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Although down the pecking order with the likes of the National and Moonah Links this was a real joy to play. A natural links course with lots of elevated tees, cavernous bunkers, a slippery greens to provide an enjoyable challenge.
A must play for any...More
My favourite course down the peninsula. St Andrews Beach is reasonably priced (for an awesome course) and offers great design. Pleasing to the eye the course isn’t frighteningly long, but still very challenging. Undulating fairways and greens. The course is in great condition - including...More
I visited with a group of 12 mates and played St Andrews Beach on day 1 of 4, followed by Moonah Links Open and 2 days at Cape Schanck.
In my opinion St Andrews Beach was the standout! It’s a tough, aesthetically beautiful course that...More
Played there with some mates. We had carts. Staff were more friendly this year. Course in very good nick but I reckon the moonshine courses and the dunes have better fairways. Course is a brute but very challenging.
For a public course it is amazing. Greens are fast and true and fairways well cared for. Course design is great although a few too many dog legs. Only took just under 4 hours to play round this could be because it was a Tuesday....More
Top top links course built on 30 feet of sand. Really testing venue, pay and play. VFM unparalleled and they look after their guests very well indeed. When we were there the course was anything but busy too.
St Andrews Beach is undoubtedly a wonderful course. The layout is superb, although there are probably a few too many "blind" shots.
Spectacular teeing areas - the first; the 17th and the 18th readily spring to mind as offering extraordinary golfing views - generally good...More