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Mt Osmond Golf Club

Elevated 400m above sea level, Mount Osmond Golf Club commands spectacular views over Adelaide, the coastline and the Mt Lofty ranges. The 7th and 8th tees provide some of the best vistas of the

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Royal Adelaide Golf Club

A private club, open to members and invited guests only. Golf club members from overseas and interstate may apply to the Manager to establish playing conditions. Introduction from home club required.

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Adelaide Shores Golf Park

Kikuyu fairways with poa and bent greens, fully watered and flat terrain, always in great condition and enjoyable layout. Soft spikes required. Neat dress code. Bookings required. Course redesigned by

Echunga Golf Club

Set in picturesque Adelaide Hills with fully watered greens and fairways and an easy 30 minute commute from the City via the SE freeway and on through historic Hahndorf. The course offers a wide

Flagstaff Hill Golf Club

An undulating hills layout on fully watered pure couch fairways with fast, well manicured greens. Strategically bunkered with water in play on several holes.

Glenelg Golf Club

Designed by Vern Morcom, Neil Crafter, Bob Tuohy. Glenelg Golf Club offers a true world class challenge, recognised as one of Australia's premier golfing facilities. Distinct course complexity,

Grange Golf Club

A private club, open to members and invited guests. Golf club members from overseas and interstate are welcome to play at the green fee listed. Course availability and bookings can be made via the

Highercombe Golf & Country Club

Picturesque course set in undulating hills. Kikuyu fairways, Bent grass greens. Groups and corporate days encouraged. Neat dress code. Comps. Sat, Sun, Wed and midweek available. Bookings advised.

Kooyonga Golf Club

Designed by H.L Rymill, Kooyonga is a wonderful example of a championship golf course in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from Adelaide. It has been the venue for many International and

North Adelaide Golf Course

Nestled in the Northern Park Lands and just mins away from the CBD boasting spectacular views of the City of Adelaide. Golfers can enjoy the championship style South Course, whilst those new to the

Regency Park Golf Course

Regency Park was established in 1977, designed by Neil Crafter, and has been one of Adelaide's most playable and well maintained public golf courses and golf learning centres. It offers a challenge to

Stirling Golf Club

Picturesque hills course, 20 mins from CBD. Abundant flora and fauna, challenging layout. Slicks and soft spikes required. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Wed, Sat Ladies Comp. Thur, Sat Visitors with

Tea Tree Gully Golf Club

Wintergreen couch fairways and tees, Bent grass greens. Recent changes to the course by architect Graeme Grant have enhanced the tree lined course, a real golf challenge. Soft spikes required. Neat

Thaxted Park Golf Club

Opened in 1964, set on rolling hills offering views to the sea. Many tree lined fairways interwoven creeks and dams, abundance of wildlife. Many potential signature holes, with water carries and

The Vines Golf Club of Reynella

Fully irrigated Santa Ana fairways, Penncross bent grass greens. Soft spikes required. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Wed 7am - 1pm Ladies Comp. Tue 7am - 11am. No play Saturday. Bookings essential.

West Lakes Golf Club

The course, designed by architect Neil Crafter, has Santa Ana fairways and Bent greens. It is a flat terrain course with one lake, large wetland areas and challenging bunkering. Slicks and soft spikes

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