Adelaide is home to a number of golf courses rated amongst Australia’s Top 100, including the prestigious Royal Adelaide GC and Kooyonga GC. South Australia is also regarded as the winemaking centre of Australia, so why not take in a few days off and combine enjoy some fantastic golf courses with superb beachside accommodation, while also sampling some fine wineries in either the Barossa Valley or McLaren Vale region.
Glenelg Golf Club:
Recognised as one of Australia’s premier golfing facilities, Glenelg Golf Club offers a world class challenge. The course complexity is envied by many rival clubs, while its strategic design elements, impeccable turf quality and beachside aspects provide for a truly memorable day of golf.
Grange Golf Club:
They say you can’t recreate history, but we are not so sure. Greg Norman has redesigned the East Course at The Grange Golf Club, so you can experience all the excitement, frustration and satisfaction that he did, when he won his first professional event here 36 years ago.
Kooyonga Golf Club:
Kooyonga Golf Club is a wonderful example of a championship golf course in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide.
After your round of golf, Kooyonga Golf Club will serve you with Rockford Basket Press Shiraz, a famous Shiraz from Rockford Wines, a Halliday five-star winery in the Barossa. You’ll also enjoy an antipasto and cheese platter.
Royal Adelaide Golf Club:
The Royal Adelaide is one of Australia’s most famous golf courses. This traditional ‘links’ course has been the venue for many international and interstate matches and championships for over 100 years.