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Mandurah Region

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Cut (The) Golf Course

The Cut is one of Australia's most spectacular golf courses that will test the skill and emotions of those lucky enough to play it. Your golf will be challenged by the wind and large quick greens with

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Kennedy Bay (The Links)

Opened in 2000, designed by Michael Coate and the late Roger MacKay in conjunction with Ian Baker-Finch. This beautifully manicured course uses Bent grass for its greens and Windsor Green grass on the

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Meadow Springs Golf & Country Club

Firm, fast running pure couch fairways, gently undulating, well drained, Bent grass greens. Fully reticulated, the course is renowned for its peak condition throughout the year. There are four lakes

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Secret Harbour Golf Links

Graham Marsh design reflects the style of traditional Scottish links with fast running couch fairways (Windsor Green on the original 'Links' nine and Wintergreen on the'Dunes') opened in Feb 1999

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El Caballo Golf Course

Saltine greens, winter green and kikuyu fairways. Some hills, fully irrigated, 3 lakes plus other water hazards. Wildlife abundant course set in natural bushland. The Par 3 eighth hole is a favourite

Mandurah Country Club Inc

Set on a sandy hilltop above the Halls Head Peninsula, gently undulating couch fairways that wind between rows of mature Tuart, Marri and wattle trees. The greens are firm, mostly flat but with a few

Pinjarra Golf Club

Bent greens, couch & Kikuyu fairways, flat tree lined course with lakes and bunkers in play. Easy walking and well presented course. Soft spikes only. Strict dress code. Mens Comp. Wed, Sat Ladies

Point Walter Golf Course

Course is reasonably flat with some gradual slopes towards the end. All fairways are tree lined and greens are to an excellent standard. Minimal bunkers make for a fast round. Soft spikes only. Strict

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