King Island Golf & Bowling Club- the par 3 third holeKing Island Golf & Bowling Club- the par 3 third hole

 

Those that journey down to King Island for a few days or more may be tempted to play the King Island Golf & Bowling Club.

The nine hole course has been sited in classic rolling linksland near Currie, and has been promoted in some circles as being possibly the best nine hole course in the world.  

Although I don't quite rate it in such august company, it would certainly provide an ideal warm up to the main event- playing the two new courses.

 

King Island Golf and Bowling ClubKing Island Golf and Bowling Club

 

King Island Golf and Bowling Club 2King Island Golf and Bowling Club- hole 3

King Island Golf and Bowling Club 3King Island Golf and Bowling Club- hole 3 from the tee

 

 

King Island Golf & Bowling Club is a traditional links course, with natural fescue turf, and rolling terrain

With the ever present wind a factor, it has a real Scottish feel..

 

Notable holes include:

 

- the short semi blind par 4 opening hole

- the picturesque par 3 third hole with ocean backdrop

- the short par 4 fifth hole which doglegs around the beach but tempts the longer hitter to take the shortcut over the water

 

King Island Golf and Bowling Club- hole 5King Island Golf and Bowling Club- hole 5

King Island Golf and Bowling Club- third hole greenKing Island Golf and Bowling Club- third hole green

 

 

Golf Tours

King Island Golf & Bowling Club features in a number of Travelling Golfer tours with Cape Wickham Links, and Ocean Dunes GC, or as part of The King Island and Barnbougle tours.

These trips can also be added to our tours of the Melbourne Sandbelt.

Please refer to Destinations: King Island



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