iluka Golf Club -

The undulating 114m 6th hole is only short but always proves a great test for all golfers.

Please phone 0266465262 for further details

Iluka "State Of Origin Weekend" Cockroaches v Cane Toads.
The 13th Annual State of Origin Weekend was held at Iluka Golf Course in beautiful weather conditions and excellent fields on both days enjoyed heaps of friendship and great golf. The same sponsors have supported this event with a special passion and love for our club and we thank Don & Jan McCusker, Rick & Lorraine Hoffie, Garry & Tricia Freeman and Greg & Sherrylea Lawrence. The results for Saturday's Individual Medley Stableford are as follows- Ladies’ Best Stableford Sally Christoe 38pts, runner up Merrilyn Whitton 35pts, 2nd runner up Pam Ravet 34pts, 3rd runner up Brenda Kay 32pts on c/b, 4th runner up Sandi Mayoh 32pts. Men's Best Stableford Les Reese 43pts on c/b, runner up Brian Kay 43pts, 2nd runner up Ray Scarr 42pts on c/b, 3rd runner up Noel Chambers 42pts on c/b. Non Handicap division Men’s Winner Jamie Yates 39pts. NTP's 1/10 Joe Stratford; Sandi Mayoh 6/15 Les Reese; Merrilyn Whitton 8/17 Gary Brown; Sandi Mayoh. Ball run down to 35. The Men’s Shield for highest Stableford score went to Les Reese 43pts, Ladies Shield went to Sally Christoe 38pts. The Squashed Toad Award for lowest Qld score went to Tricia Freeman 30pts, the Proud Cocky Award for the lowest NSW stableford score went to Phillip Blackwell 25pts. The coveted State Of Origin Trophy finished extremely close with Qld having 632pts with an average of 35.111 and NSW 639pts with an average of 35.5 therefore giving NSW the Trophy.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the volunteers and sponsors that work behind the scenes to make this event possible every year.
Adam Cazalet

Photo 2: l-r Rick Hoffie, Garry Freeman, Les Reese, Tricia Freeman, Jan & Don McCusker- Les was Men’s Shield winner for highest Stableford score being presented by our sponsors.
Where is Iluka Golf Club?
Iluka is a coastal village at the mouth of the Clarence River on the Far North Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
By car Iluka is a 17km drive through rain forest from the Pacific Highway and less than 80km north of Grafton.
To the north, the Gold Coast is just two hours away, Byron Bay a 90-minute drive and Ballina an hour away.
And you probably know, or would have heard about, our trendier 'cousin' Yamba. But this is all about a little gem called Iluka and the pace of life here is much slower than on the other side of the river.
Iluka doesn't have the type of development that so many want to escape from -- you won't find any fast food franchise outlets or high-rise buildings here.
This fact makes it a truly rewarding experience for those craving the 'good life' that provides a great atmosphere of golf, fishing and lazy days on the beach. And there's more than a fair chance you and your partner won't have to share any of these experiences with too many other locals or visitors.
Take the challenge.
The Iluka Village, which is surrounded by national park, the river and the Pacific Ocean, boasts a challenging nine-hole 'all-weather' golf course* with two sets of tees for 18-hole competitions.
The fairways are well maintained and manicured and lead into a array of  greens which are always roll true and are a delight to putt on.
The course also offers golfers that do not like crowds the very rare experience of playing a round and having the fairways to themselves.
There are many more reasons to stay 'n' play in Iluka and we're only 2 hour's drive south of the Gold Coast.
* Although Iluka is known as a nine-hole course, it sets up for a challenging 18 holes of golf all maintained daily by our greens keepers and volunteers.

Enjoy a free game of pool, a flutter on the pokie's, Keno or a 'cool one' when visiting the Iluka Golf Club. The clubhouse is open seven days a week.

There are raffles and a members' badge draw every Friday night and watch the Footy on Sunday's and ENJOY a couple of cold schooners.

The Chinese and Thai Restaurant provides for a generously, tasty lunch or dinner (dine in or takeaway) whilst the club also runs a courtesy bus and will collect visitors from the Woombah, Woody Head camping ground and surrounding caravan parks, holiday units and homes in Iluka, phone 6646 6408 for more details.
 Have Your Say !!!
Great club, great people and atmosphere. Pleased to be a member.
-- JJ Hurley, Kyogle
Loved the course and the friendly atmosphere. We will be back!
-- R&J Arnison, Ballina
Good golf course, good fairways, good times.
icy cold beer, fantastic fishing. Always have a great time at Iluka
-- Max Horlin, P.G.A.Member  

Chinese & Thai  Restaurant
02 6646 6408
Open for Lunch & Dinner Wednesday - Sunday. Dine in or Takeaway.