Situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, just over an hour’s drive from downtown Melbourne, the sandy soiled fairways at Curlewis Golf Club overlook the sparkling waters of Corio Bay.
The doors to Ranfurlie Golf Club's course first opened in 2002 and its generally wide, open fairways were the perfect foil for the tighter, tree-lined holes on the older Amstel Park course, which closed in 2016.
Laid out near the tip of the Mornington Peninsula, the course at Sorrento Golf Club is one of the oldest in the area and its hilly, sand-based fairways are set within densely forested terrain...
Opened for play in June 2015 and designed by Peter Thomson and Ross Perrett, the course at Black Bull Golf Club forms an integral part of the Silverwoods Golf & Lifestyle Resort.
Course architect Ted Parslow fashioned the fairways at Murray Downs in the late 1980s with the official opening taking place in 1991.
Eynesbury is yet another modern golf course to arrive on the Australian golfing scene from the critically acclaimed Graham Marsh design studio.
Just over a decade after Sam Berriman laid out a course for the members at Huntingdale in 1941, he was appointed to design the 18-hole layout at Cranbourne Golf Club.
The well-planned course at Warrnambool Golf Club was laid out behind a tertiary dune system, in 1926, to a classic design by George Lowe Jr.
Alex Russell designed the course at Riversdale Golf Club and the club organized a match in 1930 to celebrate the official opening.
The Heritage Golf and Country Club was where the first private Nicklaus-designed Australian golf course, St John, was opened in 2001.