Combine the very best of Australia & New Zealand into one unforgettable golf experience. Play 10 out of the top 100 golf courses in the world.
Royal Melbourne Golf Club:
Founded in 1891, Royal Melbourne is Australia’s oldest and most prestigious golf club. Its West and East courses are respectively ranked number 1 and 6 in Australia. The West course is a course to rival the best in the world. The clubs initial routing was altered by the great golf course architect, Alister Mackenzie in 1926. (no cart)
Kingston Heath Golf Club:
Kingston Heath is one of Australia’s premier golf clubs. located in the world-renowned sandbelt region in the south east suburbs of Melbourne, it is almost universally regarded as the second best course in the country and is ranked 27th in the world. Its superb conditioning is the envy of many a rival club. (no cart)
The Metropolitan Golf Club:
Throughout its rich history Metropolitan has challenged the best players in the world. In total the Club has hosted seven Australian Opens, five Australian PGAs, the 2001 World Match Play Championship, and the 2009 Women’s Australian Open. In more recent times, the Club has hosted the 2014 Australian Masters, the 2016 Australian Amateur Championship (for the sixth time) and in November 2018, hosted the World Cup of Golf for the first time.
Rated number 2 Golf Course in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine and Number 11 in the World by U.S. Golf Digest, The Dunes, with its spectacular vistas of Tasmania’s North East Coast, is a spectacular example of traditional Links golf. The 18 hole championship layout was designed by course architects Tom Doak and Mike Clayton.
Ranked #2 public course in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine, and #23 in the World by US Golf Digest, the Lost Farm course is an exciting challenge for Golfers of all levels. The sand dunes on which Lost Farm is located are steeper and more dramatic than those of Barnbougle Dunes, making it a remarkably different course.
New South Wales Golf Club:
Known to many as ‘La Perouse’, this Alister Mackenzie layout is a shining jewel amongst Australia’s golfing gems and a must-play course if you are visiting Sydney. It offers everything you would expect from a world-class links course – plenty of undulation, excellent well-paced greens and spectacular sea views. (inc shared golf cart)
Gulf Harbour Country Club:
Venue of the 1998 World Cup of Golf with spectacular ocean front holes that are framed by the sparkling water of the Hauraki Gulf. Located on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, just north of Auckland and meanders through native grasses and vegetation and has a natural look and feel from start to finish.
Titirangi Golf Club:
Just 20 minutes from downtown Auckland, Titirangi is consistently rated in New Zealand’s top five courses. Designed by Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, it is the only MacKenzie course in New Zealand. A must play for any golf enthusiast.
The National Golf Club:
The National Golf Course at Cape Schanck has long been recognised as one of the most spectacular courses in the country, and when new land was acquired nearby back in 1996 to build two links style courses it looked every bit as good. Featuring three world class golf courses – the Old National course (designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr), the Moonah course (designed by Greg Norman) and the new Gunnamatta course (designed by Tom Doak All three courses are voted in the top 20 in Australia.
Moonah Links provides an opportunity for all golfers to play genuine championship courses; the West Course being a “Stadium” style Links course built for The Australian Open. No longer will memberships be a prerequisite for Australian Open standard golf.