The Grange Golf Club

Located in Adelaide, South Australia, The Grange Golf Club is one of Australia’s premier golf facilities with two internationally rated 18 hole championship golf courses and an award winning function centre. The Grange will host the first LIV Golf event in Australia - April 21-23, 2023.

Ranked in the top 50 courses in Australia, The Grange has hosted a number of major tournaments including the West Lakes Classic won by Greg Norman and Wayne Grady, the prestigious World Amateur Teams Championships in 2008 comprising the Eisenhower Trophy for Men and the Espirito Santo Trophy for Ladies, the Australian Amateur Championships and Australian Junior Amateur Championships.  Most recently, it hosted the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open in 2019 with record crowds in attendance, following the Club hosting the event in 2016.

The West Course was redesigned and reconstructed by Michael Clayton Golf Design with the redevelopment completed in 2007. The East Course was reconstructed by Greg Norman Golf Course Design in 2012 and has produced a championship layout that will challenge and reward players of all skills.

The Grange Golf Club Details

Location
Address
White Sands Dr, Grange SA 5022  
Capacity
 
Highest Crowd since 2003
 
Lights
 
Arena Roof
 
Video Screen
 
Sports Played
Golf  
Home Teams
 
Last Event
 
Next Event
Directions
Accommodation
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