Established in 1988, the course was carved out of an area of bush on the Old Broadwater Farm. The course features an interesting layout amongst stands of marri, banksia and peppermint trees. With subtle variations on well established grass greens, and fairways ranging from 75 metres to 175 metres, it is challenging for experienced golfers but not too difficult for those still in the learning stages . The minimal clearing of the bush means the course has maintained a natural casual atmosphere which has become popular with locals and holidaying families, not to mention the resident kangaroos. The seasonal wildflower display is also very special especially being so close to town. With spider orchids, enamel orchids, purple flags, fringed lilies and cowslips to name a few.
The course is now back to nine holes. The most challenging hole, No 4, is 175 metres long and is known as the “railway line” as it follows the path of the old timber railway line used to haul jarrah sleepers to the Busselton Jetty for export.
The long term prospects of the course have been secured with the acceptance of the structure plan for the undeveloped parts of Old Broadwater Farm. An improved fairway layout, new clubhouse, mini golf and tennis courts are part of the intended expansion. It is planned that these new facilities will be adjacent to a neighbourhood shopping centre, which will be entered from Fairway Drive near its intersection with the Busselton Bypass.