Kew Golf Club

Kew Golf Club



The Kew Golf Club is Melbournes third oldest golf club. It was formed in 1894 by James Anderson, a solicitor, and Fred Fitts, an architect, to provide golfing facilities for the residents of Kew and Hawthorn. The first course was laid out on leased land about a kilometre south of the present site. It was just south of the Old Outer Circle Railway and was designed by Richard Taylor, Australias first golf professional. The first clubhouse was on the south side of Asquith Street, near the corner of Willsmere Road. The course was extended to the north of the Railway in 1896 and further to the east in 1899 till it occupied much of the land in the area bounded by Asquith Street, Belford Road and Willsmere Road. In these early years some famous Australians were playing golf at the Club: Edwin Flack, Australias first Olympic gold medallist: W.H. Archer, a statistician; outspoken parliamentarian Sir Frank Madden, an early president; controversial musician, Professor Marshall Hall; and Bishop Long who was Headmaster of Trinity Grammar School.


Simon Angliss

Head PGA Teaching Professional
Simon Angliss My passion lies heavily in coaching and assisting players to improve. My philosophy is based on a minimalist approach focusing on the cause of a problem to get the most successful outcome for long term and sustained improvement. I search to find the most appropriate means of communication to best suit the learning style of each individual.

Michael Light

Michael Light After spending 10 years playing on the Australiasian and Asian tours which included 4 top 5 finishes and 15 wins in Pro-Am events, Michael turned his hand to coaching in 2010. He has a passion for assisting golfers in achieving their goals, giving them a better understanding of their swings and course management through his time and experience on tour. He has a great understanding of helping children develop their skills and has had extensive experience in running school programs.

Brian Gardner

Teaching Professional
Brian Gardner

Narelle Anderson

PGA/Golf Australia Community Coach
Narelle is a qualified community coach with the PGA and AGU and has spent 18 years developing her coaching skills in Queensland with various golf coaches. Also graduating at Griffith University in the PGA Golf Program before moving to Townsville to teach junior golf. Narelle currently plays off a handicap of 3 and plays Victorian State ranking events.

30 minute Private Lesson

45 Minute Private Lesson

60 Minute Private Lesson

Course Managment

Custom Fitting

Clinics

Rep Appointment

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Demo & Fitting Days

60 Minute Private Lesson

Clinics

Information Sessions

The Kew Golf Club

120 Belford Road, Kew East Vic 3102

03 9859 2039

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The Kew Golf Club

120 Belford Road, Kew East Vic 3102

03 9859 2039


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