Keith Golf Club
Keith is a farming area on South Australia's Limestone Coast, in the SE of the State. In its early years it was known as Mount Monster, after the large granite outcrop at the edge of town. More about Keith at this SMH article.
The Keith Golf Club is 6 km from town, 4 of those being down Sherwood Rd. The ground was once dune country and in dry summers the heat can take a toll on the course. However it is fully watered and has grass greens, and for most of the year it is in good condition. The terrain is undulating, even hilly in places, and the greens are also sloping, presenting true challenges. The Keith golf course is still one of the few Par 73 courses around.
Trees line the fairways, with large mature gum trees across much of the course, offset by patches of pine. Kangaroos often frequent the course. There are bunkers, and a practice fairway is available. Visitors are welcome and bookings are recommended. 18 holes, par 73, ACR 70, 5986 metres. Green fees are $20 for 18 holes.
Wednesday is competition day for ladies, starting at 9.30am, and Saturday for men and ladies starting from 11.30am.