Commonwealth Golf Club is a spectacularly presented 18-hole championship golf course, located in the world renowned golfing region of the Melbourne Sandbelt. Commonwealth is highly rated amongst Australia’s top championship golf courses and is a true test for golfers of all abilities.
With a heritage dating back to 1920, the Commonwealth Golf Club is revered for its magnificent tree lined fairways, strategic bunkering and subtle sloping greens which call for accurate shot making.
Commonwealth has played host to a number of major golfing Championships, including the Australian Open, Women’s Australian Open and Victorian Open, as well as a number of National and State Amateur Championships.
Commonwealth has been and remains a golfing home for many of Australia’s finest golfers, with the Club’s honour boards boasting names such as Jarrod Lyle and the 2017 Greg Norman Medallist Marc Leishman.
Recent renovations have continued to improve the course, and ensure that Commonwealth remains a relevant, challenging and aesthetically pleasing golfing venue.