We all strive in our golfing lifetime to play a round or two at some of the world’s most unique and memorable golf courses.
St Andrews, Pebble Beach, and Augusta National naturally spring to mind.
However, Go Golfing the leading golf tour operator reckons they have found the answer… Barnbougle in Tasmania.
In golf terms, Barnbougle is a relatively new kid on the block.
Whilst the rolling fairways of the courses, set amongst the wild and dramatic landscape, look as though they were established long before you could jump on a plane and fly across Bass Strait to Tasmania, it was in just 2004 that their first course- The Dunes – opened for play.
Then in 2010, they opened their second challenge called Lost Farm, a 20-hole Links Golf course, sitting adjacent to the Dunes.
Currently, The Dunes is rated the #11 course in the World (U.S. Golf Digest) and Lost Farm now ranks #23.
Peter McCarthy CEO at Go Golfing has arranged The Barnbougle 2 Ball Golf Tournament from 14th-20th January 2024.
McCarthy said, “We have been organizing four rounds of golf at this unique golf facility since 2011. You’ve heard the stories – Barnbougle is as good as it gets – deliciously unpredictable and highly addictive. It is some of the most exciting, magical golf in Australia. It is close to playing the likes of Lahinch and Ballybunion in Ireland and The Old Course at St Andrews, Scotland. And thanks to six different sets of tees and separate handicapped divisions, you don’t have to have a low handicap to enjoy it!”
This tour attracts many returnees and sells out very quickly. Click here for the full schedule: www.gogolfing.net.au/golf-tournaments/barnbougle-golf-2-ball
So, if you would like to play four rounds of golf and enjoy one of the most spectacular breakfast locations in the world, don’t take too long to book, as it always sells out.