Huntingdale Golf Club
Huntingdale's premier championship 18 hole "sandbelt" course is home to the Australian Masters and has played host to some of the most famous names in international golf, including Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Ian Baker-Finch, Nick Price and Tiger Woods.
The popularity of the Australian Masters has made Huntingdale Golf Club one of the most well recognised Australian golf courses in the world. Long been documented as one of the best courses in Australia it is also the sandbelts youngest, established in its present location in 1941. The course greets players with long par fours, strategic fairway bunkering and large undulating greens.
This combination of features at Huntingdale ensures this course challenges the best professionals and the latest technology. The greens at Huntingdale are true and fast and are generally kept in "Masters" condition throughout the year. Players hitting wayward shots to the far side of the greens can anticipate long undulating putts. The final stretch of holes contain some of the toughest and finest finishing holes in the world.