Eagle Ridge Golf Course began its life as the smaller Carlogie Golf Course until March 1988 when an additional parcel of land was purchased, earthworks commenced and a new Kevin Hartley designed championship course began to emerge, opening as Eagle Ridge Golf Course in December 1989. Kevin Hartley was the Australian amateur golf champion of 1958 and runner up to Bruce Devlin in the 1959 Australian Amateur. He captained the Victorian state team thirteen times, was the leading amateur at three Australian Opens, and represented Australia many times, including winning the 1966 Eisenhower Cup team in Mexico. Hartley based his design vision on Eagle Ridge becoming the “Royal Melbourne of the Mornington Peninsula”.
A championship course on the Mornington Peninsula.
Eagle Ridge Golf Course prides itself on being accessible to all golfers – regardless of skill, gender, background, or whether you think Rickie Fowler’s Orange pants are a worthy investment!
The golf course tees are rated for all genders and ensure that if you’d like to play competition golf, you are welcome to play from the tee that suits your game – not the one you’ve been told to play based on gender.
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