Since completing the Australian Golf Digest Top 100 list last year, motivation has been hard when it comes to golf, playing and updating the website. With a few changes in life, I have managed to get my mojo back. Currently on a golf sabbatical for a few months which has seen a few golf trips already to Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane …
So I mentioned earlier that the Australian Golf Digest Top 100 courses for both 2014 and 2016 had been completed in November 2017. This was a great personal achievement. One which the publishers of the list also recognised.
Last month saw Australian Golf Digest release 2018 Top 100 list. Reviewed biennially, there were a few movements in, out and within the list which always raise quite a bit of debate among the golf community.
How quickly time has passed, being a couple of months since what can only be described as a spectacular journey, completing the Australian top 100 golf courses.
With the new year comes the new rankings, with Golf Australia 2018 Top 100 golf courses released this month. I read this with great interest now, due to becoming a panel member last year.
What a year 2017 was. Lots of golf and dreams achieved. Starting the year with 91 played on the Australian Golf Digest List, progress accelerated in the first half. Almost came to a grinding halt during the middle, but finished with a flurry.
Hope you have all had a safe and fantastic festive season so far, Happy New Year 2018.
The final game to complete the Australian Top 100 Golf course list was at Cape Wickham Links. Located along the norther coastline of King Island, this course has taken the World by storm since its opening.
The Christmas season has started so wishing everyone a Merry Christmas 2017. I have been a very good boy this year. Santa was extremely generous and will help build that golf architecture knowledge even more. Think they will keep me going for quite a while. This year is quite a mixed one for myself, having achieved so much, finishing the …
Ocean Dunes, another good course on King Island off the coast of Tasmania, is a must visit. Built along the coastline this takes in some spectacular views with challenging holes, some of which extend inland as well.