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The Glades Golf Club

The Glory of The Glades on Queensland's Gold Coast

When Australian golf fans talk of modern era golfers, two of their own from "down under" stand out with three British Open victories between them. Greg Norman needs no introduction, and for that matter, neither does Ian Baker-Finch. Combine the two of them into the design and ownership of a golf course and you are bound to have something special.
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Victoria Golf Club

The Historic Sandbelt Region: Something for Every Type of Golfer in Australia

A traveling golfer's dream destination may go something like this: impeccable climate, exotic scenery, and immaculate championship courses stooped in golf history.
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Dunes Golf Links

Roadtrippin' Down Under: Part 3: Heaven on Earth

Our previous episodes saw us travel south from Sydney, following the Pacific Ocean along the New South Wales South Coast and the Eurobodalla coast. Today, we set out for a drive that will take us through the Sapphire Coast of southern New South Wales and into the Gippsland district of Victoria. We will then make our way towards our ultimate destination; the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
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  • Victoria Golf Club The Historic Sandbelt Region: Something for Every Type of Golfer in Australia

    A traveling golfer's dream destination may go something like this: impeccable climate, exotic scenery, and immaculate championship courses stooped in golf history.
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  • Dunes Golf Links Roadtrippin' Down Under: Part 3: Heaven on Earth

    Our previous episodes saw us travel south from Sydney, following the Pacific Ocean along the New South Wales South Coast and the Eurobodalla coast. Today, we set out for a drive that will take us through the Sapphire Coast of southern New South Wales and into the Gippsland district of Victoria. We will then make our way towards our ultimate destination; the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
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  • Narooma Golf Club Roadtrippin' Down Under - Part 2: The Eurobodalla Coast

    You'll recall that in our last instalment, we traveled from Sydney's southern boundary through the Illawarra region. Our last stop-over was in Nowra, and today we prepare for the second leg of our journey down the magnificent Eurobodalla coast. The temperate climate means you can enjoy the Eurobodalla at any time, and the locals say the oysters here are the best in the world. Throw in some great golf courses, and sounds like it might be hard to take, doesn't it?
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  • Russell Vale Golf Course On the road Down Under: A trip from Sydney toward Melbourne

    Remember the good old days? Those days when you would jump in the car with a bunch of guys, load up with goodies and head off down the road? Well folks, it's time for a road trip with a difference - we're going to throw the clubs in the back, and head south from Sydney.
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  • Australian Reptile Park New South Wales Central Coast: A playground in the sun

    Just beyond the Hawkesbury River on Sydney's northern boundary lies a rich playground of unspoiled golden beaches, placid lakes, lush rainforest walks and superb National Parks known as the Central Coast.
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  • The course is filled with peril, but it's exhilarating peril with equal reward when you get it right. There are numerous blind shots through the natural flora and fauna. If you hit a bad shot, and you will, who cares when you are in heaven. I mean it. Besides, golf is just a byproduct here. The natural setting, awe inspiring, is just the way it was 70 years ago when MacKenzie laid the course through it.
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  • Murray Downs Resort Murray Downs Resort: A Riverside Challenge

    The Murray River, Australia's longest, is predominantly the dividing line between the states of New South Wales and Victoria and it has many fine golf courses along its 3,719 kilometres (2,310 miles). None more so though than the splendid Murray Downs Resort in Swan Hill, some three and a half hours drive northwest from Melbourne, unquestionably Australia's golfing capital.
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