Welcome to St Leonards Golf Club, the Bellarine Peninsula’s Friendly Golf Club!
The 18 hole golf course at St Leonards, Victoria is a delightful country-style course, set amongst native gums and coastal trees approximately 1km from the town centre.
The course was developed as a 9-hole course in 1951, and Bud Russell designed and implemented the 2nd 9 holes in 1963, to provide an 18-hole course which now has mature greens and trees, scenic fairways, significant native bird life and glimpses of Port Phillip Bay.
The golf club offers a community-based, friendly atmosphere, catering for all standards of golfing and is often described as “the friendliest golf club on the Bellarine.”
New members are always welcome, as too are our seasonal holiday makers resident in the town or caravan parks.
A new clubhouse was constructed in 2011, adding to the club’s ability to host events and functions. This clubhouse is located on a more expansive site in Ibbotson Street, moving from the small former site Blanche Street. At the same time, the course was re-orientated and holes renumbered, to suit the new entrance on the far side of the course.
The clubhouse has also been instrumental in galvanising the town’s efforts in its charity work for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
The course is located 30 minutes from Geelong on the Bellarine Peninsula (Victoria, Australia) with nearby attractions including wineries, cafes, galleries, restaurants and fabulous bayside beaches.
What You’ll Find On Our Website
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Practical info about playing golf at St Leonards Golf Club — course description, green fees, bookings and tee times, course layout map and scorecard, member comp times.
The club’s syllabus, major events and important dates.
Tournament notices, important results and other information added online as required.
Information for prospective club members: club fees and membership categories and details on how to join the club.
The club’s community sponsors.
The club’s contact information and a Google map.
Extra information — club management and office bearers, life members, course history and information about hiring our facilities.
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