Situated on the rugged cliffs at La Perouse, New South Wales Golf Club
overlooks Botany Bay where Captain James Cook first sailed into Australia on
the SS Endeavour in 1770.
New South Wales
The Lakes Golf Club
Vor den Toren der Stadt und mit der Skyline von Sydney im Hintergrund z├Ąhlt der Lakes Golf Club zu Australiens Top-Golfpl├Ątzen.
Hamilton Island Golf Club
Perfectly located at the edge of the Great Barrier Reef, the Hamilton Island Golf Club has some of the most spectacular views and settings of any golf course in the world.
Royal Queensland Golf Club
Situated on the banks of the Brisbane River, the Royal Queensland Golf Club
is the premier golf club in Queensland and one of the finest in the country.
The Club boasts a proud reputation for providing outstanding golf and quality
Royal Adelaide Golf Club
With a core of outstanding holes and an unmistakably adventurous streak,
Royal Adelaide provides a platform for creative shots and an extremely
enjoyable golfing experience.
Kooyonga Golf Club
On the sandy terrain between the beaches of the Great Southern Ocean and central Adelaide just 15 minutes from the CBD lies Kooyonga Golf Club, a spectacular layout of undulating fairways culminating in well ...
Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links is a traditional links course located on the pristine coastline of north-east Tasmania.
Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Course
With a reputation for minimalist course design and a philosophy that traditional, strategic golf is the most rewarding, head architect Bill Coore created the 20 hole Lost Farm with the intention of complementing the canvas provided by the dramatic ...
The Peninsula Country Golf Club
Founded in 1925, Peninsula was the dream of Scottish course designer Gordon
Bernard Oliver and land speculator William Towler who envisaged an American-
style golf resort set on broad acres at Frankston.
Commonwealth Golf Club
Commonwealths origins can be traced to a redoubtable group of 11 golfing enthusiasts who in May 1915 formed the Murrumbeena Golf Club and later aspired to a home on the Melbourne Sandbelt.