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.
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.
Heading south of Perth for my last Top 100 golf course in the region, The Cut Golf Club, had me excited for some links play, although I had heard mixed reports about the course.
Travelling down to the Bellarine Peninsula as a part of my April crusade, one Top 100 golf course each weekend, saw a visit to one of the best courses in the area, Barwon Heads Golf Club.
Second stage to the weekend away along the Great Ocean Road, involved a visit to Port Fairy Golf Club. After a false start to get there a few months before, I was glad to finally make it after the four hour journey to this top 100 Australian golf course.
The Links Kennedy Bay would have to be one of the best seaside links in Australia. Certainly giving a feel as if you were in the United Kingdom playing on some of the older courses in the World.
Making the trip to Tassie, it would be unforgivable to not sneak a game in at one of the countries best public courses, Barnbougle Lost Farm. The rise of this course to near top of the rankings has been dramatic.
Barnbougle Dunes and Lost Farm was on top of the list for the next golf trip due to the fantastic reviews I was constantly hearing about how good the designs were.