Golf courses in Eurobodalla

You’ll never have an off day golfing in Eurobodalla, no matter how rusty your game is.

The breathtaking natural scenery, embracing all of the region’s golf courses, makes every round of golf a pleasure.

Eurobodalla boasts some of the most picturesque and challenging golf courses in Australia, and the NSW South Coast is the ultimate location for a golfing holiday. The Eurobodalla region alone has half a dozen courses to choose from, each with their own unique draws – including arguably the most iconic par 3 in the country, which you’ll find at Narooma Golf Club. For golfers looking to put their golf clubs to the test and play a full 18 holes, Club Catalina, Moruya Golf Club and Narooma Golf Club all offer a fantastic day out on the green – pitching wedge, golf ball and all!

Read more about the golf courses in Eurobodalla.

Narooma Golf Club

Narooma Golf Course
An iconic course set on a stunning clifftop 

With its enviable position on the cliffs, and view across the Pacific Ocean to nearby Barunguba Montague Island, it’s unsurprising that Narooma Golf Club’s 18 holes scores highly as some of the best golf courses Australia has to offer. The course is regularly voted in the top 100 Australian golf courses.

The legendary Hogan’s Hole has become golfing folklore. A game played here, hitting over the ocean onto a cliff top green is truly something to behold…just bring a spare set of golf balls.

The back 9 winds through beautiful forest with many testing holes, water features and sand traps. It’s a course that offers the best of two worlds.

Club Catalina

Catalina Golf Course
This 27-hole championship course has a history

Located in Batemans Bay, the 27 hole championship course began its life over 100 years ago as a horse racing track.

The course at Club Catalina can stretch the total length of the par 72 to over 6,000 metres, featuring several par fours well over 370 metres.

The foundations of the course layout date back more than 50 years. A generally flat course challenges players with plenty of water hazards, sand traps and timber to ensnare wayward shots, offering a true test of golfing skill, and your golf clubs.

Moruya Golf Club

Moruya Golf Course
A course for the thinking golfer!

When visitors drive through Moruya, most don’t realise that one of the Eurobodalla’s best golfing assets is metres away from the highway.

Your short game will be tested at the enormous 40 metre double green which regularly requires prodigious putts following wayward approach shots. Although generally flat, the course can be deceptive, demanding considerable attention if you want to get away with as few strokes as possible. There are plenty of pitfalls with tight fairways, doglegs, water features and sloping greens.