Broadford has a population of approximately 3500 people. It is situated approximately 70 kilometers north of Melbourne. There are a variety of small industries employing many of the locals. Nestlé is the largest employer of around 200 employees. Broadford is home to the Victorian state motorcycle complex which has both road and off-road tracks. Former AFL players Barry Hall, (St. Kilda, Sydney Swans & Western Bulldogs) Alan Ezard, (Essendon) and current player Richard Douglas (Adelaide) grew up in Broadford.
The Golf club year of foundation was 1924 and affiliation in 1931.
The founder: Mr J B Cameron and the Course was designed by Mr Lance Thompson.
The grass greens were completed in 1980.
The course is lined with a great variety of native and non-native trees making it a good challenge for all golfers. The
fairways are all Santa Anna couch and the greens are Bent grass.
There is one full time curator and a loyal group of volunteers help maintain the course.
The present clubhouse was built in 1992.