Outside the USA — Australia — Albany Golf Club


18 total holes at facility
Green fees – $25 – $40 (estimate)
Built in 1898
Kikuyu Fairways – Bent Grass greens Grass
Driving Range: Yes
Semi-Private golf course

Albany Golf Course was one of the earliest golf courses established in Western Australia (established in 1898 with nine holes and enlarged in the 1960s) and the first links style course. It has been favorably compared to the best of the traditional links courses in Scotland and is the oldest established course at the same location in the State. In March 2010, the course was placed on the State Register of Heritage Places which is managed by the Heritage Council of WA.

Albany Golf Course attracts top golfers from around the country and overseas as well as nurturing some home-grown champions. The course record is held by West Australian international golfer Graham Marsh. Craig Parry, has been often quoted as saying …

“Albany is my favourite Australian golf course. It’s a great course by the ocean, which plays hard and is never the same”.

Tees Par Yardage Course Rating Slope
Back Tees 72 6068 metres 73 122
Course Superintendent: Jason Fleming Director of Golf: Ian Redmond
September 12, 2015 |
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