Australia – The National Golf Club
The National Golf Club is located at Cape Schanck on Victoria's spectacular Mornington Peninsula, a short drive to the south of Melbourne. The Club has 3 exceptional and highly regarded 18 hole golf courses, the Old designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., The Moonah designed by Greg Norman and The Ocean designed by Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett.
(Ranking - #12 Australia)
Built on a hillside 80 meters above sea level, the course was dramatically crafted through the rugged coastal tea-tree and offers stunning ocean views on sixteen of the holes.
"The National will make me famous - either as the designer who has created one of the world’s great golf courses or a designer who stuffed up some of the best golf course real estate imaginable." Robert Trent Jones Jr.
(Ranking - #7 Australia)
Situated on the spectacular seaside farmlands of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, the National Golf Club's Moonah course is a modern treasure. The course was built on breathtaking coastal dune land and gets its name from the indigenous trees scattered throughout its rugged rolling hills.
(Ranking - #36 Australia)
The course, which stretches over 7,100 yards, is beautifully manicured and has glorious coastal views.