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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 175
S HE’S a mighty big river, the Murray, and perched along its banks at Mulwala is an equally big golf complex. The behemoth, 45-hole Yarrawonga- Mulwala Golf Club Resort is the kind of place you can visit for a few days and never have to leave. The two-and-a-half golf courses provide ample avenues for golf satisfaction and competition, while the clubhouse facilities and adjoining accommodation complete the picture. Known until recent years as Yarrawonga & Border Golf Club, the resort attracts returning visitors in droves. During a visit last autumn, I got chatting on one tee of the Murray course with a husband and wife who had joined another couple for a few days’ R&R that is as entrenched in their annual calendars as Christmas. Thirteen years and counting, they’ve made the journey from Melbourne to the Murray at the same time of year to Yarrawonga-Mulwala. I played both the Murray and Lake courses and took a wander across the cute Executive nine and I suspect that had I stayed longer, the same story would have repeated itself on multiple occasions. Yarrawonga-Mulwala serves up loyal guests like it serves up double-bogeys from wayward tee shots. Even though the resort provides holes in bulk, it doesn’t at any point sacrifice quality for quantity.
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