Test yourself in the ‘Bull Ring’ – if you dare. Peter Thomson’s Murray River gem features a self-styled Amen Corner. Like the famed Augusta National Golf Club, a stunning three-hole stretch can make or break your round.
In the late 1990s, prominent West Australian golf architect Michael Coate and the late Roger Mackay teamed up with 1991 British Open champion Ian Baker-Finch to design Links Kennedy Bay. What they wanted was to give Western Australia a fitting tribute to the links courses of Scotland. What they got was a golf course that is continually ranked among Australia’s top 25
When alluvial gold was discovered in Kalgoorlie in the 1890s, tens of thousands rushed to Western Australia trying to strike it rich. More than 120 years later, it's golf drawing people to this historic region of Western Australia.
Cape Wickham is creating headlines around the golf world, and Barnbougle Dunes is Aussie golf course royalty. But Tasmania has many unheralded tracks that’ll make your whirlwind golf tour of the Apple Isle unforgettable.