Flat to gently undulating, fully irrigated, Couch/Kikuyu fairways and Bent grass greens. No bunkers, no water. Soft spikes only. Ladies Comp. Tues (visitors with handicap welcome) Mixed Comp. Sat
A nine hole course supported by 18 tees. The course is fully watered with undulating tree lined fairways and manicured greens. It is a 'sand belt' style course located close to the renowned Barnbougle
Undulating tree lined fairways with some hills. Watering to greens, tees and fairways. Excellent grass greens year round. Greenside bunkers first three holes. Neat dress code. Slicks preferred in
A beautiful and challenging scenic course surrounded on three sides by water, a number of bunkers on course. Strict dress code. Open Comp. Wed, Sat Ladies Comp. Tues, Thur Visitors welcome in comps.
Pretty course situated in Coal River Valley. Several dog legs and water in play on a few holes. Well treed with pines and native gums. Mens Comp. Sat Mixed Comp. Thur 9 - 10.30am outside daylight
Championship golf course designed by Thomson - Wolveridge. Large undulating Bent grass greens. Fully automatic watering system. Course open all year round. Club Comp. Sat and Wed am. Home of Prospect
Undulating fairways including water hazards and minimal bunkering, good greens. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat, Ladies Comp. Wed, Vets Comp. Tues, Chicken Run Thur (daylight savings). Visitors
Devonport Golf Club recently merged with two bowls clubs and a croquet club to form the Devonport Country Club. Boasting and an 18-hole Championship Golf Course, Three new outdoor bowling greens, two
Australia's most Southerly golf course. Undulating fairways with a dam on the sixth hole. All greens watered with two greens bunkered. Neat dress code. Mixed Comp. 10.30am Sun, nine holes Wed & Fri
Grass greens, gently undulating to flat fairways. Easy walking. Irrigated fairways, tees and greens provide top conditions all year round. Few bunkers and light rough. Creek runs through entire course
Fully irrigated course on undulating country with bunker, water and superb greens. Soft spikes and slicks required. Neat dress code. Men's Comp. Wed am Ladies Comp. Tue am Mixed Comp. Sat Visitors
Be challenged on this scenic nine hole links course touched by nature, open all year round. Comps. Sat 12.30pm Visitors welcome. Annual tournament June long weekend.
A well wooded course with tight driving holes and several man-made lakes. Comps. Wed, Sat Visitors and new members welcome.
Scenic views of the Tamar River. Undulating, tree lined course.Mens Comp. Wed, Fri, Sat Ladies Comp. Tues Vets Comp. FriVisitors most welcome. Annual subscriptions $300
A beautiful sand-belt nine hole course (eighteen tees), fully watered providing great playing conditions year round. Great views and set in a lovely location adjacent to Bass Strait at the mouth of
Flat course with grass greens. Fully watered greens and tees. Bunkers. Course open all year. Former site of the Llanherne Golf Club. Neat dress code. Bookings not required. Annual tickets available
Generally flat layout but not without a challenge. Fully watered fairways, next to the Huon River, excellent greens and 6 extra tees providing 18 different holes. Mens Comp. Wed, Fri, Sat Ladies Comp.
Grass greens, gently undulating, watered tees and greens. Bunkers on six holes and water in front of par 3 fourth & thirteenth. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat 7 - 11am, Wed 8 - 9.30am Mixed Comp.
Authentic coastal links set on a sandy base with undulating fairways and few trees, with12 greens and 18 tees. Some holes literally only metres from the ocean. The third hole is a Par 3 played from
A picturesque layout nestled beneath Mt Wellington. The first fairway plunges dramatically downhill, the course then winds alongside coastal and river flats. Excellent grass greens, lightly bunkered,
Carved out of natural bushland with well-manicured greens, tree lined fairways over a fully watered, well drained, gently undulating layout. Strict dress code. Predominantly white socks above ankle
Unique Links course designed by Peter Toogood comprising a layout of 9 greens, 18 tees and 12 flat fairways. Water in play on five holes. 4 Par 3's, 10 Par 4's and 4 Par 5's. Mens Comp. Sat Ladies
Popular well maintained course with lush fairways and good greens. Eleven holes, seven with alternate tees and two separate final holes that allow for finish in front of modern, extended clubhouse.
Grass greens, gently undulating with few hills. Watering to greens, tees and fairways. Open all year. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat 11am Ladies Comp. Tue 10am Visitors welcome at all times. Bookings
Picturesque undulating course situated in a valley at the bottom of Weld Hill. Grass greens. A few minor water carries add interest. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat and some Sun 10am, Ladies Comp. Wed
This well drained course overlooks the town of Waratah towards Mt Bischoff, 570m par 5, 5th hole one of the longest in the state.
Well treed, undulating course with four lakes, water in play on half the holes. Watered fairways, greens and tees. The first nine is flatter, with the second nine climbing a plateau. Neat dress code.
Generally flat, tight layout with narrow fairways and plenty of trees add to degree of difficulty. Watered greens, tees and surrounds. Strategic bunkers, 9th feature hole with full carry over water to
Picturesque layout. Narrow contoured tree-lined fairways, grassy mounds, sand bunkers and small fast greens. Fully automated watering system ensures ideal playing conditions year round. Mens Comp.
Australia's Southern most 18 hole golf Course. Grass greens, undulating with some hills. All tees, greens and fairways watered, 12 bunkers and three dams. Neat dress code. Comp. Wed, Sat Ladies Comp.
Fully watered greens, tees and fairways. Attractive layout with abundant birdlife.
