Set in bushland near Hornsby, just off the Mount Colah exit of the Sydney to Newcastle M1 Pacific motorway, the course offers 18 challenging holes in very picturesque surroundings.
With over 75 years experience serving the golfing & social needs of the local community, visitors will be rewarded with a very friendly & memorable experience.
The Par 70 layout with well covered fairways and the best greens any course could offer provides a challenge to all golfers. The PARk hosts events seven days a week with Vets on Monday, Ladies on Tuesday, Wednesday Open, Pro Comp Thursdays, Member’s comps Saturday and Sunday with plenty of times available throughout the week and weekend for public or social groups and/or corporate, sporting, or charity days on Thursday afternoons or Fridays.
The fully licensed clubhouse with its friendly ambience welcomes all visitors to The PARk, where you can enjoy a meal, try one of the eleven (11) different ales on tap or sample our select range of wines, all reasonably priced. The clubhouse also provides a variety of gaming facilities and is an excellent venue for your special golf event or function.
One of Lake Macquarie's best known attractions is Belmont Golf Club, situated on the isthmus between the lake and the Pacific Ocean. Belmont Golf Club is an 18 hole par 72 championship links course set amongst rolling green fairways and trees with many of the fairways having the Pacific Ocean as their backdrop. First opened in 1952, the course has over the years been continually improved to meet the playing expectations of golfers of all levels.
Located just south of the Gold Coast, Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club offers the best of both worlds – great golfing in one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations! Whether you are looking for a challenging game of golf, or a great day or night out, family friendly dining or a relaxing catch up with friends, visit the friendliest club on the Tweed – Cool Tweed Golf!
Hawks Nest is situated on the north shore of Port Stephens between the Myall River and the Pacific Ocean. An hour’s drive north of Newcastle; Tea Gardens/Hawks Nest is a major tourist centre in the Great Lakes region.
The Club offers modern Clubhouse facilities and a fantastic Championship rated 18 hole course of 6079 metre of easy walking. Hawks Nest welcomes all standards of players. Enjoy the tranquility of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and native flora.
Situated between the Hume Highway and the Georges River in Sydney’s west, the Liverpool Golf Club has an interesting and challenging course which is well timbered, with water coming into play on 13 holes and over 65 strategically placed bunkers to test the golfer’s skill.
A par 72, rated at 73, the 6266 metre layout can be shortened by well placed tee shots, but with an amateur record of only 68 (67 for the professionals) and having hosted the 1987 Australian PGA Championship, the 1994 NSW Amateur Championship and the 1987 and 1988 Jack Newton aged Championships, golfers will realise that it is not a course to be trifled with.
Oatlands Golf Club was established in 1931 and is located in the geographical centre of Sydney, Australia, a 10 minute drive North East of the Parramatta CBD. Boasting an internationally renowned golf course, Oatlands Golf Club is rich in tradition and history. The course itself is a true test of golf, and was recently described on international television by leading golf professional and commentator Brett Ogle as “The best Par 70 golf course in Australia”.
The Sapphire Coasts only 27 hole golf course presents a real test of judgement for line and speed. We have a beautiful succession of fairways and subtle greens surrounded by bushland with views to Merimbula lake. Keeping your eye on the ball is a challenge in itself.
When you play Pambula-Merimbula you play a variety of courses and conditions, lengths and challenges, all at the one location.
Ryde-Parramatta is one of Sydney's leading private golf clubs and has a championship par 71 golf course with an Australian rating of par 72. Over recent years the course has undergone a multi-million dollar redevelopment under the watchful eye of Ross Watson one of Australia's best known course designers.
The course has been designed to set new standards in visual and golfing excellence. Australian eucalypts, grevilleas and banksias line the gently undulating fairways and are a natural sanctuary to a myriad of native Australian birds.
Large, gently sloping bent grass greens allow for multiple pin placements, whilst the championship tees are strategically positioned to test individual skill levels.
Facilities include an 18-hole championship course with a full range of practice areas. There is a well stocked golf shop and an experienced golf professional on hand to provide golf tuition either individually or in a clinic. Modern electric golf carts plus golfing equipment are available for hire whilst a course hospitality cart will add to your enjoyment of the day.
Since 1930, Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club has built an enviable record for service and hospitality.
Situated in Brisbane’s Western suburbs, Oxley Golf Club has for many years claimed, with some justification, that it has one of the best courses in the metropolitan area. Since the course opened in 1929, it has been remodelled on a few occasions, lengthen the course and build a new clubhouse.
The 6227m championship course represents a typically Australian style of course with its tall gum trees and bunkers throughout the layout.
One of the great pleasures of playing golf at The Stirling Golf Club is the wonderful course environment. Even If you hit a duffed shot, you can at least take solace in soaking up the natural beauty that surrounds you.
The Stirling Golf Club invites you to share what we believe is the most picturesque golf course in South Australia.
