After hearing such great things about Flinders Golf Club, we decided to make the journey south. The club is located on the eastern side of Mornington Peninsula, most of the more popular courses are on the western side.
Magazine Ratings eading down south to play two courses in the one day, first up was Secret Harbour Golf Links. The course is located around forty minutes south of Perth by drive and is one of four in the area, The Cut Golf Club, Links Kennedy Bay and Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club, all in the Top 100 Golf rankings. …
After reading some good reviews about the Moonah Links Legends Course, Melbourne compatriot James and I went south to the Mornington Peninsula to check it out.
My third round of the April conquest, took me back to The National Golf Club, playing my 75th course (again) of the Top 100 Golf Course list. Oddly enough, my first time reaching 75 was playing the sister Ocean course.
A great course to reach a milestone of 75 courses played out of Australian Golf Digest Top 100 list. The National Ocean course is not the favourite among members, but is a great links style course.
Starting my weekend away west of Melbourne, saw a visit to one of the great links courses in the Barwon Heads region, Thirteenth Beach Golf Links Beach Course.
Playing the second leg of my weekend away, took me to a Top 100 course which can only be described as a hidden gem. A friend I had played with at NSW mentioned Newcastle Golf Club was just as good if not better than his home club. It certainly gives it some competition.
The Dunes Golf Links is located on the Mornington Peninsula. One of the many great courses in the ‘Cups’ region, this is a true style links course, built over sandy dunes.
Catching up with my Melbourne compatriot James, we decided to head down south to the Mornington Peninsula and play the second course at Moonah Links, the Open Course. We had been down in September to play the Legends Course and had been extremely impressed with the layout.
St Andrews Beach Golf Club was my first experience of golf in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and was certainly memorable. Located around one and a half hours from Melbourne, the club is located in “the Cups” region and is not far from Gunnamatta Beach.
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