Inverleigh Golf Club
Inverleigh Golf Club is situated 27kms west of Geelong off the Hamilton Highway on 56 hectares of local heavily picturesque timbered bushland. The course features well grassed fairways which bring strategically placed trees into play and sandscrapes which are among the best in the district. Local wildlife including kangaroos and wallabies are prominent around the course, and there is an abundance of bird life. The course is in its best condition between the months of March to November. Social groups are always welcome, bookings preferred. The club trophy cabinet holds a special plaque presented by Mr Peter Dawson, Secretary of The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews - a unique privilege for a golf club in Australia. The plaque commemorates a visit by R & A officials in November 2000 to play nine holes and sample sand greens golf first-hand.
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