It (CW) has Australia’s best opening and closing holes now, and
everything else in between is subtle, fun and rewarding to play –
all in spectacular setting.
Cape Wickham, King Island, Australia. Not only the best public
course I played this year, but maybe the best course I’ve ever played,
public or private. Absolutely epic, and it now stands as one of the
game’s ultimate pilgrimages.
They (CW) deserve consideration on your bucket list, for they are as
challenging and enjoyable as they are stunning.
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A very well-designed course that unfortunately doesn’t get as much
recognition for its architecture as it deserves due to its spectacular
setting, which is all you can talk about after a round at Cape
Judge for Golf Australia’s Top 100 Courses 2020
What our guests say:
“Cape Wickham is one of the very best golf courses built in the last 50 years anywhere on the planet. It is simply magnificent, providing thrills on virtually every hole and in the most spectacular setting. - just make sure you have time for 36 holes at this wonder of the golfing world.”Alan Jonesaka ‘UK Golf Guy’
“If you haven’t played the 18th at Cape Wickham Links, King Island, you haven’t lived… One of the best finishing holes in Australia golf without a doubt – You have two options off the tee, hitting a safety to avoid Victoria Cove, or taking driver which leaves you with a short iron onto a beautifully manicured green.”Bass Strait Golf
“Australia has long been a must-visit for the most ambitious of wayward golfers: the Sand Belt around Melbourne includes some famous work by the good Dr., Alister MacKenzie, who also gifted us glorious New South Wales in Sydney. Barbougle, the Bandon Dunes of the antipodes, now boasts two Top 100 courses on the same property. But for golf’s big-game hunters, Cape Wickham should be at the top of the list. It’s at the top of mine.”Alan ShipnuckHead Writer ‘Golf’