Being a private golf club, the majority of the activities on the course and in the Clubhouse at Royal Adelaide Golf Club are for the Members and their guests.
On most days of the week, Members have exclusive use of the course.
Despite many alterations made since the first blow was struck on it 98 years ago, it retains its distinctive character of a comparatively open links course, an attribute by no means common in this country. It is this character which members and visitors alike recognise as a priceless asset in a golf course situated so close to a major city.
Taken as a whole, the Seaton course, with its wide open spaces, poses more problems than appear at first sight, except under the most benign conditions. Most members are more than happy to complete their round having played to their handicaps.