Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Australia's oldest golf club, the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, is one of the premier venues in the country and has hosted a number of big tournaments in both the Men's and Ladies side of the game.
The West Course, which held 2011 Presidents Cup, is widely considered as the very best Down Under. The course was designed way back in 1926 by Scottish golf architect Dr Alister MacKenzie and was opened up for play five years later. Playing at just 6985 yards it may not be the longest of courses but what it lacks in length it more than makes up for in variety.
Royal Melbourne has hosted the already mentioned Presidents Cup and the Women's Australian Open in recent years and we can expect it to be the venue of some more big tournaments in the future.