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Whitlands, Victoria

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -36.773° S 36.773° S 36° 46' 22.8" -36° 46.38'
Longitude 146.360° E 146.360° E 146° 21' 36" 146° 21.6'
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Whitlands
Victoria
Australia
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Flinders Golf Club
Flinders Golf Club (Website)

No golfing trip to the Peninsula is complete without a round at the oldest and most scenic of all the courses in the region - Flinders Golf Club. Situated atop the cliff tops overlooking Bass Strait and Westernport Bay, Flinders provides a wonderful golfing experience combining the sense of tradition that comes with being over one hundred years old with top quality playing conditions.

As you play the 4th hole, the coffin, let your mind wander back to the day in 1926 when the most famous golf course architect of them all, Dr Alistair Mackenzie convinced the committee of the day to change the hole from a Par 3 to introduce carries over both ravines. Or as you play the 5th, with the wind blowing in off Bass Strait, picture a young Peter Thomson honing his skills on this links style Par 5 in preparation for his assault on the Open Championship.
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