Glenelg Golf Club



Glenelg Golf Club offers outstanding playing opportunities on its world-class golf course, with extensive social comforts in a modern clubhouse with extensive bar and bistro facilities.

Glenelg Golf Club is a private 18-hole golf club with a par 71, 6,267 meter golf course with gently undulating couch grass fairways, bent grass greens and revetted-edge style bunkering providing its own unique characteristics reminiscent of the traditional Scottish links courses. Pine Hill, one of the highest points on the Adelaide Plains, is the dominant feature of the course with holes 8 to 13 weaving through tall, established pine trees which also dominate the course layout.

The Club has played host to numerous state and national championships, including the South Australian Open and Australian Amateur Championships, last co-hosting the Australian Amateur Championships in 2004 with Royal Adelaide Golf Club. The golf course was ranked 29th by Golf Australia Magazine in the Top 100 Australian Golf Course rankings released in January 2012.

Located in the Adelaide suburb of Novar Gardens and only 5 minutes from the seaside suburb of Glenelg. It is located adjacent the southern boundary of Adelaide International Airport and within easy access of the Adelaide CBD.