World Routes 2019

The 25th World Route Development Forum

Adelaide, Australia
21 – 24 September 2019


From the Fleurieu Peninsula to the Australian Outback, South Australia's diverse golf courses offer an array of choice for any golfer. 

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Adelaide Hills

Only a 20 minute drive from the city centre, Adelaide Hills golf courses are the closest in proximity to Adelaide. Amongst the most popular courses in this area include Mount Osmond Golf Club, Blackwood Golf Club, Mount Lofty Golf Club and Mount Barker-Hahndorf Golf Club.

Coastal Courses

For a more relaxing golfing experience, explore South Australia’s coastal golf courses which provide breathtaking views over picturesque coastal areas such as Links Lady Bay and Victor Harbor, both located on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Outback Courses

If you’re looking to play a completely unique round or two, the South Australian Outback offers courses providing authentic golfing experiences. Notably the grassless Coober Pedy Opal Fields Golf Club which is the only club in the world to have reciprocal rights with the famed St Andrews, and the Nullarbor Links golf course which was established along the Nullarbor Plain and is the world’s longest golf course.

Adelaide City

Just minutes from the centre of Adelaide, tee off at the scenic North Adelaide public golf course. Enjoy a round at Royal Adelaide one of the world’s top 100 courses.  Kooyonga, Grange and Glenelg golf courses also offer a great day on the green.

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