Tasmania Golf Club

4-star: generally an excellent standard golf course, well worth visiting.
   Tasmania Golf Club Est. 1971

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Bounded by water on three sides, the Tasmania Golf Club is set on the picturesque Barilla Bluff, jutting out into a spectacular natural harbour (Pitt Water) - located just 15 minutes east of Hobart CBD and 2 minutes from Hobart Airport - this challenging, undulating course is characterised by tightish, tree-lined fairways, that lead you to well bunkered, breaking greens - towering eucalyptus are among many tree varieties that provide good, but not overly dense separation to the holes - more of a shot-makers course than a utopia for wayward big-hitters, as the steep, downhill, short par-4 1st will underline - you won't have to wait long to play one of the most spectacular golf holes in all of Australia - played from an elevated harbour-side tee to an elegantly right-to-left doglegging fairway, the par-5 3rd is perched above the tree-lined bluffs and hugs the harbour's scenic shoreline from tee-to-green - on the also immensely scenic back-nine, the 11th hole steals the show; this downhill par-3 is played to a glorious backdrop provided by the harbour and on your left, Barilla Bay - always challenging thanks to several pronounced elevation changes and the general tightness of the fairways, but also fabulously scenic throughout, with Pitt Water and more distant hills providing many wonderful views from the course.

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Making Contact

Tasmania Golf Club
1420 Tasman Hwy,
Barilla Bay, Cambridge, Tasmania 7170
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Office   +61 (0)3 6248 5098
Pro Shop   +61 (0)3 6248 5138

  +61 (0)3 6248 5658

Email   golf@tasmaniagolfclub.com.au
Website   www.tasmaniagolfclub.com.au
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Golf Pro
Nick White (AAA PGA Head Professional)
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb
Surroundings: Lakeside and woodland..
Designer: Al Howard
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Metres 6200 5532
Par 72 74
SSS or Slope 72.9 74.0
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How2Get There?

16km E of Hobart

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes: A$72. Reduced rates for 9-hole and twilight rounds, and for juniors. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.   Visitors generally restricted to overseas and interstate golf club members; limited opportunities for local golfers.
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Other Information
Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.

Practice facilities
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Did you know?

Tasmania Golf Club occupies a promontory of land which juts out into Pitt Water, a natural harbour and river estuary (for the Coal River and other rivulets). Alongside the golf course is the famous Barilla Bay restaurant, specialising in Barilla Bay oysters and also overlooking the spectacular scenery of the bay. | The club has hosted many significant events including the Australian Amateur Championship and the Tasmanian Open.

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Published Ranking
2016 Australian Golf Digest rating: 99th best course of the 1,500 courses in Australia.
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Latitude: (-42.820029)
Longitude: (147.507699)
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