A long and proud history in the Wimmera

Come out and enjoy one of the worlds most loved sports with the delight of being able to play at one of the best regional golf courses in Australia right in the heart of the Wimmera.


Club purchases 34 hectares in Horsham East, across the river from Hamilton Street.  Access via a swing-bridge.


Property sold and one nearly double the size was purchased at Haven, situated on a sand-belt.  Original course architect, Sam Berriman, produces what’s considered one of his masterpieces. Three years of mostly volunteer labour follow, with bulldozers carving the layout from the scrub, sheep manure spread over the fairways and couch grass sown.  Trees, dominated by the native white flowering tea tree and pines, planted to break the wind.


Greens and bunkers established.  


Dam constructed. Reticulation system saves onerous task of carting water to the course. Members play the course for the first time. Sam Berriman’s design refined by architect Kevin Hartley and legendary green-keeper Max Ward.  


Clubhouse built and club registered under the Licensing Act.  


Clubhouse extended to enable catering for functions.  


New state-of-the-art clubhouse built with the ability to cater for functions up to 300 people. Immediate success as weddings and other functions see the facility booked out up to 12 months ahead.  


One year after it’s centenary, the club is devastated by bushfires.  Fifteen thousand trees and shrubs lost. Clubhouse, Pro Shop, machinery shed and equipment completely destroyed. The course is decimated.  

A Bright Future

With the support of golf clubs from across Australia and the State Government, the committee led staff, contractors and volunteers in the rebuilding of the club’s facilities.  

As well as the fire, the club has dealt with a ten-year drought, mice and locust plagues and a “one in 200-year” flood.  Each time the Horsham Golf Club comes back better than ever.

Regional Victoria’s best golfing experience with its suburb challenging 18 hole course,  home to a fully stocked on-site pro shop and a welcoming bistro and bar.

A course master plan prepared by course architects Crafter and Mogford has been adopted and while narrow, tree-lined fairways may be gone, in their place is a modern, world class golf course suited for average and talented golfers, alike.

Since opening, the new larger and more modern clubhouse has become the social focus for the Club and well as the wider community as a whole.

Now well into its second century of operation, the club’s future has never looked brighter.


In life, you get few opportunities to do something for yourself.  A membership to the Horsham Golf Club is one such investment.

Whether you are a full time or seasonal golfer, there is a membership to suit. Membership offers a range of benefits, both on and off the course, and represents excellent value for money.

Membership Fees

Please see the fees below and download our membership form to register yourself with us today.

Full Member: $1040
Senior: $832
Under 21: $400
Under 18: $180
Under 15: $100
Under 12: Free
Social Golf Two Day (Mon/Fri): $500
Bowling Membership: $200
Country (over 50km): $285
Sports Person Membership: $650
Introductory Membership (Year 1): $600
Introductory Membership (Year 2): $820
Introductory Membership (1 Year only $50 per month): $600
Flexi-10 round Membership (1 Year only $50 per month): $420

Country Membership

Country membership package is available to residents outside a 50km and represents excellent value. The price includes Golf Victoria Affiliation Fee of $70, a handicap, full members rights and access to Horsham Golf Course.

The membership does not include reciprocal rights and to qualify for club championships, a member must play a minimum of five rounds.

Please note:  Membership Fees are charged annually, but may be paid in monthly or fortnightly instalments via  www.payasyougolf.com.au
Full, senior, all juniors and Two Day Social memberships can be paid pro rata. Ages of junior players are calculated at the 1st January of the current year. Further questions can be answered by contact Administration

Golf Link Cards

You will need a new card if your card is lost, broken or it doesn’t work when swiped over the bar. These cards are IMPORTANT and they should be used for all aspects of golf.

How to order a new Golf Link Card:

For a new Golflink Card:
Replacement costs: Cards over 5 years old is no charge. If your card is under 5 years old the replacement cost is $5.50

To order a new card: 
Phone Golflink direct on 1300 650 750 or visit www.golflink.com.au. If you are on golflink.com.au, go to your own member’s page – click on “Golf Card” tab and follow instructions for ordering new cards. Only if your card is under 5 years, it will automatically bring up on screen an area to fill in your credit card details. If you are having trouble ordering your replacement card, please contact the office staff for assistance.