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Australia Courses

Glenelg Golf Club

Adelaide, South Australia

The Glenelg Golf Club is one of South Australia’s top golf clubs with a world class course and modern clubhouse facilities. It is located adjacent to the Adelaide Airport. Glenelg Golf Club has recently undergone an extensive redevelopment project to improve the quality and playability of the golf course, under the expert guidance of Golf Course Architect, Neil Crafter and with the assistance of Bob Tuohy. Glenelg has been the site of many State and National championships throughout its history, including the Australian Amateur Championships (Men and Women), Men’s Interstate Series, Australian Junior Championships (Boys and Girls) and South Australian Open’s and PGA’s.

Grange Golf Club (East & West Courses)

Adelaide, South Australia

The Grange Golf Club is one of South Australia’s premier sporting venues with two internationally rated 18 hole championship golf courses and an award winning function centre. The members of The Grange Golf Club set out to build a golf course that would equal the best there was to offer in South Australia. That has been well and truly achieved. Many champion golfers have enjoyed the challenge of The Grange. The Grange Golf Club has a very special place in Australian Golf history, having hosted the 1976 West Lakes Classic which was won by a 21 year old trainee professional named Greg Norman. We hope as you play this magnificent but challenging layout that some of the magic that Greg Norman found rubs off on you.

Kooyonga Golf Club

Adelaide, South Australia

Kooyonga Golf Club is a wonderful example of a championship golf course in the rich sandy soiled area just 15 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide. Adelaide is one of the smaller capital cities in Australia yet boasts a wide selection of outstanding golf courses in a relatively small area. Kooyonga enjoys a current Australian ranking of 14 and this is testament to the quality of the golf course. Five Australian Opens and three Australian Amateur Championships have been decided at Kooyonga as well as numerous South Australian Opens and Amateur Championships. Additionally the course has been the host of the US PGA Tour Nationwide Jacob’s Creek Open further exposing Kooyonga to the world. One of the interesting features of Kooyonga are the various elevation changes which exist throughout the 18 holes. From the outside and until you actually play the golf course Kooyonga appears to be built on a relatively flat parcel of land. What is in fact the case is a series of rises and hollows upon which some wonderful golf holes have been constructed. Exacting approach shots are demanded on a number of holes which on the scorecard look relatively short. Par on any of these holes is a good score.

Links Lady Bay Golf Club

Adelaide, South Australia

With stunning views of the coastline and ocean, The Links Lady Bay Golf course offers golfers smooth and subtle greens, long undulating fairways strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. It has all the characteristics of many of the famous links courses in Scotland and Ireland. Prevailing winds, gently undulating couch fairways, classic bunkering, strategic burns and subtle Bent greens will make you feel like you’re playing in the British Open! After golf it will be worth enjoying a drink, while reflecting on a memorable round in the stylish new Clubhouse which overlooks the Fleurieu Coastline.

Royal Adelaide Golf Club

Adelaide, South Australia

Located just 20 minutes from the city, The Adelaide Golf Club (in 1923 it became The Royal Adelaide Golf Club) was founded in 1892. In its early years it played in the north Parklands of Adelaide and later in North Glenelg. It purchased its present links at Seaton in 1904, and the current layout was officially opened on 30th June 1906. Cargie Rymill was the driving force in preparing the links for the first Open Australian Championship at Seaton in 1910. Nine Australian Opens have been decided at Royal Adelaide, the latest in 1998. In 1926 Dr Alister Mackenzie visited Royal Adelaide to advise on the course design. A true gem.