the course.

The course is well designed and would appear to be very well organised as far as competitions. This being one of the few courses I have come across that have the women members ball spotting and marshalling during a Sunday district comp.

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