Golf Courses

Throw your clubs in and make your way around premier golfing destinations. Set in stunning coastal views, when you test your skills in the Bellarine Peninsula region which has some of Australia's best golf courses.  Of the 10+ courses within the region, 6 are ranked in Australia's top 100;

Portarlington Golf Club
The course is a challenging tree lined course with a wonderful variety of golf holes, pure putting surfaces and excellent year-round conditioning. The Club is committed to improving all aspects of the golf course to ensure the best possible playing conditions can be assured for our members and guests.
13th Beach Golf Links
The links is famously known for its two courses, with first class conditioning all year round. The Creek Course has gently undulating couch fairways, and huge, deep bunkers filled with yellow sand. The Beach Course Long rough, firm and fast greens, and the formidable presence of Mother Nature all contributing to make the scoring of par a difficult task.
Clifton Springs Golf Club
Clifton Spring course is challenging 18-hole layout, can trace its origins back to the late 19th century.  It is believed it first took shape as part of a clifftop hotel development catering for holidaymakers coming by paddle steamer to the nearby mineral springs.
Queenscliff Golf Club
What a unique Island setting with fresh air, natural beauty and tranquility. The absolute beauty of the course and its' environs is not lost on the Golfers, as it changes with the time of day, the light, the sea breezes, and the change of seasons.
Curlewis Golf Club
This course with a sandy base, a minimum of trees, and naturally undulating couch fairways.  With challenging bunkers and firm, fast greens, it is the wind that often determines the level of playing difficulty. The course measures 6,150 metres and is a challenging par-72. A challenge for players of all standards and a true test of golfing ability.



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