Golf nuts just love Barwon Heads as there are several golf courses to choose from.
Certainly, you are spoilt for choice, it will take days to cover all of the golf courses around 100 Hitchcock. A few minutes drive from 100 Hitchcock lies Barwon Heads Golf Club. Carved into the natural dune landscape, the course is ranked highly by Golf Australia in their list of Best 100 Public Access Courses. Therefore it is worth checking out, and only a short drive or walk from 100 Hitchcock. Maybe try not to be distracted by the exceptional view!
Barwon Heads Golf Club is often compared to the golf courses of Scotland. Above all, the views are beautiful overlooking the beach, and the clubhouse has been immaculately maintained since the 1920’s. Click here to get in contact.
Or, you may prefer two of the finest golf courses in the area lie a few minutes out of town at Thirteenth Beach. The 36-hole Tony Cashmore/Nick Faldo-designed Thirteenth Beach Golf Links, which comprise the Beach Course and the Creek Course. Both rate consistently as amongst Australia’s best public-access courses in the country. The Beach Course was rated the 5th best public access golf course in Australia by Golf Australia magazine in 2011. They often have events and tournaments. Click here to check out the latest ones. To book, click here.Play all three courses. You really can’t go wrong. The only tough decision is which course do you play first.
You may be aware that 100 Hitchcock is fully wheelchair accessible. Well, Curlewis Golf Course will now be the regional ‘home’ for a ParaGolfer unit. The ParaGolfer is an all-terrain wheelchair that raises the user into a standing position, to allow a more conventional golf swing.