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The Kingston Beach Golf Club is one of Tasmania’s leading 18-hole golf courses.
The Kingston Beach Golf Club winds through river flats where Browns River enters the sea, and is edged with eucalypts and light bushland.
This flat, easy walking course is framed with views of the Mount Wellington Range, river and ocean and presents a combination of testing par threes, delightful par fours and strategic par fives.
There are numerous bunkers, water comes into play on six holes and the elevated green on the 16th is framed by bunkers and a large pine tree, which may test the ability of many golfers.
An inclinator carries players to the 18th tee.
The Club has hire and practice facilities, a resident golf professional and a stunning clubhouse built in 1830 and known as the Red House.
Founded in 1922, the Club has hosted many major state and national events and the course is a proclaimed wildlife sanctuary.
Men’s competitions are held every Wednesday and Saturday and a ladies’ competition each Tuesday and Thursday.
Holes: 18, Par: 71, Length: 5803 metres, Australian Course Rating: 70.
Kingston Beach is a 15 minute drive (14 kilometres / 8 miles) South of Hobart.
The North West Bay Golf Club is southern Tasmania’s only 18-hole country course.
Located in Margate, the course is 15 minutes south of Hobart (19 kilometres).
The North West Bay Golf Club offers expansive views of Bruny Island and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.
This tree-lined, undulating course features many challenging holes that will test your uphill, downhill and side-hill shot skills.
Visiting golfers who are members and associates of registered interstate clubs are welcome and the course is open for green-fee players on Sundays.
The Club also has a bar, kiosk and practice facilities.
Golf cars are available for hire and barbecue facilities are available by arrangement.
Check the club website for green fees and competition schedule.
Holes: 18, Par: 72, Length: 6,108 metres, Australian Course Rating: 71