The 18-hole golf course at Tallwoods was the work of the North American Hurdzan-Fry design practice and it weaves in and out of a substantial residential estate...
In 1971, sixty-seven years after it was formed, Liverpool Golf Club moved to its present site at Lansvale. Bob Green set out the course on moderately undulating land close to Prosper Creek, with water in play at many of the holes.
Wollongong Golf Club dates back to 1897 when a 9-hole links course was brought into play. There have been many changes since then, but today’s course still plays in a links-like style along the popular Illawarra coastline where Ross Watson is engaged with ongoing course improvements.
Port Macquarie Golf Club moved to its present location in 1953, when six holes were brought into play. Another five holes quickly followed but it wasn’t until 1967 that the club had a full 18-hole layout in operation.
Carnegie Clark laid out the original 9-hole course at Coffs Harbour Golf Club in 1940. Nowadays, this 27-hole facility allows for three different 18-hole configurations, with holes 1-9 and 10-18 (“The Lakes”) forming the preferred layout for many.
Designed by Peter Thomson and Michael Wolveridge, opening for play in 1982, the course at Tura Beach Country Club was the first residential golf facility to open in New South Wales and it's since been a regular host for interstate, regional and district tournaments.
Situated within a forest of blue gum, blackbutt and turpentine trees just off the M2 motorway in the northwest of Sydney, Pennant Hills Golf Club was founded in 1923, which makes it the fourth oldest club in the city still playing at the same location.
Opened as a recreational facility for staff working at Prince Henry Hospital in 1922, the course at The Coast Golf Club fell into a state of disrepair before it was brought back to life at the start of the 1970s.
Thurgoona Country Club Resort offers a championship-standard layout measuring 6,372 metres from the rear markers, featuring tree-lined Santa Ana couch fairways and bent grass greens.
Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club is the original Gold Coast golfing destination with a rich tournament pedigree including the World Senior Match Play. The West course is a tad longer and tighter than its River cousin and it’s enjoying a renaissance since recent upgrades to bunkers and greens.