more than $22 million has been spent on the Black Bull course – an average of more than $1.2 million a hole.

Course Review: Black Bull GC, VIC

With record numbers hitting its fairways and a $35 million 4-star Sebel hotel on the way, there’s no stopping Black Bull Golf Club’s charge.

Darwin Golf Club

True North

As the weather begins to cool down, Australian golfers’ eyes will turn to our tropical regions. Here are two diverse options in our nation’s north.

Links Hope Island

Hope Springs Eternal

The mastery of the design at Links Hope Island remains as relevant today as when the course first opened almost 25 years ago.

Club Mandalay

New Territory

Melbourne’s northern suburbs are a relatively foreign landscape for golf. Yet Club Mandalay – 25 minutes from Melbourne airport – is set to take off.

Sandhurst Club

Memory Lane

In the southeastern suburbs of Melbourne, Sandhurst Club’s 36-hole Peter Thomson creation blends pure golfing nostalgia with an eye to the future.

Gil Hanse

Inside Track

Was Gil Hanse’s selection as the Olympic course architect fair?

Lee Trevino took home a set of Alex Faichney’s clubs and won the 1971 and 1972 British Open titles using a bag of Slazenger irons. However, he covered the Slazenger name with strips of adhesive tape because he was contracted to another equipment manufacturer.

Made In Australia

Long before PING, TaylorMade, Callaway and Nike became fashionable brands, Australia was a world leader in golf club manufacturing.

Pot Luck: Links Kennedy Bay

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

Wizards With Golf Clubs

The story of the Kirkwoods – Australian golf’s greatest father-and-son duo.