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Club Mandalay Golf Course

Course Review

Description Designed by five time British Open champion Peter Thomson and renowned golf course architect firm Thomson Perrett. They have successfully converted flat grazing farmland into a stunning contoured golf course that will challenge players of all skill levels. The course meanders through the residential estate with the generous wintergreen fairways and undulating greens. The strategically positioned and visually spectacular bunkers are one of the standout features of the course. Each hole features a range of tee positions that allow each player to take on the challenge that best suits their skill level. Soft spikes required. Neat dress code. For bookings call club or visit website.
430 - 450 Mandalay Circuit 
Beveridge VIC 3753
Directions (Just off the Hume Hwy, a relaxing 40 min drive North of Melbourne)
Golf Phone (03) 9037 3700
PGA Professional James Pratt
Hire Clubs $25, Buggies $4, Carts $40, $25 nine holes
Practice Practice chipping green and putting green
Club House Relax and unwind in the comfort of the clubhouse for breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring a delectable menu prepared by executive chefs. Open 7 days. The clubhouse features a restaurant, cafe, fully licensed bar and Urban Grocer.
Green Fees Weekend $59, $30 nine holes, midweek $49, $25 nine holes (Two for the price of one with Guide midweek only, subject to availability)
Saving $49
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On Course Living

Course Details

Holes 18
Length 6306
Slope (max) 132
GCG Ranking † 59
Design Rank † 38

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