Lovers of golf are truly spoiled for choice in Cape Paterson! The town boasts a wonderful selection of courses each located just a short drive from the village centre. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed round at the local or perhaps a more premium experience at a Top 100 ranked course – there’s a perfect venue to suit every players needs.

Each venue highlighted in the Golf Trail is located less than a 45 minute drive from the Cape Paterson town centre.

1. Wonthaggi Golf Club

📍 McKenzie Street, Wonthaggi VIC 3995

Established in 1925, the Wonthaggi Golf Club boasts a picturesque 18 hole par 72 golf course. Set on 103 acres of well treed undulating land, the challenging 18 hole course measures 5,863m.

Wonthaggi Golf Club is located just a short 10 minute drive from Cape Paterson twon cetnre and is the perfect place for a relaxed, great value round of golf.

Holes: 18  Par: 72  Distance: 5,863m

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2. Devil’s Dams Par 3 Course

📍 5775 – 5765 Bass Highway Inverloch

Conveniently located just 3 kms out of Inverloch you’ll find the peaceful and playful ‘Devil’s Dams’ Par 3 golf course and cafe.

Experience their 9 Hole Golf Course consisting of Santa Ana Fairways and Bent Grass Greens with water along every hole. It’s a course for all ages; from a seasoned golfer improving their short game to friends just after a fun day.

Holes:Par: 27

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3. Leongatha Golf Club

📍 855 Koonwarra-Inverloch Rd, Leongatha South

Leongatha Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole all weather course designed by H. Vernon Morcom, who with his father were the course architects for many of Australia’s top courses.

Rated in the top 100 public access courses in Australia, the 18 holes are varied and challenging. No matter the number of players on the course, it retains a sense of quiet seclusion.

Wide santa-ana couch fairways provide excellent all year playing conditions and are flanked with magnificent trees rising from the natural surrounds that supports a variety of local flora and fauna.

Holes: 18  Par: 70  Distance: 5,785m

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4. Korumburra Golf Club

📍 250 Korumburra-Warragul Rd, Korumburra

Korumburra Golf Club is set amongst the rolling hills of the lower Strzlecki Ranges. The course, located approximately 4 kilometres from the town centre along Warragul Road, and will challenge the keenest golfer.

With one of the most beautiful arrays of trees seen on any golf course, this challenging is lightly bunkered begs the visitor to come and take on the challenge. Also hosting a modern licensed premises and attracts numerous visitors to one of the most scenic 18 hole golf courses in Victoria.

Holes: 18  Par: 70 Distance: 5,529m

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5. Phillip Island Golf Club

📍 34-44 Settlement Road, Cowes

Phillip Island Golf Club has long been regarded as one of the finest layouts in regional Victoria. Located 45 minutes drive from Cape Paterson, the course sits just metres from the beach, magnificently carving its way through the picturesque landscape.

The course and abundant wildlife add to the pleasure of a round of golf at Phillip Island. The clubhouse offers a great place to relax after the round. Featuring an outdoor area with views of the course and plenty of refreshments available.

Holes: 18  Par: 72  Distance: 6,003m

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6. Lang Lang Golf Club

📍 90 Golf Club Rd, Lang Lang

Surrounded by scenic forest landscapes and native wildlife, the course has been described as a hidden gem. The layout is a challenging with narrow couch fairways and slick, true putting surfaces.

The course is built on a sand belt, which allows for optimal natural drainage so the course is playable all year round. Only a 45 minute drive from Cape Paterson, Lang Lang Golf Club is guaranteed to provide an enjoyable and memorable golfing experience.

Holes: 18  Par: 70  Distance: 5,356m

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Cape Paterson Wine Trail

Take a short drive to Inverloch or spend the day meandering up the Bass Coast Highway and you’ll quickly discover why South Gippsland and the Bass coast has fast become one of Victoria’s finest food and wine destinations.