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Woodlands Golf Club

An opportunity came up to play Woodlands Golf Club for its foundation day, celebrating 100 years. How could I pass up the chance to play another Sandbelt track celebrating such a milestone.

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Commonwealth Golf Club

Getting an invite to catch up with an old golfing buddy, Joe, along with playing one of the esteemed Top 100 Golf courses on the Melbourne Sandbelt, Commonwealth Golf Club, was an opportunity not to be missed.

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Metropolitan Golf Club

An open day was being held at one of The Melbourne Sandbelts highly rated courses, Metropolitan Golf Club. When ever an opportunity arises to play Top 100 golf courses in the Sandbelt, I jump at the chance.

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Spring Valley Golf Club

An opportunity arose via a social golf day to play at another Top 100 Golf Course, Spring Valley Golf Club. Although not a part of the official Melbourne Sandbelt club, it certainly had all the right characteristics for the area.

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Victoria Golf Club

Victoria Golf Club was my third sandbelt course played, based on my original goal of playing all Melbourne Sandbelt courses. This was four months before I decided to take on the Top 100, so at the time it was all about playing, not documenting.

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Kingston Heath Golf Club

Kingston Heath is one of eight official courses on the infamous Melbourne Sandbelt. It was first established in 1925 and had its origins from the Elsternwick Golf Club which was looking to relocate.

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Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club North Course

Peninsula C.G.C. was established in 1925 in Frankston. It was originally supposed to be an 18 hole course for men and a 9 hole course for women, but completion of this complex did not happen until 1948. For the first few years of the club it operated as an 11 hole course, until 1926 when the final 7 holes were completed.

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Royal Melbourne Golf Club West Course

Royal Melbourne Golf Club was established in 1891 and is the oldest golf club in Australia without interruption. In 1926 leading golf architect Dr Alistair Mackenzie was chosen to design the new layout, now known as the West Course.