Huntingdale Golf Club, located in the heart of Melbourne's world famous 'sand belt' region is one of Australia's premier championship golf courses. Rising to fame in 1979 with the inaugural hosting of The Australian Masters, Huntingdale has emerged as one of the most recognisable golf courses in Australia, and the world.
Since 1979, Huntingdale has played host to some of the most famous names in world golf, including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo and world number one, Tiger Woods.
In 2008 Huntingdale celebrated the 30th consecutive year of hosting the Australian Masters and is justifiable recognised as 'Home of the Australian Masters'. Consistently rated as one of the best golf courses in Australia, Huntingdale is also the sand belt's youngest, established in its present location in 1941.
The course greets players with superbly manicured fairways, true greens and great memories of some of golf's finest gracing the fairways in The Masters over the past 30 years.
As well as their Championship Golf Course, Huntingdale Golf Club offers superb facilities pre and post golf. The clubhouse is perfectly located to ensure picturesque views of the course and surrounding gardens and can accommodate large groups ranging up to 200 guests. From a relaxed barbecue on the outdoor terrace overlooking the world famous 18th hole, to a formal buffet in the Members Dining Room, the options are endless at Huntingdale.
As a premium private Golf Club, a game of golf at Huntingdale offers an exclusive, unique experience that, outside of their Members and their guests, is only available to interstate and international guests with a valid handicap.
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