Situated near the Central Business District, the course is close to most of the town's holiday accommodation and a short walking distance from the rest.

The course offers well watered fairways and excellent greens, some holes are ideal for the casual golfer, and others testing for the more experienced. Magnificent views are a feature of the western side of the course. A licensed clubhouse provides meals during holiday periods.

A journey down fairways twelve and up thirteen can be slightly intimidating, however the backdrop of the lighthouse fronting the Southern Ocean is well worth the walk. Evening golfers are rewarded with brilliant sunsets over the sea.

Robe is a historic fishing village with many original buildings being preserved or restored and, because of the compactness of the town, a days walk will transport the tourist back to the days of the settler.

Home of the Southern Rock Lobster, visitors journey to the town just to partake of a meal of this culinary delight.

A holiday in Robe is not to be missed and there is usually abundant accommodation for all tastes and pockets. Fishing, swimming, bowls and particularly golf. Robe has it all.