Visit Victoria: The National

From One Golden Age To Another

With 33 layouts in Australia’s Top 100 Golf Courses, Victoria leaves other states in its wake when it comes to world-class fairways. But what makes the Garden State so great for golf, far beyond its famed Sandbelt region?

Landscapes Princeville Makai Golf Club

Landscapes: Princeville Makai Golf Club, Hawaii

Since undergoing an extensive $6 million renovation in 2010, Princeville Makai has soared up the global golf-course rankings, including being named among the Top 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses in America by Golf Digest.

Cottesloe Golf Club

Top 100 Spotlight: Cottesloe Golf Club, WA

Settled on a parcel of land wedged between the Perth CBD and the Indian Ocean, Cottesloe is more parkland in style with many holes cascading down or climbing up the rolling site.

Hawaii

Love Island

Fantasy becomes reality when you pack your golf clubs along with your Aloha shirts and okanuis on a Hawaiian island getaway on Oahu.

South Australia: The West course at The Grange Golf Club is a highlight of golf in Adelaide.

Wonders Of The South

Not only does South Australia boast some of the nation’s best golf courses, the state is also responsible for half the wine production in the country. Which makes it most enticing for wine-loving golfers to consider as a prime golf destination.

Course Review: Gailes Golf Club, QLD

Gailes Golf Club boasts a storied history, yet in its 95th year it is a progressive approach that is exposing the course to a far more diverse demographic.

Landscapes: Moonah Links (Open Course)

A golf course devised with a ‘Home of Australian Golf’ and the Australian Open in mind, Peter Thomson’s Open course at Moonah Links is a supremely difficult test of execution.