The Mornington Peninsula is a 80 minute drive from Melbourne. The rugged coastal area provides perfect links conditions with The National (3 courses), The Cape, The Dunes, Portsea and Moonah Links providing exceptional golfing experiences. The region is also famous for it’s wines, which are considered some of the finest in the country.
Eagle Ridge is an exceptional championship golf course located at The Cups on the Mornington Peninsula. The stunning clubhouse showcases views of the magnificent course, landscaped grounds and ornamental lakes. Its interior is equally impressive and comprises a ballroom, golf shop, spike bar and lounge.
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.
This links style layout is set amongst rolling sand dunes on the Nepean Peninsula. Portsea Golf Club rates as not only one of the best on The Mornington Peninsula, but countrty wide. Rated by Golf Magazine as number 23 in Australia.
RACV The Cape:
The Cape’s 18 hole championship golf course designed by American Robert Trent Jones Jnr in the early 1980’s. Perched high on one of Australia’s most spectacular coastal headlands, the course boasts stunning views over the majestic Southern Ocean and Port Phillip Bay.
St Andrews Beach:
St Andrews Beach is a quality public access course on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula. Natural sand dunes and grasslands on the magnificent 175-hectare site are an “architects dream” according to world-renowned American golf course architect Tom Doak.
Set on 300 acres of gently rolling sand dunes the 27 hole golf facility at The Dunes is Australia’s premier public access course. Located in the heart of The Mornington Peninsula “Cups” region, The Dunes maintains the highest standards of course maintenance and customer service matched only by the very best private clubs.