Mollymook Golf Course is a magnificent seaside escape, ideal for holidays and weekend getaway. The district is a comfortable three hours drive south of Sydney and just over two hours from Canberra. Boasting two magnificent golf courses, visitors and non members are welcome all year.
The Club House
The Mollymook Beach Club House is a big hit with locals and visitors alike, with stunning contemporary interiors and breathtaking views.
Hilltop Golf Course
Our Championship Hilltop course is 18 holes of bushland beauty, situated so that you can l hear the waves rolling in on Mollymook Beach. Affectionately known as "The Ultimate Challenge" and rated No. 97 golf course in Australia.
Beachside Golf Course
Beachside is a 9-hole Par 33 course the course sits atop the southern tip of the beautiful Mollymook Beach and ambles around the stunning Collers Beach ...read more
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I reviewed their restaurant unfavourably prior to this and felt we should try again as maybe - just maybe - things had improved. No they hadn't. My husband had an "object" which was supposed to be crumbed chicken, It was obviously a frozen manufactured thing which had then been deep-fried. Horrible. I had battered fish which was greasy and had a strong unpleasant taste. Inedible. We were still hungry so thought we could perhaps have coffee and cake. Nothing left in the cabinet and the lone staff serving said they hadn't had time to refill it.. Nice surroundings, pleasant staff and million dollar views but the worst food I have ever tasted.
My husband and I have been members of this Club for 12 years. We became fed up with the variable quality of the food and I dropped my membership. My husband retained his membership as he is a golfer. We visited together and I actually rejoined. The food is still patchy - sometimes okay but even on the best day would only score 3 stars. The menu is fairly simple so why can't they cook it properly? The staff are pleasant but could do with more training. The only way to get out is to provide consistent friendly service and good food which will attract back the locals they need.
My husband and I have been patrons of the Golf Club for over a decade. It has always been hit and miss food wise and we often vow never to return. Food doesn't arrive, steaks are overcooked and the deep fried delicacies are often a criminal! However, it is one of the few places open on a Monday for dinner so we find ourselves returning in desperation. Well, never again - we really mean it this time! Last night my husband was served by possibly the world's rudest bar tender. Now, it was clear that he was not especially singled out as the bar tender treated all of her customers with contempt. My husband's 'crime' was entering the queue, of one other person, from the wrong end. The bar tender ignored him and then served a man who had arrived line 5 minutes after him. When the other customer stated that my husband was first the bartender, still ignoring my husband, told the man that because my husband had entered from the wrong end he would needread more