Bargain hunters: Best-value golf experiences

What constitutes true ‘value’ when it comes to playing golf in Australia? Our editors weigh in on the best-value experiences money can buy, broken up into two categories: $50 and cheaper and less than $100.

Facility review: Black Bull Golf Club

A winner in the World Luxury Hotel Awards in Turkey, The Sebel Yarrawonga lays compelling claims to be Australia’s best golf resort.

Regional courses: Country comfort

With many capital-city courses overflowing with bookings or torrential rain, there’s never been a better time to head off the beaten track in search of that memorable round.

Hot links

A closer look at Victoria’s newest and must-play golf courses.

Still a golfing great

Ten courses that have a tee-time with your name on it right now.

Hole-hearted

The 36 Aussie golf holes you must play at least once in your life.

Road Trip

Roads To Recovery

You need not fly interstate for a golf getaway. Wherever you live, now’s the perfect time for a good old-fashioned road trip.

Town & Country

Whether you hug the coastline or head inland, outside our capital cities are many fine layouts just waiting to welcome you in customary country style.

Landscapes: Black Bull Golf Club

There are, quite obviously, more than three holes to play at Black Bull Golf Club on the Murray River, however it is a trio on the front nine that are the focal point of the fledgling layout.

20 Courses That Offer Bang For Your Buck

Identifying golf courses with the most value isn’t simply about finding the cheapest rounds, there’s an unwritten formula, including some combination of price, amount of fun, level of intrigue with the design, conditioning, overall experience and history.

Home On The Range

What value should golf clubs place on their practice facilities?

Murray Magic

Australia’s grandest watercourse is regarded in some quarters as the backdrop to the country’s No.1 golf destination. Spend any amount of time in the region and it’s not difficult to see why.