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The Metropolitan Golf Club, one of Melbourne’s renowned ‘Sandbelt’ courses and widely regarded as one of the finest championship courses in Australia, is located approximately 20 minutes from the CBD.

Metropolitan enjoys a reputation as one of the best-conditioned and most beautiful courses in the country. Pure couch grass fairways with large, fast bent-grass greens that are hand-mown to the edges of the greenside bunkers add greatly to the challenge of the course. 


How to book and play at Metropolitan

If you are a member of an interstate or overseas golf club and would like to play at Metropolitan, please make a request by email to our Membership and Guest Services Manager, Ben Jarvis –

Limited playing times are generally available on weekdays.

Contact Details

Golf Road
South Oakleigh,
Victoria, 3167. Australia

Golf Bookings: + 61 3 9570 3774
Office: + 61 3 9579 3122
Facsimile: + 61 3 9570 1703


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On Monday 25 June women from 32 clubs around Victoria played in the Women’s Metropolitan Plate. 

Congratulations to Viv Temple, Andrea Blosfelds and Paige Fitzroy from Royal Melbourne Golf Club for winning in a 3 way tie to Victoria GC… Read More

To celebrate five months to go to the Melbourne World Cup of Golf and the public release of tickets, teams of young professionals, PGA Australia trainees and local sports stars assembled at The Metropolitan Golf Club to tackle the fastest… Read More

Tickets are now on sale. Please click here to purchase tickets.

Ahead of the 2018 World Cup of Golf, Fox Sports personalities Paul Gow and Andrew Daddo visited The Metropolitan Golf Club to film a ‘Course Experience’ for its highly popular program, The Golf Show. 

It was the first time Australasian PGA… Read More

The following social media channels will keep you informed about the 2018 World Cup of Golf, to be played at Metropolitan on November 22-25.

History Ingrained in the Sandbelt Region’s Metropolitan Golf Club

PGA Tour, 4th December 2017


What enamored Gene Sarazen in 1934 and captivated Brad Faxon in 1993 will likely still command a dominating presence when competitors arrive for the 2018… Read More