Top 5 Golf Club Websites 2017

Posted: 3rd January 2018 in Marketing and communications, Website design

The past decade has seen a shift in website design and functionality to focus on device-responsive websites and apps. We thought now would be a good time to welcome the new year with a look at some of our favourite designs from 2017.

The creative team at MiClub have designed and built many golf websites over the past 17 years and know what makes a great club site. Users prefer to navigate a clean, user-friendly website containing rich and diverse content that looks great on all devices, from desktop computers to smartphones. Frequent updates and news posts engage users and help keep the club up to date in the digital age.


1. Royal Auckland & Grange Golf Club

Royal Auckland & Grange Golf Club Website  

The Royal Auckland & Grange is a club rich with history dating back to the early 19th century. Their fresh modern website is complete with a member portal, interactive course tour, and comprehensive content. The design delivers great member functionality while accommodating visitors through clear information and club insight. 


2. Barwon Heads Golf Club

Barwon Heads Golf Club Website

This coastal Victorian golf club’s website displays beautiful clubhouse imagery to complement a brand-consistent design. The design is clean and contains a wealth of information for guests and members. The pages vividly encompass the club’s services and highlight the guest experience.


3. Royal Perth Golf Club

Royal Perth Golf Club Website

A neat template build website with unique features, Royal Perth is an exclusive club. Their website is very user friendly and easy to navigate. We love the functionality of this design paired with royal gold accents. The site includes a custom built reciprocal clubs page referencing their vast national and international network. 


4. 13th Beach Golf Links

13th Beach Golf Links Website

13th Beach is a well known Australian golf club with a website that ticks all the boxes.
The aesthetics look stunning with pages filled with engaging content and held together with great structure. Current news and events with links to social feeds add life to the site and encourage visitor interaction. 


5. The Australian Golf Club

The Australian Golf Club Website

The Australian is a model example of a website designed solely for members. The landing page displays a background video showcasing the beauty of the course with a few internals links.
This design style is a great way to direct visitors through simplicity and emphasise the club brand.