In an effort to ensure the Australian Top 100 Golf list was completed this year, a visit to Riversdale Golf Club was required. This is the second oldest club in Melbourne.
With only three courses remaining in my home state of Victoria to complete the Australian Golf Top 100, it was time to visit Cranbourne Golf Club, located southwest of Melbourne,
Set amongst the hills in the Eastern suburbs, lies one of Sydney’s most exclusive golf venues, Royal Sydney Golf Club. Site to many tournaments, I was keen to see if this course lived up to all the hype.
An opportunity arose to play at one of Sydney’s northern Top 100 Golf Courses, Avondale Golf Club via an open day. So my regular playing partner Joe and I decided to head out to play the course.
It is not often I go to the Nations capital, Canberra. I’m not involved in politics so no real reason to visit. But I did need to keep the numbers ticking over on the top 100 golf list, so a visit to Federal Golf Club was necessary.
Another opportunity arose to play at Terrey Hills Golf and Country Club, so I didn’t hesitate to join. This Top 100 Golf club is set in the hills on the outskirts of the city, the course can prove to be quite challenging.
The journey was made north to tackle a Top 100 Golf course voted numerous times to be the best in Queensland. A trip through some great natural beauty has been created by Greg Norman and Bob Harrison.
Elanora Country Club, located high in the hills along the Northern Beaches of Sydney, was one of only two clubs left for me to play in my former home town. It turned out to be a gem.
An opportunity arose to play RACV Healesville Country Club, which is part of RACV Club in Melbourne. My friend James and I decided this would be a course worth visiting so off we ventured into the countryside.
The Heritage Golf & Country Club has been a course I have struggled to get a game on for a while. This ‘Signature’ Jack Nicklaus designed course is the first one to be built in Australia.
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