The fairways are mostly rocks and spinifex and the "greens" don't have a blade of grass, but for the iconic Halls Creek Golf Club in outback Western Australia, it's the lack of members that's really causing an issue.
The club is struggling to stay viable and desperately needs some new members to stop it from collapsing. Life member Don McKay says he's saddened to think the local golf course could become another "used to be in Halls Creek".
"It's just a shame to see these sporting bodies fall in a hole and it's just not good for the town."
There's an emergency meeting on this Sunday (March 18) to hopefully get some new members and save what is one of Halls Creeks longest running sporting clubs.
Halls Creek Golf Club is situated on Moola Bulla Road in the Kimberley it is a 9 hole sand green golf course. Members and visitors can play from April to October
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