Whilst in Brisbane to complete the remaining courses on the Top 100 Golf list before heading to Cape Wickham, I decided to revisit Royal Queensland Golf Club.
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.
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.
Due to an association with a group I’m involved with, an opportunity arose to play at Bonnie Doon Golf Club. This was the last course in NSW to complete from the Top 100 Golf list.
Sorrento Golf Club is located in one of Australia’s great golfing regions, the Mornington Peninsula. With no less than nine courses ranked in the top 100, it is an ideal place to organise a golf getaway.
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,
The most private golf course in Australia was always going to be one of the biggest challenges faced trying to complete the Australian Top 100 Golf list so managing to play Ellerston was a feat.
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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.
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.