Established in 1938, Members initially developed the course among scrub land, with the fairways “mowed” by a pack of sheep. Founding members consisted of winemakers who would bring along wine, butchers to supply meat and bakers who brought bread for a feast after a round of
golf. For many years, the members’ social hub was a tin shed, which is now part of the green-keepers’ complex.
Tanunda Pines Golf Club is a stunning 18 hole, par 72, championship golf course set in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
Home to an abundance of native bird and animal life, one hundred year old gum trees line the fairways that undulate across hilltops with views over Jacob's Creek and St Hallett vineyards from several vantage points.
Established in 1938, this now privately owned public access course has recently undergone a transformation with the introduction of six newly designed holes, elevating it to one of Australia's finest regional woodlands golf courses!