The leading Adelaide Shores Golf Park is primly positioned on West Beach Reserve, and features 2 18-hole courses, with a variety of water and tree challenges.
Adjacent to these championship and executive courses is a driving range and mini golf course, perfect for families and those seeking a round of fun.
Worked up an appetite? Grab a bite to eat at the onsite Westward Ho Golf Club bar and bistro.
The North Adelaide Golf Course offers a fun day out for golfers of all levels and ages.
Sitting perfectly in the charming district of North Adelaide, these 2 water courses overlook the Adelaide Hills.
See the spectacular view of the city at night by playing a round of Twilight Golf under the lights, open to the public during summer.
Known as one of the prettiest courses in Adelaide, visitors will be delighted with the beautifully landscaped Belair National Park Gold Course.
Guests can test their swing on this 18 hole course which is set amongst native trees. Be sure to keep an eye out for kangaroos and other Australian wildlife that call this National Park home.
Call in to the Blackwood Golf Club and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of golf in a picturesque setting.
Surrounded by native parklands, this 18 hole championship course also offers practice facilities to golfers looking to improve their swing.
The admired Adelaide Golf Club is located on Pine Hill and has been ranked one of Australia’s top 100 courses.
These manicured greens are set upon sand dunes and surrounded by pine trees and lush native plants.
After a round of golf, the Balcony Bistro is the ideal place to soak in these superb views and indulge in alfresco cuisine.
The Riverside Golf Club (formerly the Woodville Gardens Golf Club) is situated at West Lakes.
Featuring outstanding facilities, this course has 18 holes suitable for golfers of all levels.
Finished the course? Retire to the Riverside club house and enjoy delicious meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Those seeking a golf course close to the centre of Adelaide will be pleased to find the Kooyonga Golf Club just 15 from the CBD.
Ranked 11th in 2006 in Australia's Top 100 Courses, the slopes of this leading course are equally challenging as they are fair.
Sit back and watch keen golfers perfect their swing while dining at the Clubhouse to appreciate the course’s beautiful rolling hills.
One of the most known courses in South Australia, the Royal Adelaide Golf Course has is ranked as one of the top 5 Australian courses.
Boasting gently sloping hills and wide open spaces, it is no wonder this course attracts visitors from all across the Southern Hemisphere.