The 10th tee at Moonah Links Legends Course

Moonah Links Legends Course

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.
The 6th fairway at The National Golf Club Moonah Course

The National Golf Club Moonah Course

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.
The 7th fairway at The National Golf Club Ocean Course

The National Golf Club 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.
The 1st tee at The National Golf Club Old Course

The National Golf Club Old Course

The National Golf Club was first launched during the Australian Masters tournament at Huntingdale Golf Club in 1985 as an equity shareholding. It was the first new club in Melbourne in 60 years.
The 13th green at Portsea Golf Club

Portsea Golf Club

In an effort to get my quest to play Australia's top 100 golf courses on track again, playing Portsea Golf Club, one of the oldest in the region, worked well with a weekend trip away which had been planned to the Mornington Peninsula.
The 7th Green at RACV Cape Schanck Resort

RACV Cape Schanck Resort

RACV Cape Schanck designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, is a great public access course in the Mornington Peninsula. One of my favourite courses in Australia was right next door, The National Golf Club Old Course, by the same designer.