Halls Gap Community Sports Club (golf course)
The Halls Gap Community Sports Club was incorporated on the 3rd October 1995 with its primary aim of establishing and providing recreation facilities for the local community and visitors to the region. This non-profit Association is responsible for the Halls Gap Golf Club, as well as social indoor bowls and badminton played by Halls Gap community members.
The Mt Difficult Golf course began on 18th March 1996 when the Sports Club purchased sixty-five hectares of grazing land approximately 4 kilometres north of Halls Gap, situated on the Red Gum Lease Road and at the foot of the Mt Difficult mountain range.
The first nine holes have been laid out on about 30 hectares of land following the design of one of the worlds leading golf course design companies, Thomson Wolveridge and Perrett.
The standard of the nine hole course is continuing to improve with strong membership numbers and an abundance of green fee players.
Regular Saturday/Sunday competitions are organised throughout the year.
The course is supported by members and volunteers who put in many hours to ensure the grounds and facilities are maintained, and the views and abundance of wildlife make for a memorable experience.