Quality championship-style golf courses are located at four of the biggest RACV Resorts. Individually designed by some of the most famous names in golf, the courses provide a challenge for the serious golfer and a beautiful experience for the weekend player.

Whether you are looking for a golf weekend, a holiday with golf on the side, or just setting out to play a round of golf with friends, RACV Resort golf courses will allow you to experience some of the most beautiful scenery on Australian golf courses, while testing your game.

As well as enjoying discounted green fees, RACV Golf Members can enjoy one free round and two half-price rounds of golf at each of these resorts every year.

RACV CAPE SCHANCK RESORT

A magnificent 18-hole, par-70 championship golf course, RACV Cape Schanck Resort is consistently rated among Australia’s top 100 public access golf courses. It was designed by renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr and is known for huge greens and large open bunkers. It has tree-lined fairways, with spectacular ocean views across the course.

RACV GOLDFIELDS RESORT

The centrepiece of this resort is a Tony Cashmore-designed 18-hole, par-72 championship course. Incorporating 15 picturesque lagoons within a natural bushland setting adds to the challenge of the game and the beauty of the local environment.

RACV TORQUAY RESORT

Nestled between two of Victoria’s most famous beaches, Torquay and Jan Juc, RACV Torquay Resort’s layout is a traditional links-style course that follows the undulating surface of Victoria’s Surf Coast. This 18-hole, par-71 course was redeveloped by Ogilvy Clayton, the Melbourne design team headed by Geoff Ogilvy, a former US Open champion, and former Victorian tournament professional Mike Clayton. It features wide-open couch fairways, undulating greens, fescue roughs, wetlands and ocean views.

RACV ROYAL PINES RESORT

The home of the Australian PGA Championship and ALPG Players Championship, the courses at RACV Royal Pines Resort are true championship layouts. The resort boasts 27 holes, allowing for three unique 18-hole combinations including the Graham Marsh-designed Championship course that hosts the major tournaments. Set against a lush background, the extended course has tight fairways, undulating greens plus deep and strategically placed bunkers to test your skills. The Green nine, the Gold nine and the Blue nine can be played in any combination to create a challenging but fun round of golf.