Play the challenging links style course that was voted 19th as Australia's favourite course to play in 2019 by Golf Australia magazine
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White Rock Cafe
Open every day for lunch
Breakfast Saturday and Sunday
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Membership and programs available for all golfers including JUNIORS, BEGINNERS, FAMILY
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Membership at Long Reef Golf Club provides you with access to one of Sydney’s finest links style courses, set on the magical Long Reef headland on Sydney’s northern beaches, with stunning views north to Palm Beach and Barrenjoey Headland and south to Manly and North Head.
Membership applications at Long Reef Golf Club are currently open with membership packages carefully created to cater for your golfing, dining, family, social and business requirements.
Golf membership at Long Reef Golf Club provides you with an official Golf Australia (G.A.) handicap enabling you to play in competitions at golf clubs all over Australia, with your Golf Australia handicap recognised internationally as well.
As a Long Reef Golf Club member, you will enjoy access to our stunning 18 holes links course which has been rated by many as one of the best golf courses in Sydney and you will also enjoy the warm and friendly clubhouse offering members excellent facilities and breath taking coastal views.
Our White Rock Cafe offers modern Australia cuisine, focusing on fresh produce and beautiful flavours. Uninterrupted Ocean views over Fisherman’s Beach and the locally renowned White Rock makes dining at Long Reef Golf Club a memorable experience.
Find out more about our White Rock Cafe and other dining options.
Long Reef Golf Club also offers first class social opportunities for both personal and corporate occasions. The Ocean View, Pacific and Reef function rooms and alfresco areas provide incredible ocean views and our in house catering team are committed to meeting your every requirement.
With great benefits and privileges including full use of all facilities and member tee times and bookings, membership of Long Reef Golf Club is an opportunity not to be missed.
The club offers a range of membership options to suit your lifestyle ranging from full membership through to non-golfing social membership.
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Located just 20 km from the Sydney CBD on the beautiful Northern Beaches, Long Reef Golf Club enjoys a commanding beachfront position and boasts unsurpassed views all the way to the Central Coast to the north and Manly to the south.
On a number of tees, players have wonderful views of a range of spectacular surfing and hang gliding activities as well as taking in the sight of migrating whales and dolphins, during migration season, not to mention that every tee and green at Long Reef has majestic ocean views.
Golfers enjoy the unique experience of playing golf on a Links course – The Links at Long Reef provides a challenge to golfers of all standards, and the spectacular location offers a cool breeze on even the hottest summer day.
Founded in 1921, the course has a well-earned reputation of being one of Sydney’s best golfing layouts and in fact one of Australia’s greatest golfers and course designers, British and Australian Open winner Peter Thompson, rated Long Reef as “the best site of any golf course in Sydney”
Long Reef regularly is chosen as a qualifying course for Australian and State Professional and Amateur events and the immaculate Kikuyu fairways and fast Poa annua greens are well respected by golfers of all standards.
Superb drainage makes Long Reef Golf Course one of Sydney’s best wet weather courses, ensuring that when other courses in the area are unplayable, Long Reef is open for play.
Four (4) different tee positions for Men (Slope rating from 120 up to 133) and Two (2) Tee positions for Women (Slope rating from 129 up to 134) ensures the course set up meets the needs of players at all levels and for the golfing purists, the par rating for Men is 71 (Black Scratch Rating 73) and for the Women 73 (Scratch Rating 76).
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CLUBHOUSE and WHITE ROCK CAFE
White Rock Café provides a great place to meet friends or unwind after a game of golf. Have a leisurely lunch whilst overlooking Fisherman’s Beach and Long Reef Headland with spectacular views up the northern beaches peninsula. You can enjoy your meal on our secluded beachfront terrace or dine inside the clubhouse.
The White Rock Café’s team of chefs has developed a seasonal menu reflecting our beachside location including carefully fused contemporary dishes and fresh twists to classic dishes.
Our fully licensed bar is stocked with a selection of Australian wines, hand crafted beers and a wide range of spirits.
The White Rock Café is open to the public and club members 7 days a week.
Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling the Reception on 02 9971 8113.
White Rock Café is open to the public and members for lunch every day and on weekends for breakfast.
Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling the Reception on 02 9971 8113
Limited breakfast menu available Mon-Friday
Saturday and Sunday (and public holidays) 8:00 am to 10:30 am|
Lunch (+coffee & cake):
Monday to Thursday 9 am – 4pm
Friday 9am – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 11am – 5pm
About White Rock Café
Long Reef headland is well known for a number of popular surfing spots including White Rock, so named because of the large white rock that is located just under the surface off the most northern tip of the reef platform. Suitable for experienced surfers, White Rock works well as a surfing spot in a variety of weather conditions.
Local fishermen also use White Rock as a mark to their favourite fishing grounds, a tradition that has been going long before GPS were invented.
Long Reef was first sighted by Captain James Cook and his Royal Navy crew in 1770 and fishermen have been using Fisherman’s Beach since the 18th century, with a number of old fishing huts still standing today at the eastern end of the beach.
An area rich in maritime history, Fisherman’s Beach in the early days was also used as a small port for loading local cattle for the Sydney Market.
Long Reef Headland is part of a protected Aquatic Reserve which also offers a haven for surfing, fishing and other water sports. The top of the headland offers views up and down the coast and is a great vantage spot to view migrating whales and dolphins.