This month, Inside Golf ventures to the nation’s capital to sample one of Australia’s popular inland courses.
Nestled in the heart of the Sydney metropolitan area, Strathfield Golf Club provides a true challenge to golfers of all level
Consistently ranked among Australia’s best public access courses by Golf Australia, The Golf Course Guide and Golf Digest — including a #1 placement for NSW in 2007 — Pacific Dunes Port Stephens is the latest member of Inside Golf’s “Must Play” courses
The Growling Frog is easily one of the best public access courses in the surrounds of Melbourne. The layout rewards the aggressive golfer, suggests good course management for solid scoring, and still maintains a liberal smacking of forgiveness for the hack.
The new home of the Australian PGA, Sandhurst Club is a short 30-minute drive from Melbourne’s CBD. With two championship golf courses — the well-established North Course and the realtively new Champions Course – as well as a world-class clubhouse and health club (complete with a pool, aerobics room, gymnasium and tennis courts), the facility […]
With two championship golf courses, a brand-new 4.5-star resort and a top-quality clubhouse facility, the 13th Beach Golf Links on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula is a shining star of Victorian golf. Just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne, The Beach Course offers a challenging links style course (voted 7th Best Public course in Australia) while the […]
Barnbougle Dunes is a true golfer’s golf course. It’s for the traditionalists who adore rugged, raw, “knock-down-bump-and-run-the-way-the-game-was-meant-to-be-played” golf. It’s a humbling, awe-inspiring course that demands accuracy, exceptional course management skills, and a smidgen of good-old-fashioned risk-taking “guts”.
From the opening par-5 with a huge, intimidating bunker in the driving area to the par-3 16th boasting the southern hemisphere’s biggest putting surface (you have to see it to believe it) the fun factor at Moonah Links The Legends is high at every turn.