Discover some of the best golf courses across Australia on your next holiday!

We may be a little biased, but we’re definitely not the only ones who consider McCracken Country Club one of the best regional golf courses in South Australia, especially when you combine it with the resort facilities at hand. But if you’re a golfing enthusiast you know that Adelaide is also home to some of the Australia’s most highly rated golf courses and we invite you to come and play with us.

Clare Golf Course

You’re likely to be pleasantly surprised when you visit some of South Australia’s quality country courses. Clare Golf Club is an 18 hole par 72 course set amongst vineyards with natural challenges and a memorable 7th hole which requires a teeshot from over a natural creek from a teebed about 40m above the green.

Berri Golf Course

The Berri Golf Course is a favourite in the Riverland with beautifully presented grass greens and irrigated fairways lined with native trees and flowering shrubs. An easy walking layout makes for a very enjoyable game with gently undulating hills, swales and bunkers breaking the picturesque landscape. The men’s par 71, 6070m and ladies par 73, 5262m 18 hole course is forgiving for the less experienced, yet challenging for committed golfers wanting to test their skills.

Loxton Golf Course

Loxton’s superb golf course presents a relaxed and social atmosphere, perfect for golfing enthusiasts. The 18 hole course has been ranked among the Top Ten courses in South Australia, the Top 100 Australian country courses and the Top 40 Australian public access courses.

Victor Harbor & Fleurieu Golf Courses

The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to a number of highly rated golf courses. Book yourself a few nights at McCracken Country Club, and then play Links Lady Bay (Normanville), Victor Harbor Golf Course, South Lakes Golf Course (Goolwa) and Fleurieu Golf Course (Mount Compass) all within a 30 minute drive from your home base.

Four Reds

Bringing together four of the most prestigious and private golf courses in South Australia, the Four Reds experiences gives golfers the ultimate tailor-made experience combining premium wine with golf at The Grange Golf Club, Glenelg Golf Club, Royal Adelaide Golf Club and Kooyonga Golf Club.

Nullabor Links

The Nullabor Links is the world’s longest golf course, spanning across the Nullabor from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia to Ceduna in South Australia. The 18-hole par 72 golf course spans 1,365 kilometres with one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway. Each hole has a green and a tee with fairways made-up of the natural out-back style terrain.

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