Golf Clubs

Golf Clubs

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Our locations

Kingston Heath

Kingston Heath is one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses and consistently ranked among the best in the world – currently ranked number 18 in the world and number 2 in Australia.

The course is renowned for its natural charm and strategies created by its superbly crafted greens and bunkers.

Kingston Heath is home to seven Men’s Australian Open Championships and one Women’s Open Championship along with numerous other national and state championships, including the Australian Masters.


Victoria Golf Club

Situated in the beachside suburb of Cheltenham, Victoria offers a golfing experience on par with the world’s best.

The beautifully landscaped course is designed to challenge both the amateur and professional golfer.

It is one of the region’s tougher courses, with lightning-fast greens and some of the best bunkering in Australia.

The Dunes Golf

Set on 300 acres of gently rolling sand dunes, the 27 hole golf facility at The Dunes is Australia’s premier public access course. Located in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula “Cups” region, The Dunes maintains the highest standards of course maintenance and customer service, matched only by the very best private clubs.

Accolades include being ranked among the Top 20 courses in Australia for the past 15 years. The Dunes also consistently ranks as Victoria’s #1 public access course and among the Top 3 public access courses Australia wide.


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Deep core muscles

By strengthening these lower abdominal muscles you will take the pressure off the low back, hips and knees and reduce stiffness and pain. It will also allow for improved posture at address.


A long and flexible spine to allows you to rotate further on the back swing without jeopardising your lower body balance and strength. And the more mobility you have, the more power you can put into your swing.


Create a smoother and more powerful swing with evenly conditioned back muscles. It will also drastically reduce neck and shoulder tension as these muscles can overwork when we don’t use our upper back muscles correctly. Upper back strength also helps keep great posture as we grow older.


So what does a stable pelvis have to do with improving your golf swing? You are more inclined to hold your lower body strength when rotating into the back swing and a balanced and stable lower body combined with increased mobility in the upper body means you can coil more efficiently in your back swing.


Without good hip rotation, you can compensate on your follow through with knees or back causing wear and tear on muscles,. And a bigger hip turn will also allow for greater power through your rotation.


Good muscles engagement and joint mobility will ensure you hit the right positions in the back swing without causing wear and tear on the shoulder joint.