Murray
Rich River Golf Club Resort
36 Holes
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Rich River offers two distinct Championship golf courses, immaculately groomed and playable all year round.

Rich River Golf Club Resort is the perfect place to stay and play. Boasting superb sporting facilities including two eighteen hole championship golf courses, tennis courts, bowls greens, and croquet lawns, it is the ideal venue for the sports person. With our onsite accommodation complex you can stay and play in our beautiful surrounds.

If your idea of playing is entertaining and dining, then come and see some of the best international and local artists performing regularly. Experience exciting dining at Cafe Mosaics, our international buffet at Tatalia Restaurant, or simply relax with a drink and watch the sunset under our sails.

Space, fresh air and freedom, only two and a half hours from the hustle and bustle of the city, Rich River Golf Club Resort is the closest Murray River Golfing destination to Melbourne and is ideal for a day trip, weekend away or holiday.

Situated in the heart of one of Australia’s most enticing and historic regions Echuca-Moama offers an unsurpassed range of attractions for discerning holiday makers and business people alike.

The breathtaking beauty of the magnificent Murray River, the third largest river system in the world, has long been a major drawcard for visitors from around the world, and nowhere can its natural splendour be better appreciated than in the Echuca – Moama area.

Rich River Golf East
Rich River Golf West
18 Holes
PAR 72
6247 M

The East Course, though, is no pushover. Measuring 6,247 metres off the men’s tees, it plays to a par of 72. Redesigned by Peter Thomson in 1998, the East Course is links style with water coming into play on several holes.

The East Links Course has been redesigned under the guidance of International Course Designer, Peter Thomson who has enhanced the rugged character of the course to challenge the country’s finest golfers as well as entertain the weekend social players.

 

18 Holes
PAR 72
6227 M

The West Course stretches to 6,227 metres off the men’s tees, playing to a par of 72. Ladies benefit from an extra shot on the 5th, playing this tough par-4 for the men as a par-5. Opened in 1979, the West Course has been host to many professional events. It has a tight layout with tree-lined fairways and elevated greens making scoring perhaps tougher than on the East Course. 

The West Course is the more traditional course of the complex, offering lush green fairways all year round. It is flanked by traditional red gums and native flora; the small but tricky greens are blended well into the manicured fairways.