Our 18-hole course and award-winning club house nestled in the picturesque Piccadilly Valley, only 20 minutes from the Adelaide CBD via the Heysen tunnels and the Adelaide to Crafers highway.
The Flagstaff Hill Golf Club is set in a picturesque area, studded with old gums and surrounded by almost 1,000 modern homes.
The Golf Course itself has developed into a testing and picturesque par 72 and is fully established with 18 holes of beautifully grassed fairways, tees and greens. Many attractive native shrubs and trees line the fairways, making it a most enjoyable place to play golf.
Claremont is the only private Golf Club with public access situated in the northern suburbs of Hobart. It is within close proximity to the city and surrounding suburbs. The club has a long history in the area. Our 18 hole course is surrounded by the Derwent River on three sides, it provides stunning views and challenging golf. Beautifully kept greens and fairways make for an enjoyable game. Take a virtual tour of our course by clicking this link.
Woodrising is home to The Devonport Golf Club, an outstanding, professionally manicured 18 hole Championship Golf Course located on a beautiful peninsula at the end of Woodrising Avenue in Spreyton. Overlooking the Mersey River, the course is only 5 minutes from the Spirit of Tasmania Terminal, and ideally located for starting or ending your golfing holiday in Tasmania.
The club was founded in 1916 and the Royal Charter was conferred in 1925.
Royal Hobart is recognised as Tasmania’s premier members’ Club and particular emphasis is placed on presenting the course in impeccable condition all year round. Original course designer, Vern Morcom, made best use of the natural sand base to construct over 80 fairway and greenside bunkers. These are a special feature of the course that adds an important dimension to how players of all levels approach their game.
In 1997 a new course master plan was adopted to guide long term course improvements to ensure Royal Hobart continues to offer a challenging golfing experience for members and visitors alike. Subtle changes have since been introduced, but always conforming to the original design concept.
Royal Hobart has hosted a number of major Championship events over the years including the Tasmanian Open, Australian Amateur, Australian Women’s Amateur and the Qantas Australian Open in 1971 which was won by the legendary Jack Nicklaus.
Reciprocal members and visitors are most welcome at Royal Hobart.
Medway is a private members 18 hole golf course, situated beside the Maribyrnong River in Melbourne.
Medway Golf Club has spent over 60 years striving to remain resolutely individual. Whether it’s that pesky overhanging branch, or a bunker in "just the wrong spot", that’s the way our members like it. You see, at Medway we have something a little out of the ordinary in golf courses. It’s called a golfer’s course. And you can’t ask for more than that.
In a concerted effort to remain one of the premier courses in the region, Medway Golf Club has, over the last three years, invested an enormous amount of time, effort and expense to upgrade the course.
With our new, perfectly manicured Santa Anna Couch fairways, strategically placed water hazards and mounding, Medway Golf Club has become even more challenging and picturesque than it has ever been.
Our tight and unique layout makes Medway one of the more testing courses in the region. But you don’t have to believe what we tell you, come and see for yourself.
Perfectly positioned within Melbourne's famous sandbelt courses, Keysborough is a demanding and challenging layout set to test professional and club golfers alike.
Members and their guests can re-live great shots and missed opportunities in the comfort of the clubhouse. A range of catering options are available and the ambiance of the Member's Lounge is enhanced by experienced staff who provide for every request.
A true 18-hole championship layout with a par-72 rating, the course was designed by well-known and internationally acclaimed Australian golfer and course architect, Bruce Devlin. We celebrated its official opening in 1996 with the hosting of the Australian Seniors PGA Championship.
The course offers a great test for golfers of all abilities and strategy is the most important club you need in your bag when you take on the Gold Creek challenge.
To assist with that challenge, distance markers are provided in the centre of each fairway with pin positions indicated by coloured flags – red (front third), yellow (middle third) and blue (back third).
At Russley, we welcome visiting golfers and would love to host you for your next golfing day out. Our course is designed to suit a wide range of golfing abilities from very new golfers (shortened Red tee course) right through to those who would like to challenge our current course record of 67 off the Black Championship tees.
Established in 1912 on the outskirts of Taranaki's main centre of New Plymouth, it is a classic par-72 layout and a superb golf challenge. It has been the venue of four New Zealand Open championships and numerous national and provincial amateur events.
Ngamotu is designed so that both nines sweep out from the clubhouse in two giant loops, which means that no matter which way the wind is blowing, there will be adventure for players at some time or other during each round.
This is particularly the case with Ngamotu's four par three holes, which are regarded as among the best in the country. Not only do they range widely in their lengths, but they all point in different directions of the compass.
Ngamotu's modern course features water on three of the holes while many of the greens are large and contoured so they can be a true test of a golfer's putting ability.
Our name, Ngamotu, is Maori for "The Islands", and refers to the islands which lie just off the New Plymouth shoreline. These islands are in full view when playing the holes at the seaward end of our golf course.