Day 1 – Arrival Melbourne
The group will be greeted by our Fairway Golf tram. Transfer to hotel
This beautiful 5-star hotel is conveniently located in the crowded district of Melbourne. Close to all local attractions, restaurants and bars this is a great base for the trip ahead
Day 2 – Kingston Heath Golf Club
Golf: Kingston Heath Golf Club (ranked #2 in Asia)
We conclude our Sandbelt tour with a game at Kingston Heath. This course has been tagged by Tiger Woods as “one of the best courses in the world”. Ranked as the number one course in Asia and the 20th best course in the world.
The 18 holes were built on only 50 hectares , it is perfectly manicured and its bunkering and clever use of dips and hollows visually fool the non-observant golfer. If you wildly deviate from the fairway, the rough (comprising long grass, ti- tree and sandy scrapes) will test your ability to get the ball back into play.
Day 3: Victoria Golf Club
Golf: Victoria Golf Club (ranked #9 in Australia)
Victoria is one of the great golf courses in Australia. Ranked number 9 in the country Victoria boasts some of the best holes in the country.
Luke Donald said, “I probably put this course in my top 10 courses, architecturally and from a design point in the world”. Victoria is located on the world famous “sandbelt” region of Melbourne. Great bunkering and fast undulating greens make this course one of the best in the world
Day 4 – Sightseeing tour
An amazing coastline to travel and stunningly breathtaking, the Great Ocean Road is a photographer’s delight and it consistently features in the Top 10 of world’s greatest scenic coastal drives. A day tour that will impress!
Travel through popular resort towns Anglesea, Lorne, Wye River, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. Our stops include Twelve Apostles boardwalk, Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. A refreshment stop is made at Port Campbell before heading inland back to Melbourne.
Day 5: St Andrews Beach Golf Course
Golf: St Andrews Beach Golf Course (ranked #21 in Australia)
Located in ‘The Cups’ region of the Mornington Peninsula and meters from the thundering surf of Gunnamatta Beach. St Andrews Beach Golf Course is built on a stunning piece of land that lends itself perfectly to the tradition of the famous links courses of Britain and Ireland and can be compared favourably with the courses in Melbourne’s famous sand belt region. Since opening for public access play in 2009, St Andrews Beach has maintained its position as one of Australia’s premier courses with Golf Australia Magazine placing it number 4 in Australia in 2015 Public Access Top 100
Activity: The Mornington Peninsula is renowned for its great wines. After golf, guests will be taken to a local winery for tastings and an amazing lunch
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