With some of the most highly rated public access courses in Australia located within the Great Ocean Road region it’s little wonder many of the visitors who arrive are toting a set of golf clubs.

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Golf in Torquay

Set within the backdrop of the Torquay and Jan Juc beaches, The RACV Torquay Golf Club is a challenging course for all golfers. The 18-hole traditional links-style golf course was redeveloped by Ogilvy Clayton, a Melbourne design team headed by former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy and Mike Clayton, winner of many Australian and International tournaments. This fully irrigated Par 71 golf course features wide-open couch fairways, undulating greens, fescue roughs, wetlands and ocean views.

RACV Torquay Resort
1 Great Ocean Road, Torquay

Golf in Anglesea

Play a round at Anglesea with its resident kangaroo population, a must for anyone from abroad. These iconic Australian native animals live in the nearby forest and spend their days as unofficial green-keepers lounging on the fairways.

Anglesea Golf Club
1 Golf Links Road, Anglesea

Golf in Warrnambool

The Warrnambool Golf Course is a public access facility located just 2km of the regional city’s CBD, it makes for an ideal destination for the dedicated golf tourist, social golfing groups or family holiday makers. The Warrnambool Golf Club has operated on site since the early 1960’s and has developed a reputation for supplying a quality member experience through its weekly and annual program. The Club house is welcoming and provides a venue for a variety of functions whilst also providing a well stocked Pro Shop.

Warrnambool Golf Club
Younger Street, Warrnambool

Golf in Port Fairy

Port Fairy Golf Club is less than five minutes from the centre of charming, historic Port Fairy, which lies 290 kilometres west of Melbourne along the Princes Highway in the Shipwreck Coast and Great Ocean Road Tourism regions.

The Links Course was designed by Michael Clayton and is situated right along the coastline making for some spectacular views, while the course itself is consistently voted in the Top 50 public access courses in Australia.

Clubhouse facilities including bar and catering are available along with a stocked Pro Shop.

Port Fairy Golf Club
Woodbine Road, Port Fairy

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