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Spectacular new project approved for Kangaroo Island
From King Island to Kangaroo, the Cape Wickham team are set to build another coastal gem on pristine Kangaroo Island after the South Australian Government granted Development Authorisation for a new golf resort. Known as The Cliffs, Kangaroo Island the course will be constructed on a premium 600-acre parcel of ocean front land in Pelican Lagoon and takes full advantage of the areas rolling sand dunes and sweeping coastal views. A number of holes are set atop 25-metre high cliffs and played directly adjacent the Southern Ocean.
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14 Jun
2017
National Golf Club members vote to let Tom Doak loose on The Ocean Course
Last weekend a Special General Meeting was held at The National Golf Club on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, where a radical plan by American golf course designer Tom Doak was approved by the membership for the redesign of its Ocean Course.
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01 Jun
2017
Mornington Golf Club to open stunning new par three in the spring
There is exciting news for golf on the Mornington Peninsula, with the historic Mornington Golf Club set to unveil a spectacular new clifftop par three this coming spring. Initially used as a spare hole when works are carried out elsewhere on the golf course, the new par three will eventually become part of the 18-hole course proper.
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01 May
2017
Yarra Yarra Golf Club appoints Renaissance Golf Design
Sandbelt classic Yarra Yarra has appointed Tom Doak's design company, Renaissance Golf Design, as its consulting architects. Doak and associate Brian Slawnik will be responsible for restoring and reviving what was once regarded as one of Australia's finest golf courses.
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20 Apr
2017
Shark Waters – Eastern Golf Club announces name of its new Par 3 course
In honour of the signature design company responsible for its creation, as well as the abundant lakes and ponds, the new par three course at Melbourne's Eastern Golf Club will be known as Shark Waters when it opens later this year.
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10 Apr
2017
Gil Hanse Royal Sydney Redesign Plans Revealed
Late last year, American golf course designer Gil Hanse presented the Royal Sydney Golf Club with his plans for the redesign of their golf course. Sure to generate much heated debate, the plan involves a radical rearrangement of the existing holes with few remaining in their current form. Most interestingly, the 18th is converted from a dogleg par four to a long, straightaway par three played to the west and into a green site that remains beneath the club’s imposing clubhouse.
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