Pack your clubs and experience the range and diversity of courses around Melbourne and regional Victoria. Enjoy stunning views of rivers, mountains and beaches, and play a round in the famous south-eastern sandbelt region where the climate, landscape and rich history create a golfing destination like no other.

The jewel is Royal Melbourne, Australia's number one course and Melbourne's golfing showpiece. The Alister Mackenzie design incorporates two classic 18-hole layouts featuring deep rough, strategically placed bunkers and fast, true greens.

There are many other public and private courses located close to the city and further afield. They range from resort-style layouts through to challenging suburban courses. Many have public access and cater for all handicaps and levels of experience. So don't leave home without your golf clubs when you visit Melbourne and Victoria, as you will be spoilt for choice. 

Top courses in Victoria


The following Victorian golf courses are ranked in Australia's top 100 courses for 2018 by Golf Australia.

1. Royal Melbourne GC (West Course)
4. Kingston Heath
6. Royal Melbourne GC (East Course)
11. The National GC (Moonah Course)
12. Victoria GC
13. St Andrews Beach
15. Metropolitan GC
16. Woodlands GC
17. The National GC (Old Course)
19. Barwon Heads GC

21. Thirteenth Beach Links (Beach Course)
22. Commonwealth GC
27. The Dunes GL
32. Yarra Yarra GC
33. Moonah Links (Legends Course)
39. Portsea GC
42. Spring Valley GC
43. Port Fairy GC
47. The Eastern GC (South Course)
50. The National GC (Long Island Course)
52. Huntingdale GC
53. Thirteenth Beach (Creek Course)
55. The National GC (Ocean Course)
56. Moonah Links (Open Course)

57. RACV Healesville CC
62. Sanctuary Lakes Club
64. Cranbourne GC
67. The Eastern GC (North Course)
68. Curlewis GC
69. Ranfurlie GC
78. Black Bull GC
83. Murray Downs G&CC
84. Warrnambool GC
86. Sorrento GC
88. Eynesbury
91. Riversdale GC
95. Yarrawonga-Mulwala GC (Murray Course)

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