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Moore Park Golf House

Moore Park Golf House

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About the Golf House

Moore Park Golf House is a heritage-listed building, opened on 19 June 1926. The building is located on a rise known as Mount Rennie, within the grounds of the Moore Park Golf course, easily accessible from all areas of Sydney.

It was designed and built by City Building Constructor for £5,916, and was described at the time by on Sydney newspaper as "...a source of gratification and pleasure to members and unbounded admiration to all visitors."

The Golf House is a two storey brick building with tiled roof and features a restaurant and bar with sweeping views of the golf course and a function centre with large windows that overlook the city skyline.

For that quick refreshment before, during or after a round you can also visit the Patio Bar adjacent to the practice putting green for all your food and drink needs.

Upstairs, Moore Park Golf can arrange weddings, birthdays, corporate functions or seminars from 2-150 people. It is available seven days a week, 364 days a year.

The course-side of the Golf House, with putting green in the foreground and Golf Shop to the left

The road-side of the Golf House

The Golf House as it looked in the 1920s

Further information

Visit Moore Park Golf website for more information on the Golf House or for all your golfing needs.

You can also read "For the Common Good - Moore Park Golf Club 1920-2000" by Erwin Huber (buy this book).