Course Flyover: Nudgee Golf Club

Established in 1930, Nudgee Golf Club has produced many fine golfers, the best of which was Norman von Nida who won its club championship as a teenager.

Course flyover: Titirangi Golf Club

In terms of golf club marketing, there are few better tools than being able to credit Alister MacKenzie as course designer. Fortuitously, Titirangi Golf Club is blessed to have hosted MacKenzie during his whistle-stop tour of the Antipodes in 1926-1927 that changed the direction of golf Down Under.

Federal: Rain and gain

Federal Golf Club, just a few minutes drive from Parliament House, is currently in stunning condition.

Shepparton Golf Club

The course that Jarrod Lyle called home is a country gem not to be overlooked.

Course flyover: Hidden Valley Resort

With a restaurant, stylish accommodation, resort facilities plus a quality 18-hole course, it’s a destination that’s hidden no more.

Pacific Dunes

It’s certainly a must-play when you are in the stunning Port Stephens region, and with additional activities like whale watching, quad biking in the sand dunes and some local craft beer to sample, it’s set up for a great golf getaway.

Palm Lake Resort

The Palm Lake Resort brand is synonymous with luxury over-50s community lifestyle resorts. But did you know this family-owned Australian company was also responsible for bringing the 2020 Isuzu Queensland Open golf tournament back to the Sunshine Coast for the first time in 30 years?  Part of the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia, the $137,500 Read more…

Mie Magic

Exploring Mie prefecture; Japan’s spiritual home and premier golf tourism destination.

Gailes Golf Club

Playing to its strengths has made Gailes stronger than ever.