About the Course


Mount Lawley Golf Club is ideally located just 10 minutes (7 kilometres) from the centre of Perth city and is one of Western Australia’s premier sporting clubs, boasting a championship golf course and outstanding member facilities. Since its formation in 1928, the Club and has hosted numerous State and National Amateur golf events and will host the Western Australian Open Championships in 2013. 

The course measures 6,234 metres (Par 72) with a USGA Scratch Rating of 73 and is consistently ranked in Australia’s top 100 courses, with a current ranking of 60 according to Golf Australia. The course is set on 79 hecatres (173 acres) and is set in original and natural bushland, with the skyline of Perth city seen from a number of fairways. The course is easy to walk and offers a fair challenge for golfers of all abilities. 

The practice facilities are first class and offer members and visitors a variety of areas on which to hone their skills. A number of Golf Professionals are on hand to provide tuition, including Head Teaching Professional Neil Simpson who has helped Nick O’Hern become a world class golfer. Members enjoy the comfort of a modern clubhouse built only 15 years ago, with sweeping views over the opening and finishing holes and glimpses of the city skyscrapers beyond.

Course Information


Perth, Western Australia

Course Rankings

60th – Golf Australia Magazine Top 100 (January 2014)
67th – Golf Digest Magazine Top 100 (March 2012)

Course Architect

Michael Coate

Property Size

79 Hectares – 172 acres

Course Ratings

Men’s Championship Course – ACR 73/ Par 72
Men’s Members Course – ACR 72/ Par 72
Women’s Championship Course – AWCR 75/ Par 74
Women’s Members Course – AWCR 75- Par 74
Slope 127
Slope 126
Slope 144
Slope 126


Men’s Championship Course – 6243 Metres
Men’s Members Course – 6042 Metres
Women’s Championship Course – 5491 Metres
Women’s Members Course – 5491 Metres

Course Records

Men: Mitchell Brown (2003) & Tony Carolan (2006) – 64
Women: Jayde Panos (2009) – 66