The Pemberton Golf Club is a small club established in 1959, just outside of Pemberton, Western Australia. A sand green course that offers plenty of challenges including having fences in play over the majority of holes, an interesting Par 3 hitting over water and several holes containing trees parked in the middle of the fairway.

The Golf Course was opened originally as a nine hole course with two tees per hole to create the 18 holes. After a few years the block across the road was acquired and the back nine was carved out of the bush creating a true Eighteen Hole course.
The Front Nine is open and forgiving allowing golfers to recover from errant drives with greater ease than the back nine.
The Back Nine is tighter and less forgiving. Many a good round has run aground around this layout.