Adelaide is the capital city of the South of Australia and can be found between Perth and Melbourne on the south coast of the country.
It is the fifth most populous city in Australia and is located on the Adelaide Plains between the Gulf of St Vincent and the Mount Lofty Ranges. The city itself stretches from the coast some 20 kilometres inland to the foothills.
Adelaide International Airport is close to the city centre and accepts flights from New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai and Doha. Therefore, while there are no direct flights from European or North American countries, there is the opportunity for a stop-over to play golf in one of the destinations mentioned above.
A golf holiday to Adelaide would not be complete without sampling some of the many attractions in this region of South Australia.
There is an abundance of zoos, parks and nature reserves which are home to a stunning array of amazing indigenous and exotic creatures. Cleland, Adelaide Hills and Gorge Wildlife Park are three of the top parks in Adelaide and visitors can feed kangaroo and hold a koala.
A golf trip to Adelaide would not be complete without tasting some of the finest Australian wine and you will find world-class wine and over 200 cellars in this area of Australia.
However, you will need to drag yourself away from the golf courses in Adelaide to see any of the other attractions and that could prove impossible. Glenelg Golf Club and Tanunda Pines Golf Club will keep you happy on the fairways for hours when taking a golf holiday in AdelaideThere are a number of great golf courses in Adelaide and the surrounding areas ands no matter where you decide to Tee-Off you are sure to have a great round of golf.
We can help you to book tee times at all the golf courses in Adelaide at discounted green fees.
A short distance from the city centre is the North Adelaide Golf Course which is a pretty public course in the Norther Parklands area and if perfect for those who don’t want to travel too far.
Most of the more famous golf courses in Adelaide are located along the coast about twenty minutes from the city and these include Royal Adelaide, Kooyonga, Grange and Glenelg.
The Royal Adelaide Golf Club is one of only six Australian golf courses featuring in the World’s Top 100 courses and and has played host to numerous international tournaments.
Kooyonga Golf Club is another championship golf course which has hosted several Opens.
Glenelg is another famous sand belt courses which is renowned for the huge number of bunkers.
The Adelaide Hills region which is Just 20 minutes away from the city alos offer some great golfing option. These include Mount Osmond Golf Club which has wonderful views over the city, the distant Lofty Range and towards the coast.
Mount Lofty Golf Club is set in a beautiful wooded valley and Blackwood Golf Club is perfect for those seeking a slightly gentler course.
Mt Barker-Hahndorf Golf Club is lined with gum trees and has plenty of water hazards to test your game.
If you have more time to spare, then you can explore other areas of South Australia.