Golf – Play 9 Holes at world Heritage Site
Story: Golf – Play 9 Holes at world Heritage Site
Presenter: Trevor Cochrane
Air Date: 5 June 2021
Norfolk Island has the most picturesque golf course with the serene backdrop of the ocean and pines. Here visitors have the luxury to play 9 holes of golf on a World Heritage Listed Site.
- This oceanside golf course is accessible via Quality Row, one of the only residential streets in the World Heritage Listed Kingston area.
- Andrew Umluft is a local golfer who’s been on the island for 15 years. He is the go-to for golfing advice, be it for a tournament or social game.
- The golf course borders Cemetery Bay on one side and Emily Bay on another. It's a short walk to take a dip in the ocean following a hit of golf.
- The Norfolk Island Golf Course is situated right beside Government House, a grand building built for the Commandant during the convict settlements and the current residence of the Norfolk Island Administrator.
- The golf course clubhouse is a convict-era building with stunning views over the course and ocean. It’s the perfect place to spend the end of a great day of golf.
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