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Sydney Golf Australia

Sydney Golf Australia (SGA) is Sydney’s longest established, most experienced and most preferred golf tour operator. Currently we are used and recommended by Sydney’s leading hotels as well as the travel industry’s premier inbound and incentive travel companies

Sydney Golf Australia has access to some of Sydney’s top courses and private golf clubs. Six of the courses we use as our preferred courses have hosted major PGA and LPGA tournaments while the others have hosted professional state championships and pre-qualifying trials.

Securing a tee off time at a golf course of this calibre can be difficult but we at Sydney Golf Australia always endeavour to confirm our client’s first choice of golf course, day of play and tee time.

Our service also includes return transfers to and from the golf course, green fees, the provision of an electric cart (one per two players where and when available), course orientation and superior quality golf club hire & golf shoe hire (at an additional cost).

Sydney Golf Australia provides a highly professional service which allows you to concentrate solely on your golf game. The only thing you have to provide is the swing!!

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Touring Options

The Coast Golf Club

The Coast is a spectacular 18 hole sea links golf course which hugs the coastline of Sydney’s Eastern suburbs. If you have never had the opportunity to play a British Open Championship The Coast will give you one of the closest feels to the real thing.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

The Lakes Golf Club

One on Sydney’s leading courses, The Lakes plays host to teh Greg Norman International each year, one of the richest events on the Australasian PGA Tour.
The Lakes was established in 1928. Original course design by Von Hagge / re designed in 1970 by Bruce Devlin.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

Macquarie Links

Macquarie Links is a Par 72 course measuring some 6,278 metres in length from the Championship tees, but not overly long by modern standards. The course is a challenge to shot making but not a tortuous test of length. The course is a combination of links style golf with an Australian bush character.

Monash Country Club

This exclusive and private cournty club is located on Sydney’s northern beaches and overlooks Narabeen Lakes and Narrabeen Beach. Rolling tree lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards will test the steadiest of golfers.
Establisedin 1940 designed by James Scott and Al Howard.
Ranked 66 in Australia.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

St. Michaels Golf club

St. Michaels is a typical lins style course with narrow fairways, natural bush land and deep rough. An extremely panoramic course with exciting ocean views that will seem a lot harder on certain days than the par 71 allocated for the 18 holes.
Ranked 54 in Australia.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

Bonnie Doon Golf Club

Founded in 1897 Bonnie Doon is Sydney’s third oldest golf club and one of the oldest in Australia. Legendary American golfers Gene Sarazen and BAbe Didrickson were the first players to tee off at the current pagewood course in 1935.
Ranked 81 in Australia
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

Riverside Oaks Golf Club

This 18 hole, par 72 championship course is situated on 700 acres of natural bush land bodering the Hawkesbury River and a wildlife reserve where Kangaroos roam free. Expansive greens characterise the course and with its numerous bunkers and water hazards coming into play on every back nine hole, it represents a true test of shot making.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

Camden Lakeside Country Club

Oneof Sydney’s newest championship golf courses, Camden is crafted with respect for golfs heritage while embracing modern technology and landscaping techniques. The course returns players to the origins of the game which began on the coastal links of Scotland.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability
Ranked 62 in Australia

Mona Vale Golf Club

Mona Vale Golf Club is located on Sydney’s Northern Peninsula, overlooking Mona Vale Beach. This par 72 course provides golfers with the oportunity to test their playing skills on a truly challenging, tree lined layout.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

Long Reef Golf Club

Located on SYdney’s northern beaches Lang Reef is one of the very few links courses in Australia with the ocean on three sides. A group one club with an Australian Golf Union rating of 71, Long Reef offers a challenging 18 holes of manicured fairway and greens surrounded by panoramic views.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability

New South Wales Golf Club

Play the only course in NSW rated in the Top 100 in the world. With two holes also listed in the Top 500 of the world, this Par 72 6,232 metre course designed by Dr. Alistar McKenzie will surly challenge even the best golfers.
Tour operates 364 days a year and is subject to availability.


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