The accent is very much on novelty and variation at the Dunes Golf Links, so the golfer will be asked to perform many direction changes, cope with side hill lies and fire to hill top greens.
Commonwealth Golf Club is a close neighbour of The Metropolitan and Yarra Yarra Golf Clubs, the three forming private golfing oases in modern Melbourne’s southward suburbs.
There's fantastic variety on the Peninsula Kingswood North course - good elevation changes, interesting turns and irregular greens and recent renovations have elevated the course to a completely new level.
The Beach course at 13th Beach Golf Links is as accomplished an offering as Tony Cashmore’s previous work at The Dunes, across the water near Portsea.
Barwon Heads Golf Club was founded in 1907 in Geelong and was initially a nine-hole links on land north of the village of Barwon Heads.
The Legends course at Moonah Links may be more forgiving than its neighbour but it still presents a stiff test to golfers of all abilities.
Where Huntingdale Golf Club has really made its mark on the Australian golf scene is its annual hosting of the Australian Masters.
The atmosphere is fresh and rustic at The Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club and the courses are set at a little elevation so the sea can be spotted from a few points.
Unlike most of its peers in the Sandbelt, at Yarra Yarra Golf Club there is a distinct shift in scene and strategy between the two nines.
Right from the start the vistas are spectacular at The National Golf Club's Gunnamatta layout (formerly the Ocean course), with wonderful views over Bass Strait and most of the peninsula’s linksland.