The 7th tee at RACV Royal Pines

RACV Royal Pines Aroona Binnowee Course (Old)

The final round for my Gold Coast week was being held at RACV Royal Pines Resort Aroona Binnowee course, previously in the Top 100 Golf back in 2008. This would be where the weeks winner would be decided.
The 4th green at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort Bungool Course

Riverside Oaks Golf Resort Bungool Course

Heading out to the wild west, to play a new entry into the Top 100 Golf list, was the fairly new Bungool course at Riverside Oaks Golf Resort. Completed in 2014, this made history becoming Sydney's first 36 hole club.
The 12th Green at the Ocean Club

Ocean Club

Travelling to the Bahamas for some R&R, I always like to get a game of golf in when visiting different places. Spending a few days at Atlantis Resort enabled me to gain access to the Ocean Club, so I jumped at the chance for this previous Top 100 Golf Resort course.
The 4th tee at Barnbougle Lost Farm

Barnbougle Lost Farm

Making the trip to Tassie, it would be unforgivable to not sneak a game in at one of the countries best public courses, Barnbougle Lost Farm. The rise of this course to near top of the rankings has been dramatic.
The 8th tee at Sanctuary Cove Palms Course

Sanctuary Cove Golf & Country Club Palms Course

Having traveled up for a week of golf with a group from my local golf club (plus some ring ins), Sanctuary Cove Golf & Country Club Palms course was the official first game for the week.
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.