Laidley Golf Club is a picturesque twelve hole course situated adjacent to Lake Dyer, two kilometres from the township of Laidley, on Wehlow Road, off Laidley-Gatton Road.
Offically opened in 1951 as a nine hole course, it was extended to twelve holes during 2005 with the benefit of a Sport & Recreation Grant. The new holes added more variety and new challenges for both the Competition player and the Social golfer. During this extension two new dams were also constructed and are now challenging features on the course. The new greens have been professionally designed. The competition course has thirteen different tees for the eighteen holes while the Social Course has fifteen different tees for the eighteen holes.
Plans have been drawn up for the extra six holes to extend the course to an eighteen hole golf course and these will be developed as finance becomes available.