Golf Clubs

Four of Australia's finest golf courses
Clarendon Hills Bakers Gully Syrah (McLaren Vale)

Royal Adelaide Golf Club

The Royal Adelaide is one of Australia’s most esteemed golf courses. A traditional ‘links’ course, it has been an international championship venue for over a century.

Major Events:
2017 & 2020 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open
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Royal Adelaide Golf Club - Par 5, 2nd Green, Railway Line & Clubhouse / Photo: Gary Lisbon Golf Photography
Henschke Keyneton Euphonium Blend (Barossa Valley)

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.

Major Events:
2019 Queen Sirikit Cup
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Glenelg Golf Club - Par 4, 9th Hole / Photo: David Brand
Hentley Farm The Beauty Shiraz (Barossa Valley)

The Grange Golf Club

The Grange Golf Club is one of Australia's premier sporting venues. It has two internationally-rated 18-hole championship golf courses, both ranked in the top 50 golf courses in Australia.

Major Events:
2016 & 2019 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open
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The Grange Golf Club - Par 5, 16th East / Photo: Gary Lisbon
Rockford Basket Press Shiraz (Barossa Valley)

Kooyonga Golf Club

Kooyonga is a quintessential championship golf course in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide. It has been the venue for many international and interstate championships and has always enjoyed a high ranking amongst private clubs in Australia.

Major Events:
2018 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open
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Kooyonga Golf Club - Par 4, 6th Hole / Photo: David Brand

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