Beautiful views over Spring Bay to Maria Island and Mercury Passage. Small green with some bunkers, 5 holes flat, 4 holes, gently undulating. Course fully watered, tree lined fairways. Soft spikes
Mainly flat with well-mounded greens. Few bunkers. Sixteen tees, scenic course. Visitors and new members welcome. Annual subs $210, ladies $125
Well maintained, gently undulating watered fairways, tees and greens. Tree lined fairways. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat Ladies Comp. Wed Vets Comp. Thur Members Fees $350. Green fee players welcome
Gently undulating fairways, easy walking, grass greens, bunkers and lakes. This course borders on Orealton Lagoon which is a bird sanctuary. Many species of birdlife may be seen all year round. Neat
Small raised greens, sloping fairways. Nestled beneath the Western Tiers the course provides views of mountains and farmland. Host to Tasmania's longest running Pro-Am held each January. Visitors and
Course is built around the Shearwater Resort, the 431 m Par 5 second hole being rated as one of the most difficult holes because of the dog-leg to the right and out of bounds to the left. Neat dress
Quamby's golf course is a rare gem on the Tasmanian golf circuit. It is positioned on a high elevation with magnificent views to Ben Lomond in the East and the Great Western Tiers to the South.
Short, tight course. Heavy in winter due to West coast climate. Summer conditions are excellent. Ladies Comp. Wed Mixed Comp. Sat, Sun Annual subscriptions $100
Australia's oldest golf course, in historic township of Bothwell, luxury accommodation on site. Features interesting mix of holes and links style golf across the estate and around Clyde River. Founded
Spectacular views over Barilla Bay, Pittwater and Midway Point.Mens Comp. Thur, Sat Ladies Comp. Wed Chicken run Wed during daylight saving. Visitors and new members welcome. Handicap required to play
Gently undulating fairways, grass greens. Watered greens and tees.
Ladies Comp. Tues Members Comp. Sun
Championship course. Tight tree-lined fairways, four water hazards. Picturesque and demanding. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sat Ladies Comp. Sun am, Tues am Midweek Comp. Wed11am Vets Comp. Wed 8.30am
Set in natural bush with scenic views. Undulating. Feature hole par 5 8th, dogleg uphill to a two-tiered green surrounded by rainforest.
Grass greens, some hills, watered greens, tees and fairways. Views over Derwent River. Open to all 7 days a week. Bookings advised. Memberships available.
Royal Hobart Golf Club was formed in 1916 and has resided at Seven Mile Beach since 1963. Long considered Tasmania's premier member's club, Royal Hobart is situated only 20 kilometers from the city, 5
Lush, gently undulating fairways bordered by Blackwood & Douglas Firs. Grass greens. Watered fairways, 10 bunkers. Large lake provides challenge on 7th and 8th holes. Neat dress code. Mixed Comp. Sat
Generally flat, picturesque course with grass greens, sandy bunkers and watered tree-lined fairways. Second nine links style. Feature hole called Razorback. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Wed 8 - 1pm
Heavily wooded, undulating course with views of Mt Roland. Feature hole 210m par 3 sixth with water beyond the green. Visitors welcome. Club championship March. Membership $275
Tough little course with plenty of bunkers, trees and several water hazards to challenge low markers. Lush, gently undulating fairways reflect the area's high rainfall. Well maintained course with
Green and tree-lined gently undulating course with bunkers and water hazards. Suncoast Classic Tournament June. Annual subs $250.
Situated around a football oval, race track and bowls green. Flat, well grassed course. Seventh, 105m par 3 holds a few surprises named Misery. Mens Comp. Sat Ladies Comp. Wed Mixed Comp. Sun
A typical links style, relatively flat with watered greens, tees and tree-lined fairways, bunkers and dam. Relaxed dress code. Mens Comp. Tues, Thur, Sat Visitors with handicaps may enter. Bookings
Grass greens, flat easy walking. Watered greens. Neat dress code. Mens Comp. Sun pm Ladies Comp. Sat pm Twilight comp daylight savings Wed and Fri 4.30 onwards Green fee players welcome to enter
Picturesque seaside course within walking distance of town centre. Gently undulating tight tree lined fairways with small putting greens. Wayward golfers have the choice of three cemeteries to hit
A unique coastal course located on the northern coast of Tasmania. Established in 1991, a picturesque nine green, eighteen hole irrigated course situated in the coastal village of Tam O'Shanter. Three
Undulating course skirting the cliff of Point Puer. Watered greens and tees, few bunkers, one central dam in play on three holes. Tight layout carved from coastal tea-tree. Feature hole (eighth) with
Championship coastal links style course. A challenging layout with breathtaking views over water. Undulating to gently hilly tree lined fairways, strategic bunkering surrounding the large and quick
Flat fairways, grass greens, some hills. Watered greens, tees and fairways, some bunkers. Neat dress code. Ladies Comp. Wed (Members only) Mens Comp. Sat (Members only except invitation days Mixed
Located 18km east of Devonport, the club is in the farming district of Thirlstane and is surrounded by natural bushland. Originally designed by Peter Toogood, the course is one of the best nine hole
Tasmanian forest borders picturesque and highly rated course. Undulating fairways and an abundance of trees. Excellent grass greens. Fully watered fairways with sand bunkers and feature lake. Various
A truly picturesque undulating links course bordered by Bass Strait and the Inglis River. Alternate tees provide variation for the second nine. Ladies Comp. Wed Mixed Comp. Sat Annual subscriptions
Short tough course. Elevated greens. Surrounded by mountain ranges with picturesque views. Visitors and new members welcome. Annual subscriptions $80. Family and other concessions apply.