Golf in South Australia
South Australia has over 150 golf courses across the State and 214 golf clubs affiliated with Golf SA with a membership of some 26,000 individual golfers.
The golf courses vary from championship 18 hole courses where the world’s greats have played to modest nine hole sandgreens courses in country towns to a number of public courses and golf driving ranges and facilities.
Whatever an individual’s golfing ability there is a golf club and golf course for them. For a full list of South Australian Golf Clubs and Golf Courses CLICK HERE
Golf in Australia
In Australia, amateur golf is overseen by Golf Australia in partnership with the State Golf Associations.
Golf Australia's goal, and that of the respective State Associations, is to raise the level of interest and participation in the game from grassroots golfers through to the elite levels, spectators, volunteers and associated industry bodies.
The State Associations are responsible for the governance, delivery and direction of Golf in their State.
They promote and market the game through a variety of initiatives and programs including State Opens, State Championships at different levels and a range of other events to encourage participation.
The State Associations also deliver Rules training and accreditation, course rating and handicapping, elite training and preparation of State Teams, Squads and representatives.
Click on the following links to visit the websites of Australia's various industry bodies.
> Golf Australia
> Golf NSW
> Golf Victoria
> Golf WA
> Golf Queensland
> Golf Tasmania
> Golf NT
Golf Information portal - playgolf.com.au
> Australian Golf Industry Council
> Australian Golf Course Superintendents Association
> PGA of Australia
> Australian Ladies Professional Golf
> Australian Sports Commission
> International Golf Federation
> Golf Management Australia
> The R&A
> United States Golf Association