5th May 2016
Fancy a round of golf while on holiday? The Riverland golf courses are the perfect place to tee off, set amongst native trees and wildlife.
The 18 hole Renmark Golf Course offers a challenge and is something to behold with its magnificent fairways amongst towering gum trees and even the odd kangaroo or two. Golfers can expect to to play a balance of holes set among flat tree lined country and the remainder over gently rolling undulations. The Renmark Golf Course is widely acclaimed for its long and tight couch fairways and manicured greens. The men’s par 72, 6120m and ladies par 74, 5449m Renmark Golf Course is challenging for keen golfers looking to test their skills, yet forgiving for less experiences recreational golfers who’d rather play it safe.
Hire facilities at the Renmark Resort Golf Shop include clubs and electric carts, with a practice fairway, chipping and putting green.
The Berri Golf Course is located on the edge of the town, set amongst natural Mallee trees and native plants, offering a premier course for all levels of experience. The 18 hole course is a favourite in the Riverland with beautifully presented grass greens. The men’s par 71 and ladies par 73 Berri Golf Course is forgiving for the less experienced, yet challenging for committed golfers wanting to test their skills. The par 3 opening hole is one of many highlights of the course. An elevated tee landscaped with roses and native shrubs plays up a slight rise to a magnificent green.
Hire facilities at the Berri Golf Club’s Pro Shop include clubs, buggies and motorised carts with two practice fairways and a practice putting green.
These golf courses are possibly the best kept golfing secret in South Australia.