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Australia Courses

The Cut Golf Club

Perth, Western Australia

The Cut at Port Bouvard is a new addition to the ever growing Western Australian golfing landscape. The course is located 80 minutes south from the centre of Perth and is spectacular to say the least. A series of unforgettable ocean views form the focal point for no less than eight holes and certainly leave the golfer with a wow factor that will have you talking long after the round is finished. The course combines heavily undulating fairways with well-placed bunkers and generally large greens. The course contains a series of “ocean” holes which form the memory that one takes away from The Cut with arguably the most spectacular par 4 hole in Australian golf. The 12th hole starts atop a rise and the fairway feeds its way down into a valley flanked by two very prominent sand dunes. The uphill approach shot plays to a green which is generous in size yet looks like a sliver from the fairway. Walking off with a par on this number one rated hole will pick up a shot on the field in most situations.

Joondalup Resort

Perth, Western Australia

Joondalup Resort is just 20 minutes north of Perth and 3 minutes from the beach, yet totally immersed in its bushland setting. Joondalup meanders through a network of majestic quarries, lakes and dunes, providing a picturesque landscape on every hole. The course quality is accompanied by a high level of customer service found only at Australia’s #1 Golf Resort. Few golf courses anywhere in the world offer the dramatic contrasts, the scenic beauty and the sheer golfing challenge of Joondalup Country Club’s 27 hole championship golf course. Designed by the internationally renowned Robert Trent Jones Jr, the course presents a tough, uncompromising lay-out, featuring great variation in setting and style. The spectacular course sweeps across dense bushland, cuts through steep limestone quarries and skirts picturesque lakes, to present surprises and challenges at almost every turn. One minute you are playing an approach shot beneath a limestone cliff, the next you are adapting to the fresh ocean breeze on an undulating links style fairway.

Lake Karrinyup Country Club

Perth, Western Australia

Lake Karrinyup Country Club is widely acknowledged as Western Australia’s premier golf club, and was home to the Johnnie Walker Classic in 2002 and 2003. The course is renowned for its challenging layout, lush undulating couch fairways and manicured Bent grass greens are set around a large natural lake and amongst a forest of magnificent native trees and plants. Lake Karrinyup is also a tranquil botanical haven for wildlife including native birds and kangaroos.

The Links at Kennedy Bay

Perth, Western Australia

The Golf Club Kennedy Bay was rated the 12th Best Course in Australia by the Australian Golf Digest 2004 Bi Annual ratings. It is situated just forty minutes south of Perth alongside the vast blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Surrounded by undulating sand dunes and natural Australian bush land this 18-hole championship golf course can only be described as the jewel in the golfing crown in Western Australia. Designed by the 1991 British Open Champion Ian Baker Finch, in collaboration with Michael Coate and Roger Mackay, it is the only true links style course in Western Australia. This par 72 championship links golf course is what is described by many as a true test of your golfing skills. When designing the course the design team recreated many of the features found on such courses as Royal Birkdale and Royal Lytham and St Annes, both British Open courses on the Lancashire coast of England.

Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club

Perth, Western Australia

Meadow Springs is a well-groomed golf course which winds it way through open bushland offering a fairly unique golfing experience. Above all else, the course offers “golf as nature intended”. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, the course presents a highly regarded test for players of all levels, but is also renowned for its playability. Just thirty minutes south of Perth, near the coastal resort town of Mandurah, the Meadow Springs golf course promises a unique experience through open bushland. The course winds its way through undulating terrain, the layout dictated by the natural features of the land. Towering 200 year-old Tuart trees line generous fairways and subtly rolling greens are equal to the best in Australia. Few holes run parallel and all are surrounded by bushland. Other players on the course are often out of view, enhancing the sensation that you are alone in the wilderness. And, thanks to its excellent drainage, Meadow Springs is one of the best all-weather courses in the country.