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Monash Country Club

Address: Powder Works Rd, Ingleside NSW 2101
Proshop: 02 9913 8282
Email: proshop@monashcc.com.au
Website: www.monashcc.com.au
Comments: Monash Country Club is situated high on the hills above Narrabeen and is approx. 21 kilometres from the Sydney CBD. The James Herd Scott designed course opened in 1950. The acclaimed par 72 layout sits high in the hills of Ingleside on the beautiful Northern Beaches of Sydney, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean from the Clubhouse and course alike. The sense of serenity as you drive down the tree lined driveway is one all golfers should experience. Even though the course is challenging, it still allows golfers of all abilities to enjoy themselves; which is a true testament to its design. Monash Country Club can offer a great experience and opportunity for those who like to work on their game. A full size driving range with real ‘Turf’ hitting and undercover facilities as well as a specific short game area, putting green and nets are available. The Clubhouse facilities and golf course are constantly being reviewed to provide first class amenities for the Members.

Maroochy River Golf Club (formally Horton Park Golf Club)

Website: http://maroochyrivergolfclub.com.au/
Comments: Designed by Graham Marsh Golf Design, will be completed in June 2015, the new Horton Park Golf Course will be an exceptional addition to the Sunshine Coast with an outstanding design built for playability and enjoyment.

Stonecutters Ridge

Website: www.stonecuttersgc.com.au/
Comments: Meticulously designed by Greg Norman and his team, the world-class 18 hole championship golf course at Stonecutters Ridge has been designed to rank among Australia’s Top 100 Courses. One of the many appealing aspects of the Greg Norman designed golf course is how the 6,328 metre, par 72 course sits amongst the rolling topography of the site. Framed by the natural meanderings of Eastern Creek and surrounding bushland, the course landscape reflects the characteristics of its natural surrounds. Designed with three distinct landscaping themes in mind, each aspect complements the overall development and provides a range of sensory experiences as players travel around the course. Intimidating bunkers, challenging greens and impressive water features are all hallmarks of a Greg Norman design. Reciprocal access to this club is restricted to seven (7) day members only.

Settlers Run Golf & Country Club

Website: www.settlersrungcc.com.au
Comments: Greg Norman’s design has taken the best elements of Melbourne’s renowned sandbelt courses and incorporated them into a dramatic, natural golf setting. The design takes advantage of the undulating landscape and natural wetlands to create a layout that fits seamlessly with the surrounding environment. The bunkering is a key feature of the design, with Norman taking inspiration from Alister MacKenzie’s work at famed Royal Melbourne and Kingston Heath. The fairways have been designed to provide generous landing areas to accommodate golfers of all levels. Settlers Run offers members and guests a range of world-class facilities including a state-of-the-art clubhouse with a gym, tennis courts, swimming pool, golf shop, bar/bistro and Vue restaurant. The course was rated number 40 in the latest Australian Top 50 Golf Course ranking conducted by Golf Australia magazine. Reciprocal access to this club is restricted to seven (7) day members only.

The Vintage

Website: www.thevintage.com.au/
Comments: The Vintage Golf Club features an 18-hole Greg Norman designed golf course which has been ranked among the best in Australia. The 18-hole course measures 6,310 metres with a par of 71 and is one of the only Greg Norman designed public access golf course in the Hunter Valley and NSW. Reciprocal access to this club is restricted to seven (7) day members only.

Sanctuary Lakes Golf Club

Website: www.sanctuarylakesclub.com.au/
Comments: Sanctuary Lakes Club offers an unsurpassed range of facilities for its members including an 18 hole Greg Norman designed championship golf course. Demanding considerable concentration and an appreciation of the effect of weather on golf strategy, the links style layout is testing to the novice and challenging to the champions. With Santa Anna Couch fairways, hardy Fescues and native grasses for the rough and fast and true greens all being meticulously maintained and groomed, it’s little wonder that Sanctuary Lakes hosted the Men’s Victorian PGA Championship for 5 years. Reciprocal access to this clus is restricted to seven (7) day members only.

The Grange Golf Club

Website: www.grangegolf.com.au
Comments: The Grange Golf Club is one of South Australia's premier sporting venues with two internationally rated 18 hole golf courses. Grange has previously held major professional events including the West Lakes Classic and the South Australian Open and PGA events. The Club has also hosted all major Australian Amateur events including the Australian Amateur and Interstate Team Australian Junior as well as Australian Lady Amateur events. Grange West went through a major redesign in 2007 managed by Mike Clayton Golf Designs. The subtle changes to the course included replacing all eighteen Greens and the reshaping of a few fairways. The end result is a challenging new course that is going to be enjoyed by all. The East course has recently been redesigned by Greg Norman and is a supurb addition to the club to make one of the best 36 golf clubs in the country.

Pelican Waters Golf Club

Website: www.pelicangolf.com.au
Comments: Pelican Waters Golf Club has intelligently integrated a 6,289 metre championship golf course with the existing natural landscape to deliver a challenging golfing terrain. With its enviable backdrop of the majestic Glasshouse Mountains and nestled within the heart of the master planned community of Pelican Waters, our club offers the golfing enthusiast one of the most unique and rewarding golf courses on the Sunshine Coast. Reciprocal access to this club is restricted to seven (7) day members only.

Claremont Golf Club

Address: 1 Bournville Crescent Claremont Tasmania 7011
Clubhouse: (03) 6249 1000
Email: cgcgolf@bigpond.net.au
Website: www.claremontgolf.com.au/
Comments: Claremont is the only private Golf Club situated in the northern suburbs of Hobart and is within close proximity of the city and surrounding suburbs. The club has a long history in the area, and the membership spans all standards of golfer: from single figure golfers, through to the social golfer who enjoys a relaxing game with friends. The award winning clubhouse provides full catering and bar facilities, making it the ideal 19th hole. From a light snack with friends, through to a fully catered function, the clubhouse can accommodate all

Corowa Golf Club

Address: Hume Street Corowa NSW 2646
Website: www.corowagolf.com.au
Comments: Nestled on the Murray River and boasting all amenities for the perfect getaway, Corowa Golf Club has a sizzling 27 hole championship golf course, pro shop, modern clubhouse and motel.

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