Welcome to Kooyonga

Championship Golf Course, World Class Facilities

Kooyonga Golf club

Welcome to Kooyonga Golf Club, a wonderful example of a championship golf course in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide. Kooyonga has been the venue for many international and interstate championships and has always enjoyed a high ranking amongst private clubs in Australia.

The clubhouse is a beautiful modern building with the traditional elements you would expect. From the Club’s dining areas and terraces you can relax and enjoy the sweeping panoramic views of the golf course – as close as you can get to the golf course without actually playing.

Latest News

Passing of Life Member, David Martin

Vale – David William Martin, 26/10/1953 – 02/04/2020. Please click through to read a tribute by Bill Johnson

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Temporary Local Rules for COVID-19

Temporary Local Rules are in play from Sunday 22 March 2020 until further notice due to COVID-19.

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Important Communication re Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Club is committed to the health and safety of its members and has been closely reviewing operating policies and procedures in recent days due to increasing concern in the community for the spread of COVID-19.

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Established 1923

The origins of Kooyonga Golf Club can be traced back to a day in 1922 when a train strike caused Mr HC (Cargie) Rymill to take a tram rather than a train to Henley Beach. A ‘For Sale’ sign on a tract of swamp and sand dune country known as May’s Paddock prompted him to break that journey and on a closer inspection he knew that he had discovered the ideal site for a magnificent golf course.