AN ESCORTED GOLF TOUR OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE & THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA
You then drive down to the seaside villages of the Mornington Peninsula where you play The National, stay in the village of Flinders and enjoy a degustation dinner with matching wines at the acclaimed Pt Leo Estate.
The tour finishes in Melbourne at the Victoria Golf Club, famous for its on-course accommodation, history and hospitality. A round of golf is followed by a farwell dinner in the clubhouse at Victoria GC.
This trip is escorted by local experts who will ensure you get the most out of your time in Australia.
- 9 nights accommodation, including daily breakfasts, Four Seasons Sydney, Crown Promenade Melbourne, Quarters Flinders, Victoria Golf Club
- 6 rounds of golf: New South Wales, Royal Melbourne West, Kingston Heath, Victoria, Metropolitan, The National
- Welcome dinner
- Farewell dinner
- Exclusive Tour gift as a momento of your trip
- Full day tour to Blue Mountains
- Degustation dinner with matching wines at Pt Leo estate
- Flight from Sydney to Melbourne
- Tickets to an AFL match at MCG, or guided tour of Melbourne
- All Land Transfers by private luxury vehicle
- Fully escorted, small group tour
Package does not include:
Caddies at Royal Melbourne, $140 per player and $160 two players, based on 2019 price
Carts and motorised buggies. These can be pre booked through The Travelling Golfer.
Please Note: a medical certificate is required to hire ride-on carts at all courses.
Meals unless mentioned in inclusions
New South Wales
The New South Wales Golf Clubis a links style golf course situated on the rugged cliffs in La Perouse, a suburb of Sydney. It was designed by the famous golf course architect Alister McKenzie in December 1926. Several holes overlooks the Tasman Sea and Botany Bay and it regularly rates in the top 50 golf courses in the world. It is a private members club with limited access to the public.
Royal Melbourne West
Royal Melbourne's two courses, the East Course and the West Course, are each ranked amongst the best in the world. Royal Melbourne has hosted numerous national and international events, most famously the 1959 Canada Cup, and the 1970 World Cup. It was selected by the PGA Tour to hold the Presidents Cup for the first time outside the United States in December 1998 and again in 2011. The Club will also host the Presidents Cup again in 2019. The West course is generally regarded as the best course in Australia and Top 10 in the World.
Kingston Heath has a ranking of 2 in Australia and 21 in the world, making it not only one of Australia's, but also one of the world's leading golf clubs. The 18 holes were built on only 50 hectares (most courses in the modern era are built on over 100 hectares), it is perfectly manicured and its bunkering and clever use of dips and hollows visually fools the non-observant golfer. If you wildly deviate from the fairway, the rough (comprising long grass, tea- tree and sandy scrapes) will test your ability to get the ball back into play.
Metropolitan GC is known as the best conditioned course in Australia, and one of the best in the world - comparisons have even been made with Augusta National because of the magnificent carpet of Santa Ana couch fairways, and immaculate presentation of bunkers and greens.
But Metro has more to offer than its wonderful presentation. It is a joy to play, and demands a golfer put some thought into his game. The fairways are wide, but the distinctive clean edged bunkering is everywhere. Fairway bunkers push you one way off the tee, and then challenge you again with approaches to greens amply protected by more sand.
The new clubhouse at Metro is superb, and the service levels for visitors and members are world class. To date Metropolitan has hosted 7 Australian Opens, 5 Australian PGA's, 5 Australian Amateur Championships, and 10 other professional tournaments of note. A joy to play.
The National is a private club which boasts 3 world class courses. The Old Course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, The Moonah designed by Greg Norman amd the newly remodelled Gunnamatta Course designed by Tom Doak. The Old Course is one of the true tests of golf especially if the wind is up. Strategic ball positioning is a must. The greens are large and tiered with unsurpassed ocean views. The Moonah Course is a links course built on breathtaking coastal dune land with indigenous trees scattered throughout its rugged rolling hills. Rated 12 in Australia it is a strong test of golf. The Gunnamatta opens for play in Spring 2019 and promises to be a challenging but fair test of golf that takes advantage of the ocean views and rolling dunes. The state-of-the-art Clubhouse is surrounded by stunning wild vegetation and magnificent views of the sea.
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Based in Melbourne, with years of experience leading tours throughout the world, our team just loves showing off Australia's courses to International visitors. And they are guaranteed to bring an Australian flavour to your trip down under. All of our team have first hand knowledge of the golf courses and will ensure you get the most out of your time here.