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Golf Australia Express : Issue2
EXCUSE THE MOONAH ECLIPSES Moonah Links, Fingal, Victoria A REASON TO PLAY GOLF Whether you’re in need of a day’s break, a weekend retreat or even a week away from the hustle and bustle of life, Moonah Links—located at Fingal in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula—is one heck of a golf destination. This remote bushland setting is home to some of golf’s most challenging holes— some will test even the most spirited golfer and add a dent or two in the old ego. The home of two courses among Australia’s Top 100, these tracks aren’t a pushover. So if you’re looking for a layout to challenge to test your golfing ability, head down to Moonah and take on the brutal Open course. Measuring a whopping 6783 metres makes it one of the longest courses in Australia. But you will need more than length off the tee to post good scores here. With countless bunkers strategically protecting both the fairways and greens, the ever-present prevailing winds to negotiate and the natural contours of the land to address, accurate play and patience are required. And a bit of luck won’t hurt either. If you need a reason to ditch work in favour of a round of golf, Moonah Links on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula could well be the excuse you’ve been looking for.