ST ANDREWS BEACH, one of Australia’s formerly top ranked golf courses, will reopen on Friday October 2 as a public access pay-to-play venue.
Approximately 18 months after closing as a result of the financial collapse of the Golf Club Properties Group, the Mornington Peninsula course will be open to all golfers seven days a week.
In an announcement today the new operators, Victorian based company Golf Services Management Pty Ltd, said it would reopen as a pay-to-play venue with affordable pricing.
The Tom Doak designed course was ranked # 9 by Golf Australia in 2006 and had a spot in the worlds top 100.
The announcement says the St Andrews Beach course has been maintained throughout its closure with recent developments allowing improved access for motorised golf carts.
The changes come following the appointment Golf Services Management Pty Ltd to operate and manage the facility.
Golf Services Management says they have over 20 years of experience and promise to bring a truly professional management team to St. Andrews Beach.
According to the course website, green fees for Weekends/Public holidays are $69 ($89 with shared cart) and $49 midweek ( $69 shared cart).
Seniors Card holders are offered a $45 midweek green fee.