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 Kingston Heath Golf Club is one of Australia's best golf courses and is one of the most highly sought after venues for Corporate Golf Days. Being one of the finest golf courses in Australia and an international ranking of number 20 in the world, Kingston Heath enjoys an enviable reputation for its superb conditioning all year round. 

Kingston Heath has hosted many major tournaments including 7 Men's Australian Opens, 1 Women's Australian Open, 7 Australian Match Championships, 2 Tournament Players Championships, 7 Victorian Opens, 6 The Open Championship Qualifying & the 2009 & 2012 Australian Masters

Kingston Heath has undergone major clubhouse renovations and we are now showcasing an amazing new clubhouse.

Bookings for 2014 are starting to book up.

Click on the following link to view more information on Kingston Heath's Corporate Golf Day Packages

Please contact Tom Evans at tom@kingstonheath.com.au if you have any questions.


DATE: Tuesday 9 September, 2014

TIME: 7.30am shotgun start

COMPETITION: Individual Stableford

COST: $155pp

INCLUDES: Lite breakfast and coffee, 18 holes, prizes and after game BBQ

CHARITY: Rotary Club of Moorleigh-Moorabbin

Please click here to register.


Cancellation of the

 Kingston Heath Golf Club Junior Tournament 

Dear All,

With the temperature for this coming Tuesday forecasted to be 41 degrees, we have unfortunately deemed it necessary to cancel the 2014 Kingston Heath Golf Club Junior Tournament.

Although the temperature is not forecast to reach 40+ until the afternoon, we believe it would be irresponsible for Kingston Heath Golf Club to encourage the entrants to be exposed to 30+ heat for an extended period of time.

We hope that you understand that this decision is made solely with the safety of the children in mind.

All entry fees that have been processed will be refunded within the next 2 business days.

If you have any questions please contact the golf operations staff on 03 8558 2700 (Option 1).


After two rounds at Commonwealth GC, the Port Phillip Amateur moved to Kingston Heath, with both rounds completed  in perfect conditions.

The women's event was a battle between two. Su Hyun Oh and Minjee Lee.  It was however Su Oh who prevailed, claiming the title with an astonishing total of 20 under par, 278.

In the men's event, it was Andrew Schonewille with 10 under 280, defeating Lucas Herbert by one shot on 281. 


@JasonDufner: Aussie Masters at Kingston Heath, one of my top 5 course in the world I have played. Gotta get back one day.

@StewartCink: Want to see what a golf course ought to look like? Tune in to Golf Channel's coverage of the Talisker Aussie Masters at Kingston Heath.

@IanJamesPoulter: Kingston Heath is totally awesome. Someone please tell modern day architects we don't need 8000 yard tracks they're not enjoyable. Best yet

@IanJamesPoulter: Par 3 15th is in the top par 3's in the world it's only 152 yards 9 iron today. None of this 245 yard crap we see so often. Pure brilliance.

@NickOHern: Watching Aussie Masters from the US... how good does Kingston Heath look!!! One of the best in the world. Length isn't everything!

@GeoffShac: I had to turn it off. Too depressing. Kingston Heath is just way more interesting than anything we have here!

@GeoffShac:I can't imagine Kingston Heath looking better than it did during the Talisker Australian Masters.** Dare I nominate it as the best looking and best playing course we saw in tournament golf this year?





Please click here to view a 360 degree tour of the Golf Course

Kingston Heath Golf Club is ranked as the number two course in Australia and the 27th best course in the world, Kingston Heath enjoys an enviable reputation for its superb conditioning all year round.

The 18 holes were built on only 125 hectares (most courses in the modern era are built on over 250 hectares), it is perfectly manicured and its bunkering and clever use of dips and hollows visually fools the non observant golfer.

The three par 3 holes are a feature of Kingston Heath and show off one fantastic feature of this great golf course - the classic, natural bunkering. The fifteenth hole, in particular, is a real test ( not necessarily needed towards the end of your round).

Kingston Heath has hosted the Australian Open 8 times (7 men's & 1 women's) as well as hosting the 2009 Australian Masters. This event saw world number 1 golfer Tiger Woods grace the fairways of The Heath, and he didn't disappoint, displaying superb shot-making over 4 rounds to take out the yellow jacket.