Royal Adelaide

Stirling Golf Club

Australia, South Australia, Adelaide
3.6 (16)
Designer: H.L. Rymill
Course Opened: 1925

Formerly the Mount Lofty Golf Club, the Stirling Golf Club is located in the tranquil Piccadilly Valley, and only a short 20 minutes from the Adelaide CBD. We are a picturesque 18 hole course and 4,751 metres in length with a 67 par and an ACR rating of 65.

One of the great pleasures of playing at The Stirling Golf Club is the wonderful course environment. Cox’s Creek meanders through the course, and together with a number of dams and lakes, the water attracts a wide variety of bird life. You may even see the odd koala if you are lucky, and our resident white kangaroo can often be seen near the 7th fairway.

The course is located in some of the most pristine natural bushland in the Adelaide Hills. The deciduous trees look fantastic in Autumn, transforming the course into a stunning display of colour.

The Club began as Mount Lofty Golf Estate Ltd in 1925, when five members of the Adelaide Golf Club (now Royal Adelaide) established a course that would provide some relief from the summer heat.
"Cargie" Rymill, who laid out the nine-hole course, was also involved in the planning of Kooyonga, Glenelg, Grange and Royal Adelaide Golf Courses

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