Arrive and settle in at your hotel.
Venture out to one of Adelaide’s beautiful and plentiful restaurants for dinner.
Golden Boy: Golden Bay at Botanic Bar is a contemporary Thai eatery, located in Adelaide’s east end. Their large, diverse and delicious menu is designed for sharing. Perfect for refuelling after a day on course.
Sean’s Kitchen: A New York-style brasserie offering French-influenced food using the very best of South Australian produce is what is on offer at Sean’s Kitchen. The menu changes regularly as it continues to showcase the fine produce South Australia has to offer, from Coffin Bay oysters and Port Lincoln blue fin tuna to Riverine beef and Saskia Beer’s poultry.
Chianti Restaurant: Centrally located on Hutt Street (in the Adelaide CBD) Chianti is a friendly, warm and critically acclaimed classic Italian trattoria. The menus, which change several times a year, are focused on seasonal and local and interpreted with precisely the same enthusiasm a new season brings in regional Italy. The wine list is sourced from the old and new world and Chianti has an incredible reserve list that features some of the world’s greatest wines.
Head back to accommodation to rest up for tomorrow’s day on course.
Arrange with your driver to deliver you to Royal Adelaide Golf Club
Royal Adelaide Golf Club
With a core of outstanding holes and an unmistakably adventurous streak, Royal Adelaide provides a platform for creative shots and an extremely enjoyable golfing experience.
The course retains the distinctive character of a comparatively open links courses, an attribute by no means common in this country. It is this character which means members and visitors alike recognize as a priceless asset in a golf course situated so close to a major city. Taken as a whole, the Seaton course, with its wide-open spaces, poses more problems than appear at first sight, except under the most benign conditions. Most members are more than happy to complete their round having played to their handicaps.
Designers: H L Rymill, C L Gardner and Dr. Alister MacKenzie
Length: 6557 metres, Par 72
Late lunch at Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar
Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar: Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar is casual, sophisticated, convivial, lively and prides itself on the true flavours of regional Italian cuisine.
Walk through the streets of Adelaide exploring, tasting and sampling the best of SA culture.
Grab a casual dinner on your travels and then head back to the hotel for a little R&R.
Catch a glimpse of Indigenous culture without leaving the city at Adelaide’s Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute: Australia’s oldest Aboriginal-owned and managed multi-arts centre. Tandanya is a visionary and vibrant place for all to experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural expressions through the visual and performing arts.
Lunch at Adelaide Central Market
Adelaide Central Market: Grab a bite in the heart of Adelaide’s foodie culture. Choose from a range of cafes or pick up some produce for a picnic at its many fromageries, patisseries, fruit and vegetable stalls and artisan producers.
Meander through the market and then make your way back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner
Make your way to Orana for a special treat of sensational culinary proportions (BOOK AHEAD).
Orana Restaurant: Taking his curiosity and respect for the Aboriginal people, the oldest surviving culture on earth, Head Chef and Owner Jock Zonfillo celebrates all elements of Australia – from the ancient to the modern – and in the process has created a cuisine that is uniquely his own.
Head back to the hotel.
Arrange with your driver to deliver you to The Grange Golf Club
Play 18 holes at The Grange Golf Club– East Course
The East Course, originally designed by Vern Morcom and opened in 1967, was recently redeveloped by Greg Norman Golf Course Design and reopened in 2012. Its strategic design is routed over slightly flatter ground on the front nine and transitions into some of the best golfing land on the property on the back nine. Many tee shots ask players to make a decision on the line they wish to take – challenging bunkers and native areas off the tee will offer the premium line into greens that are set seamlessly into surrounding undulations.
Designer: Vern Morcom (1967), Greg Norman Golf Course Design (2012)
Length: 6485 metres, Par 72
Pit stop lunch at The Grange Golf Club clubhouse
Play 18 holes at The Grange Golf Club – West Course
The West is a classic golf course with tall pine trees, tight greens and perfectly placed bunkers. First opened in 1926, and redesigned in 2007 by Mike Clayton Golf Designs, it is laid out on excellent golfing country. Its routing is punctuated by wide corridors perfectly suited for strategic golf holes, with Callitris and Monteray Pines and expansive native grass areas giving it the intangible feel of a wonderful place to play golf. Its interesting set of green complexes encourages players to be accurate with the irons. The bunkering is organised to catch poor shots as well as the slightly misplayed good shot, with the undulation of the surrounding ground presenting many stimulating options with the sort shots around the greens.
Designer: 1926, Mike Clayton (2007)
Length: 6336 metres, Par 72
Check out of your accommodation
Arrange with your driver to deliver you to Kooyonga Golf Club
Kooyonga Golf Club
Kooyonga Golf Club is a wonderful example of a championship golf course located in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide. Kooyonga has hosted many international and interstate championships. A true South Australian golfing gem, Kooyonga has always enjoyed a high ranking amongst the private clubs in Australia.
Designer: H C Rymill, 1921
Length: 6,308 metres
Head to the airport for your flight home