Another quality layout from the design studio of Graham Marsh, Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club is a private member course within a rural residential development...
The 18-hole Hilltop course at Mollymook Golf Club is a tough test – carved from native bush with water in play at nearly half the holes – and it’s complemented by a short 9-hole course overlooking Mollymook Beach.
Macquarie Links is marketed as an Australian version of a Scottish links but, in truth, the only design aspect that comes close to matching a Caledonian seaside course is the quality of the sand traps...
Founded in 1899 as The Lindfield Golf and Recreation Club, Killara Golf Club started out with a makeshift 9-hole course. Additional land purchased down the years then helped fashion the 18-hole course now operating within 125 acres of prime parkland.
The Castle Hill Country Club lies in the northwest Sydney suburb of Baulkham Hills and the 18-hole layout here is a high calibre private member's course...
One of two impressive 18-hole layouts at the 45-hole Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort, the Murray course lies to the west of a sprawling 500-acre residential property, next to the flowing waters of the Murray River.
Opened in 2008, the Investa Property Group’s resort course at Kooindah Waters Golf Club is located near Lake Tuggerah and the layout is marketed as a central component of an ambitious residential development.
Located north of Melbourne on the Murray River, Cobram Barooga Golf Club is a 36-hole operation featuring the Old course and newer West course. The club offers extensive stay and play packages for visiting golfers using the on-site facilities.
Eric Apperly designed the course at Duntryleague Golf Club in the mid-1930s when the property was acquired from the local diocese of the Catholic Church. The original manor house still serves as the clubhouse, complete with rooms used for guest accommodation.
Laid out within a bushland setting in the hills above Narrabeen, the course at Monash Country Club is named after Sir John Monash, a famous military commander in World War I, and it has recently been renovated by Bob Harrison and James Wilcher.