Golf Tourism Australia

The National Challenge

2 Nights 3 Rounds

From $990.00

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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. What has developed from the initial planning stages is a 54-hole golf mega-complex, featuring three world class golf courses – the Old National course (designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr), the new Moonah course (designed by Greg Norman and the Ocean course (designed by Thomson Wolveridge and Perrett) All three courses are voted in the top 40 in Australia with The Moonah course rated at number 9. Golf Tourism Australia gives you the opportunity to play all three courses in the ultimate test of golf. This package is ideal for groups of golfer’s who want to experience the best that the Mornington Peninsula can offer.

 

What's Included:

2 nights’ at a 4 star centrally located accommodation in Rye or Sorrento.
Twin Share
Breakfast each day
3 rounds of golf with motorized carts where available at
– The National Old Course
– The National Moonah Course
– The National Ocean Course
24 hour assistance during your stay

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Note: Only available to interstate or overseas golfers
Price is based on 2 people travelling.
2 nights from AU$990.00 per person — 4 Star

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  • The National Moonah Golf Club:

    The Moonah Course is set amongst large rolling sand dunes some two thousand meters from the Pacific Ocean. Other than the distinctive gnarled Moonah trees, which dot the landscape, it is a pure dunesland setting. However, the large scale of the dunes means broad slopes and forced carries, never an ideal situation for any architect. Furthermore, the wind blows equally strong from the northeast in the winter and the southwest in the summer. Designing a course with both extreme terrain and weather considerations is never easy, yet everyone associated with the project felt that there was indeed an inspiring course buried somewhere amongst this 250 acres of rolling dunes. The key was just to find.

  • The National Old Course:

    The original National course (Old Course) was open for play in 1988 and was designed by leading golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jnr. Trent Jones Jnr recently visited The National to look back on his creation and how it has improved over time. This course is a generally hilly course combining amazing coastal views, challenging ball carries and slick, undulating putting surfaces into a test of golf not previously seen in Australia. A number of holes provide spectacular views with the standout hole in terms of beauty being the 7th hole. A par 3 of 135 metres, it plays over a cavernous ravine to a large green which runs from left to right. The backdrop to this hole is the coastline of the Mornington Peninsula heading down to Portsea.

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