The National Golf Club
The National Golf Club is located at Cape Schanck on Victoria’s spectacular Mornington Peninsula, a short drive to the south of Melbourne. The Club has 3 exceptional and highly regarded 18 Hole golf courses , the Old designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, The Moonah designed by Greg Norman and The Ocean designed by Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett ensuring that it ranks as the best piece of golf real estate in the country.
The National Golf Club is a private members golf club and Australia’s first to offer access to 72 holes of first class quality golf. With two sites, Cape Schanck featuring three courses and now Long Island located in Frankston North, 40 minutes closer to the CBD, members enjoy incredible variety and endless challenges.
The National Golf Club was first launched to the public in a hospitality tent at Huntingdale Golf Club during The Masters tournament in February 1985. The Club was an equity shareholding and was the first new golf Club to be formed in Melbourne for approximately 60 years. It was soon to become the ‘New Direction in Australian Golf’.
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SENSATIONAL GOLF COURSE LIVING WITH MAGNIFICENT VIEWS IN 'THE GLASSHOUSE'
Striking an imposing presence over the championship fairways of The National's world class links golf courses, the exceptional architecture of 'The Glasshouse' showcases the magnificence of this coastal paradise from every angle. The soft oval lines reflect the magical rural coastline and from inside, the breathtaking outdoor panorama is showcased throughout the cutting edge design. The central gourmet kitchen and main living areas are surrounded by expansive cedar decking with glass balustrades, ensuring uninterrupted views of the skyline that extends from the city across to Portsea.