15 Reviews
tommo2
Rich River Golf East
Played in the Tuesday 4BBB comp on 21/7/15. Members were friendly and helpful and playing with a stranger not an issue. Noticeable increase in fairway bunkers and water on the East, made for interesting day, Strong winds made for tough walk but team Relic came in with a respectable 40 points. 51 won it! As per all along the Murray, fairways are winter brown but still a treat to play. Greens slick and tough to read. Fair hike from 9th to car park to Pro shop to clubhouse so add twenty minutes to your round. Great 19th when you get there. Thanks Craig, Bob and Tom. Don't miss Rich River. The Relic.
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tommo2
Rich River Golf West
Played West course 16/7/15. Joined friendly local members in the comp for an enjoyable round. As with all the Murray courses at the moment the fairways are winter brown but great to play off. Shared a buggy so no feel for the walk. Member consensus is divided on the better so give yourself time to play both. Not much bunker trouble on the West, great greens with tough pin placement today. Flash clubhouse with all the extras. Fair drive from Moama and further from Echuca which is a fairly busy town. The Relic.
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coxy65
Rich River Golf West
Played the west course today and must say what an enjoyable day. From tee to green this course is in great condition, lovely mowed tees and fairways. Excellent bunkers and green surrounds and the greens the best I've played on so far on the murray. Lady in the pro shop was nice and helpful. would highly recommend. coxy65
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montyjerry
Rich River Golf West
I've never been really bullish about the West course - have been playing it on & off for 15 years or so - but it's growing on me. There are more spectacular courses along the Murray, and traffic seems to be more of an issue here than most others, but if you get on early morning and have the course to yourself you'll be sweet. Holes 6-9 are probably the prettiest holes on the course, 16 is currently a temporary par 3 as an estate is going up alongside, deprives you of the best hole probably. If you stay straight everything is reachable. Probably not as grand a course as you'd expect but the whole experience is a beauty.
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q-tip
Rich River Golf East
Rich River (East Course) measures 6247m Par 72 with four par 3s ranging from 144-194m, ten par 4s ranging from 315-410m and four par 5s ranging from 446-536m. Course has Wintergreen couch grass fairways and teebeds and rough with eucalypt tree-lined layout. The medium-large sized bentgrass greens have a mixture of poa in them but are relatively smooth and well-paced without being too slow or fast. Every hole except the 194m 13th is bunkered with a total of 81 bunkers on this layout. Highlights include: the 145m 8th (index 13) to a green with 4 bunkers and bank leftside of the green which slopes to the red-stake water hazard; the 390m slight fairway bend left 12th (index 1) with a red-stake pond along the right rough off the tee and 2 fairway bunkers left rough also off the tee to a 30m wide green with 3 bunkers and also another bunker 100m out of the green on the right; the 346m 17th (index 8) which requires a teeshot of no more than 230m off the back tee to avoid the 2 fairway bunkers right and a red-stake ponds along the leftside rough to the green which is guarded by 3 bunkers; and the 532m 18th (index 5) which is by far the most bunkered hole on either course layout with 11 bunkers, which bends to the left with 2 fairway bunkers 230m off the tee and another 2 bunkers 80m short right of the green which is guarded short by 6 bunkers and another bunker rightside of the middle of the green. Overall, the East Course is a touch longer and is more challenging than the West Course. A striking difference between the two layouts is the absence of numerous fairway bunkering off the tee on the West Course. Just remember this oddity that 150m distance stakes are to the MIDDLE of the green whilst the fairway sprinkler heads distances are to the FRONT of the green. Played here on 26/09/12 with $35 green fees. Course access is 8km NW of the Echuca city centre or 100km (or 75 minutes) north of Bendigo. Echuca and the NSW town of Moama has a population of around 17000 people. Course conditioning at both layouts are quite good. I'd recommend a round here.
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q-tip
Rich River Golf West
Time for an update on this layoutRich River (West Course) measures 6227m Par 72 with three par 3s ranging from 138-177m, twelve par 4s ranging from 325-400m and three par 5s ranging from 452-482m. Course has Wintergreen couch grass fairways and teebeds and rough with eucalypt tree-lined layout. The mostly medium-large sized bent grass greens have a mixture of poa in them but are relatively smooth and well-paced without being too slow or fast. Every hole except the 381m 2nd is bunkered with a total of 43 bunkers on this layout. Highlights include: the 375m 12th (index 6) which sharply doglegs 75 degrees right from 220m off the tee with a fairway bunker left off the tee at the dogleg corner with Howard Lake' on the right from the dogleg corner to the green which is guarded by a bunker short left; the 162m 13th (index 13) with 3 bunkers short right; and the 371m straight 18th (index 5) with 2 shortside bunkers guarding the green. The back nine is by far more challenging, longer and more bunkered with the pick of the holes being over the access driveway roadway: at the 400m Par 4 15th (index 1) which sharply doglegs 45 degrees right from 200m off the tee where there is a fairway bunker at the dogleg turn on the left to a green guarded by 2 leftside bunkers; and the most bunkered hole on the East Course (with 7 bunkers) being the 452m Par 5 16th (index 15) with a slight fairway bend right with 4 fairway bunkers right off the tee to a green with another 3 bunkers long and short. Apart from the par 4s at 15 & 18, the par 4s fail to inspire here as most are straight with a slight fairway bend left or right with minimal bunkering and similar lengths. Overall, the East Course is a touch longer and is more challenging than the West Course. A striking difference between the two layouts is the absence of numerous fairway bunkering off the tee on the West Course. Also many of the front nine greens here are much smaller than the greens on the back nine. Played here on 27/09/12 with $35 green fees. Course access is 8km NW of the Echuca city centre or 100km (or 75 minutes) north of Bendigo. Just remember this oddity that 150m distance stakes are to the MIDDLE of the green whilst the fairway sprinkler heads distances are to the FRONT of the green. Echuca and the NSW town of Moama have a population of around 17000 people. Course conditioning at both layouts are quite good. I'd recommend a round here.
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Twenty Four Lane, Moama
Murray, NSW 2731, Australia
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