Tura Beach GC

Tura Beach GC- hole 4Tura Beach GC- hole 4 

Tura Beach is a housing development on the coast just north of Merimbula in NSW.

Included in the masterplan was The Tura Beach Golf Club designed by Peter Thomson and Michael Wolveridge and which opened for play in 1982


Tura Beach occupies a hilly site with occasional views of the sea.

Gum trees frame the fairways, and as you would expect from a Thomson Wolveridge course, the bunkering is strategic and challenging

Despite the undulating site, the course is quite walkable.

But with balmy warm weather, carts are popular here!


The standout holes are holes 4 & 5 in the sand dunes right on the beach- if only there was more land like this available to the course!

Nevertheless Thomson & Wolveridge have crafted a course with admirable variety given the site.

Holes head across, up and down the slopes providing a stiff test for all level of golfer


Tura Beach is well maintained throughout the year and welcomes visitors


Notable holes include:


- hole 2, a downhill par 5 with water surrounding the green

- hole 4, a par 5 playing parallel to the beach


Tura Beach adjacent to hole 4Tura Beach adjacent to hole 4 


- hole 5, a long par 3 across a pond


Tura Beach GC- hole 5Tura Beach GC- hole 5


- hole 9, a mid length par 3 with a long narrow green

- hole 14, a strong par  4 played down off the tee and the up to the green


Tura Beach GC- hole 9Tura Beach GC- hole 9

Tura Beach GC- hole 14Tura Beach GC- hole 14



- hole 18, a shorter par 5 finish where the emphasis is on holding the sloping fairway to allow a crack at the green..


Tura Beach GC- hole 18Tura Beach GC- hole 18


Tura Beach is a challenging course, and popular with both locals and visitors.

Green fee players should book ahead because the course does get busy!


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