Sunshine Golf Club      18th hole Par4 (mens)352 mtrs (Ladies) 302mtrs      Mt.Derrimut, Victoria, est.1924 Men's: Par 72 , 6240metres  Ladies: Par 72,  5226metres Course Architect: Craig Parry with Pacific Coast Design Sunshine Golf Club was where I started to play golf. I joined the club when I was 10 years of age. I was hooked immediately. We had a junior competition every Saturday morning. It was keenly contested by  about 12 juniors ranging in ages from 10yrs-18yrs.  I have my name on the wall as a past champion at age 14. The new Sunshine Golf Club will be moving from its present location, to the west side of the freeway that  Australand owns. Australand will then build the new course for the members. When the 18 holes have been  completed, Australind will then develop the old Sunshine Golf Club into housing estate. It is definitely the  best move for the club. The view from the clubhouse in the evening is one of the most impressive vistas of the city of Melbourne. As for the golf course, it has a ridge running through the property. 6 holes will be on the west side of  the hill and 12 holes on the eastern side. One of the features of this site is the stone fences that  surround the property. We will be making a stone wall that will come into play on the running parallel  along the left side of the fairway and ending at the green. It was a similar hole that I played at North  Berwick in Scotland
3rd hole tee shot with the city in the back drop
3rd hole grassed in 2007
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