The Links Kennedy Bay

The Links Kennedy Bay

The Links Kennedy Bay

1991 British Open champion Ian Baker-Finch collaborated with architects Michael Coate and Roger Mackay to route 18 exquisite holes between 10,000-year old sand dunes and natural bushland. The par 72, 6420-metre course has won numerous accolades since it opened in 1999, including Australia’s Number One Public Access Course 2003 & 2004 in the Golf Course Guide. Undulating fairways thread their way through indigenous bushland shrubbery, past no less than 115 treacherous pot bunkers lead to well undulated green sites. Substitute Aussie bush with Scottish gorse and Kennedy Bay would look as Scottish as kilts and haggis. Kennedy Bay is both beautiful and tough links golf comparable to any where in the world.
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9524 5991
35 mins south of Perth
Port Kennedy Drive
Port Kennedy

Australia’s Number 3
Public Access Course 2015
(Golf Australia Magazine)
Estabished 1998
Links, 18 Holes Par 72
Black 6385m,
White 5832m, L 5298m
Greens – Bent
Fairways – Windsor Green
ACR Black 73,
White 70 AWCR 74
Memberships available
Club Pro: Chris Gray

Dress Code
Collared shirts. Tailored shorts or trousers only. No denim, soft spike compulsory

$50 per person – 18 Holes
Weekends & Public Holidays
$60 per person – 18 Holes
Motorised Cart
$50 – 18 Holes