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In the middle of Bass Strait, on the northwestern tip of remote King Island, sits Australia’s tallest lighthouse and one of the world’s most spectacular golf sites. Cape Wickham Links opened for public play on October 30, 2015.


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‘It burns me up that with the billions of dollars spent on course construction in the past fifty years, all the architects together haven’t been able to build another Royal Melbourne.’ Gene SarazenAustralia’s foremost golf club, Royal Melbourne’s


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Designer: Bill Coore

Along with fellow American Tom Doak, Bill Coore is the most respected and admired golf architect in the industry today. While Doak is an outspoken anti-establishment type, with forceful views and an unbridled self-confidence, Coore, by contrast, is a modest, mild-mannered designer with impecc


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‘One of the most spectacular properties made available for golf in the past fifty years.’ Tom Doak on Barnbougle Dunes.Though the gorgeous island of Tasmania has long been a popular tourist destination, for more than 160 years its only real interest to golfers was


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Designer: Tom Doak

‘The flattish fingers of land along part of the clifftops were ready-made fairways grazed by sheep, I played 15 of the 18 holes with my crew one day before we had built anything.’ Tom Doak on Cape KidnappersSituated on the East Coast of New Zealand’s North I


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Designer: Dan Soutar, Dr Alister MacKenzie

‘Never yet have I advised upon a course where, owing to the excellence of design and construction work, the problems have been so simple.’ Dr Alister MacKenzie on Kingston HeathShortly after World War I, prominent Melbourne solicitor Stanley Dutton Green led a com


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Designer: Dr Alister MacKenzie, Eric Apperly

‘At Sydney, I made an entirely new course for the New South Wales Golf Club at a place called La Perouse. This is a sand-duned peninsula which overlooks Botany Bay and presents, I think, more spectacular views than any other place I know, with the possible exception of the new Cypress P


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Designer: Alex Russell

A short drive from the nation’s capital, ‘windy’ Wellington, New Zealand’s most famous piece of golfing ground was first used for the game back in 1929 when a group of local residents created a nine-hole course on leased sandhills within the seaside village of Paraparaumu


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Designer: Tom Doak

An exclusive private golf club north of Auckland, Tara Iti was designed by Tom Doak and set alongside a spotless surf beach near the small town of Mangawhai. The project was developed by Californian financier Ric Kayne, and took several years to complete due to complicated planning and regulat


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‘Moonah was our first experience in true links land and we had to adapt our style to the ground and wind. There were natural golf holes everywhere and it was our responsibility to try to find the best of them. It took months before we were ready to start construction.’ Bob Harriso


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