Ocean Dunes and Cape Wickham golf courses could turn Tasmania’s King Island into a golf destination worthy of comparison with the famed Monterey Peninsula in California, according to Ocean Dunes' course architect Graeme Grant. The mastermind behind Ocean Dunes says his soon-to-be-opened 6,365-metre par-72 links on King Island – situated in Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia – will [...]
A visit from golf gurus has inspired Ocean dunes to preview their golf course with an exclusive promotional competition. “We had Mike Keiser of Bandon dunes, Oregon USA the top ‘play and stay’ golf destination in the world and richard sattle of Barnbougle dunes and Lost Farm, tour our half completed course here at Ocean dunes,” said designer and director [...]
Last week we chartered a Vortex Airlines flight down to inspect the property with some interested people. We even tried out a few swings on the location of the 4th. Col Tucker, co-owner of Vortex Airlines was kind enough to come with us and explain how we can work together to make our project a success. After Leaving Moorabbin at [...]
Sunday saw our Marquee Day on the site of the Ocean Dunes Golf Course. The day ran from 11am until 2pm and was a huge success with well over 100 people having a look at our special piece of land whilst hitting a few shots on the course. The digging begins this week!
Golf Course Architecture featured a story on Ocean Dunes covering the location, landscape and of Graeme and Bernie's role in the project. You can read the article here: http://www.golfcoursearchitecture.net