Month: April 2020

13th Beach (Creek Course)

The second course at 13th Beach Golf Links, the Creek Course, was designed by Tony Cashmore in conjunction with 6 time major championship winner Sir Nick Faldo, and is a worthy and wonderful compliment to the Beach Course. It was opened for play in 2004. The Creek Course has gently undulating couch fairways, and deep […]

13th Beach (Beach Course)

13th Beach is a 36-hole development that stretches for two miles along Barwon Heads’ famous surfing beach. Designed by Tony Cashmore, and opened in 2001, it is built on a former asparagus farm and features two diverse and spectacular courses. The older of the two, the Beach Course, starts by taking golfers in a loop […]

Barwon Heads Golf Club

The Barwon Heads Golf Club (founded in 1907) moved to its present home, alongside the coastal dunes of the Bellarine Peninsula, in 1921. A links designed by Royal Melbourne professional, Victor East, and built using horses to plough the hand-planted fairways, tees and greens. Situated only metres from Victoria’s roaring Surf Coast, with the frequently […]

Spyglass Hill

Is there a more stirring start to a round than the first five holes at Spyglass Hill? Another absolute gem in Carmel, albeit somewhat in the shadow of its sister course Pebble Beach, which has been described as the Greatest Meeting of Land and Sea. Perhaps then, Spyglass Hill should be dubbed the Greatest Meeting […]

Pebble Beach Golf Links

Not just the greatest meeting of land and sea in American golf, but the most extensive one too, with 9 holes perched immediately above the crashing Pacific surf – the 4th through 10th plus the 17th and 18th. Pebble’s 6th through 8th are golf’s real Amen Corner. Any golfer, regardless of their experience and skill […]