The course at Royal Hobart Golf Club is renowned for the quality of its bunkers and the club has hosted many Tasmanian Opens and national Amateur championships.
While it does not quite offer the grand theatre of the West, Royal Melbourne's East is still a fantastic golfing experience and holds its own versus all other courses in the Melbourne area.
The West course at Royal Melbourne Golf Club is generally acknowledged as the best course in Australia and one of Doctor Alister MacKenzie's finest designs.
Today’s course of the Royal Perth Golf Club measures a touch over 6,670 yards and accuracy off the tee is absolutely essential if a decent score is to be made here.
Royal Queensland Golf Club hosted three Australian Opens in 1947, 1966 and 1973. Perhaps the nation’s premier professional tournament is due a return here some time in the future?
Royal Sydney Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 1993 and the championship course has evolved over 100 years into one of the finest in the country.
It’s no easy task living in the shadow of one of the world’s Top 50 ranked golf courses but that’s exactly what the 18-hole layout at St Michael’s has had to do...
The venue of the inaugural Australian Open in 1904 (host to twenty-one in total) and most recently in 2019, the Australian Golf Club is a wonderful championship venue.
Lakes are not the only hazard at the Lakes Golf Club. In fact, the front nine – with the exception of the opening hole – is water free...
Seven Australian Opens, five Australian PGAs and ten other professional tournaments have been hosted at the Metropolitan Golf Club.