Blackwood Golf Club (SA)

A general public meeting was held in the Parish Hall, Blackwood on 12th May 1930 when it was resolved that a golf club be formed in the District and that it would be called the Blackwood Golf Club. Mr. Lachlan McTaggart offered a 10-year lease on a section of his property about 1 mile south of Blackwood and a legal arrangement for a Peppercorn lease was drawn up and the Club was charged 1/- per year rental. McTaggart’s course was closed in 1959 and the club moved to the National Park, Belair for the start of the 1960 season, but it was apparent that it was only on a temporary basis, and that other land would have to be purchased. On 6th May 1961, £300 was paid as a deposit for 100 acres at Cherry Gardens, purchased from Mr E Sanders for £7500. This is the home of the current course.

Today the Club is considered the most picturesque in the Adelaide Hills. Its warm and friendly atmosphere, beautiful fairways and greens framed with magnificent trees and foliage makes for a conducive environment for golfing and social interactions. Blackwood Golf Club has always been, and still is, a place ‘where challenge and friendship meet’.
Course Facts

611 Cherry Gardens Road, Cherry Gardens SA 5157, Australia


Pro Shop

(08) 8388 2250


(08) 8388 2313

Future Golf Rewards Terms

1 x free midweek or weekend round
Available all week outside competition time

COVID: Temporary Times for free rounds listed below:

Monday and Friday after 10.30

Tuesday after 12pm

Sunday after 11.00am

20% off all marked green fee prices to Future Golf Members