Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Course

Bridport, Tasmania, Australia

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    At a Glance

    Course Architect Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw
    Par 72
    Course Type Links
    Course Length 7,112 Yards / 6,503 Metres
    No. Holes 20

    About

    Rated in Golf Digest’s Top 50 Courses in the Wolrd, Barnbougle Resort’s Lost Farm golf course is legendary. The course sits in The Top 10 courses by the Golf Australia Magazine. Lost Farm is the newest course at Barnbougle Resort, opening in 2004. The course was designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw of U.S. based design company Coore and Crenshaw. The duo has completed other renowned courses such as Streamsong ResortCabot Cliffs, and more recently Bandon Dunes Sheep Ranch course. The Lost Farm golf course at Barnbougle Resort resides in Australia’s island state of Tasmania, on the north-east coast. Various images supplied by Gary Lisbon.


     

    This golf course features on our Signature Tasmania Golf Cruise in February 2022.

    Club Details

    425 Waterhouse Rd, Bridport TAS 7262
    (03) 6356 0094

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    The ocean-side links golf course is unique in that there are 20 holes of golf, totalling a par of 78. The 13th and 18th holes have an additional “13A, 18A” that serve as additional par-3’s. The 20-hole course comprises of prime links land with both a traditional Irish influence and a uniquely Australian aesthetic. Native grasses and distinctly Australian scrub define the course’s topography. Huge waste areas requiring long carries and bunkers add to the excitement at Lost Farm.

     

    Designed with a minimalist approach, Lost Farm is moulded into the terrain. Fierce sea breezes sweep across Tasmania from the Great Australian Bight and the Antarctic, making golf at Barnbougle as authentic as the great British Isles courses. The natural weave of the course is more distinguishable than The Dunes course, as the golf course meanders around natural features and appears less sculpted than The Dunes. The golf complex lies adjacent to the Forester River and features Tasmanian hinterland panoramas as well as views over the Bass Strait, with the entire complex being wedged between the two bodies of water. Exceptional quality, scenery and serenity comprise Barnbougle’s Lost Farm links.

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