Come and be surprised by captivating panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay, Bass Strait and the Mornington Peninsula, matched by a beautifully manicured and challenging golf course that offers excellent
Good grass greens, fully watered, good wet weather course, picturesque with water hazards. Slicks required. Soft spikes or sports shoes. Neat dress code. Members Comp. mid week twice monthly Twilight
Public Golf Course with grass greens, fully watered course, undulating tree lined fairways, bunkers, water hazards. Neat dress code. Slicks and soft spikes required. Mens Comp. Mon am, Sat am, Ladies
Cerberus Golf Club est. 1946 as part of HMAS Cerberus, with views of Hanns Inlet and Western Port Bay. An undulating and challenging course with nine greens and eighteen tees. Neat dress code.
Perched high on the cliff tops, views across Western Port to Phillip Island and the rugged Bass Strait coastline provide a stunning panorama. Classic coastal links, famous cliff top coffin hole a true
9 Hole club in Frankston commonly known as the milliionaires club. The course is not open to the public
The pure Bent grass greens complement the wonderful Couch grass fairways making Mornington Golf Club a 'jewel of the peninsula'. Neat dress code. Soft spikes only. Bookings essential at all times.
A links style layout set amongst rolling sand dunes and coastal vegetation with spectacular views across Port Phillip Bay. Undulating Santa Ana couch fairways, slick greens and strategic bunkering.
Grass greens, flat, Gold Coast style course with palms, bunkers and 17 lakes. Automatic watering. Course will challenge most golfers. Neat dress code. Slicks when advised. Ladies Comp. Tues Mixed
Sorrento Golf Course is an immaculate, undulating course with all year playability set on a sand and limestone base. It is not an overly long course, but there are many challenging holes that require
One of the premier 'pay to play' courses in Australia. Located in the famous Cups region on the Mornington Peninsula and designed by internationally renowned architect Tom Doak (also the designer of