How To Play Cranbourne

Five times British Open Champion Peter Thomson described Berriman as “An architect of rare talent and his Cranbourne design as a classic with this great course being worthy of any major tournament”

The Cranbourne Golf Club is recognised as one of Victoria’s outstanding golf courses, located approximately 40 kilometers southeast from the Melbourne CBD.

It is a par 72 layout of 6194m designed by architect, Sam Berriman, in the 1950’s. Berriman, who after his respected work at Huntingdale, applied his art to the creation and development of Cranbourne.

The course took over two years to construct and was officially opened by Syd Kaufman on April 9, 1954. The course has matured into an attractive and challenging championship golf course.
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HOLE 1 - 440m Par 5

Head Pro Mark Auhl shows us how to play
the opening Par 5 at Cranbourne Golf Club.
HOLE 3 - 158m Par 3
 
Play the ball into the fat part of the green. Notice the bunkers on the back sides which entice the golfer to attack the pin ultimately falling for the trap.
HOLE 8 - 151m Par 3

Similar to the 3rd hole, know where the fat part of the green is and don't get sucked in to going for the pin all the time.
HOLE 12 - 201m Par 3

 

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