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Port Victoria Golf Club

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Port Victoria  golf club is located 190 km west of Adelaide via the Princes Highway and 172 km south of Port Pirie,

 

18 challenging holes of golf that will have you wondering why you never played it before and have you coming back for more

Stunning views and a friendly welcome to all lucky enough to play this course

 

Port Victoria is a tiny settlement, attractively located on the sea.

The main street has rows of Norfolk pines running all the way down to the sea.

There's a plough at the top of the main street and the town calls itself 'the last of the windjammer ports'.

 

Port Victoria was first surveyed in 1839. It was named after the schooner Victoria which took the surveyor James H. Hughes along the coast. In 1840 he reported that he had discovered fresh water 'only seven feet below the surface one-and-a-half miles from the head of the inner bay' and predicted that Port Victoria would become a large and successful town.

If you are lucky enough to visit the area bring your clubs and play this great course,

Vistors are always welcome

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        until the  Promo Film
          enjoy Port Victoria

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