Author: Golfmate

Victoria is considered Australia’s golf state. Considering approximately 275, 000 Victorians play golf, it’s not surprising. Victorians are spoilt for choice when it comes to golf courses.   According to Golf Australia, the following 10 golf courses in Victoria are ranked among the Top 100 in Australia.     Kingston Heath Golf Club, Heatherton Established in 1925, Kingston Heath Golf Club is a very exclusive club with access restricted to members...

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Many industries have experienced the effects of Covid-19 but how has the golf industry fared?   When each of the Australian states experienced lockdowns back in March, golf was one of the few sports that was legally allowed to be played. With the exception of Victoria, where golf was banned at this time, golf in Australia experienced a mini boom.   Golf clubs, manufacturers, retail and service providers all...

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The 2019 Golf Club Participation Report of Australia has been released. This annual in-depth report, compiled by Golf Business Advisory Services, provides analysis of the golf industry and how the sport is shaping up in Australia.   Information reported includes participation numbers by gender, age and state and other crucial information relevant to helping golf in Australia grow. Overall, the current report contains some promising results.   One of...

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  Western Australia is not only home to hundreds of golf courses but the golf courses in Australia’s Western most state offers some of the best views available.   Here are the top 10 golf courses in Western Australia.   Lake Karrinyup Country Club, Karrinyup Lake Karrinyup Country Club is known as Western Australia’s premier golf club and is also Australia’s hilliest championship golf course.   Founded in 1928, Karrinyup Country Club has...

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While well known for their spectacular wines, South Australia is also home to some of the best golf courses. Here are the top 10 golf courses in South Australia.   Royal Adelaide Golf Club, Seaton The Royal Adelaide Golf Club is a private golf course but has recently started offering limited access for visitors. It is one of Australia’s oldest golf courses and has hosted nine Open Championships...

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Golf contributes $1,225,433,256 to the New South Wales economy annually with approximately 360,000 people in New South Wales playing the sport.   So, where are people playing golf in New South Wales?   According to Golf Australia, the following 10 golf courses in New South Wales are ranked among the Top 100 in Australia.   New South Wales Golf Club, La Perouse The New South Wales Golf Club was officially opened in...

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