New South Wales Golf Club
Cape Banks in the distance on the edge of the Tasman Sea, with the 6th hole pictured, far right, with coastal heath in the foreground.
|Location||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,|
|Owned by||New South Wales Golf Club|
|Designed by||Alister MacKenzie|
|Length||6,245 metres (20,489 ft)|
|Course rating||ACR/USGA 74|
The New South Wales Golf Club is a links-style golf course designed by Alister MacKenzie in December 1926. It consists of 18 holes, two of which are beside the Tasman Sea and Botany Bay. The course is situated in La Perouse, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, and regularly rates in the top 50 golf courses in the world.
MacKenzie, on designing the course, stated:
"At Sydney, I made an entirely new course for the New South Wales Golf Club at a place called La Perouse. This presents, I think, more spectacular views than any place I know with the possible exception of the new Cypress Point golf course in California."
— Alister MacKenzie, May 1927
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