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Centenary Park Golf Course

Located on the doorstep of the Mornington Peninsula, Centenary Park Golf Course is the ultimate destination for all things golf and fun. Whether you’re playing a round of golf, having a hit on the driving range, or getting some tips from their Teaching Professionals, you’re sure to enjoy Centenary Park Golf Course.

Centenary Park is one of the best public courses in Victoria and can also lay claim to one of the longest courses too. With well-kept greens and fairways, their 18-hole course is mainly flat with some gentle slopes for an enjoyable yet challenging experience.

The driving range has 8 bays to practice your swing or smash some balls with your mates, while the PGA Teaching Professionals offer a variety of private and group lessons to improve your game. Premium and Platinum half and full-day lessons including ‘Play 3-holes or 9-holes with the Pros’ are also available for a next-level and personal experience.

Centenary Park Golf offers a variety of school holiday programs during the year. With a café and a licensed bar onsite, the indoor area and outdoor deck are available to hire for functions, corporate days, or group bookings with a difference.

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to the game, come and enjoy Centenary Park Golf Course - the community hub where golf is played.

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