|Innisfail Golf Club's 9th green and clubhouse|
|The approach shot to Innisfail's first hole.|
|The par 3 second|
|The third green|
|The fourth fairway on the right, the thirteenth on the left|
|The fifth tee shot|
The sixth is the only par five on the course, a rightward doglegging hole crossing rail tracks along the way. Next is the short par three seventh, which I underclubbed, and a short par four for the eighth.
|The tee shot on the ninth|
For a small country course with, I assume, a fairly small membership, Innisfail is a very nicely maintained course. Its forgiving nature would be well suited to holiday golfers or less adventurous regular golfers. I found myself thinking it had some nice holes, but needs to toughen up a bit. I am, however, biased toward a more natural jungle or woodland style course rather than a manicured parkland course.
I dropped in on a Monday to play, and was the only player on the course. The clubhouse, while staffed, wasn't actually open. On busier days, especially competition days, I can imagine the large deck, with its good view over the first tee and ninth green, is a lovely spot to crash with a drink after a round.