The Dalby Golf Club is classed as one of the better golf course west of the great divide, located very close to Dalby in the Toowoomba region. The Dalby Golf Club was formed at a public meeting convened by Mr W.J Vowles, at the Windsor Hotel on July 30th, 1926. Prior to this golf had been played on Duffys green, adjacent to the Myall creek. Dalby Golf Club employs a full time green keeper and other casual grounds staff and is well watered through access to effluent water supplies. Offering a super Par 72 golf course measuring in at over 5900 metres, it requires accuracy off the Tee to find the tight fairways as straight tee shots are rewarded on this course, however a stray shot will almost certainly mean trouble as the fairways are bordered by towering gums. Like many country courses bunkering is minimal, however steep surrounds covered with lush kikuyu demand accurate approach shots. All greens feature subtle breaks designed to test golfers of all abilities.