The Grange Golf Club is one of Australia’s premier sporting venues with two internationally rated 18 hole championship golf courses and an award winning hospitality venue. With the West Course hosting the 2016 and 2019 Women's Australian Open and the East Course being redesigned by Greg Norman.
Host of the 2016 and 2019 Women’s Australian Open, the West Course is the quintessential sand belt layout. Aesthetically pleasing, the Mike Clayton redesign provides a challenge to players of all abilities with wide fairways and testing green complexes.
Greg Norman’s redesign in 2012 has seen the East Course rank in Australia’s top 50 golf courses. Differing in style from the West course, the East has a variety of long and short holes that demand the attention from even the finest golfer. With wet lands and a forestry the east is appealing from a visual perspective and is testament to Norman and his team.
The Grange Golf Club is one of South Australia’s premier sporting venues, with two internationally rated 18 hole golf courses.
The West Course, recently designed by Mike Clayton, is a classic design with tall pine trees, tight greens and perfectly placed bunkers. Its routing is punctuated by wide corridors perfectly suited for strategic golf holes with Callitris and Monteray Pines and expansive native grass areas giving it the intangible feel of a wonderful place to play golf.
The East Course, recently redesigned by Greg Norman, is strategically designed and routed over slightly flatter ground on the front nine and transitions into some of the best golfing land on the property on the back nine. Many tee shots ask players to make a decision on the line they wish to take – challenging bunkers and native areas off the tee will offer the premium line into greens that are set seamlessly into surrounding undulations.
Mens 72 6341 m 73
Ladies 74 5527 m 75
Mens 72 6485 m 75
Ladies 72 5278 m 74