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Nullarbor Golf Link Tee (Hole 14 and 15)

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Nullarbor Links Golf Course Hole 14 Golden Horse
Photo from Roe’ving Australia – Nullarbor Links

The Nullarbor Links Golf Course is an 18 hole course spread over 1,365 kilometres with one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway. Some holes are set up specifically for the course, others are a nominated hole at an established golf course.

Hole 14 and hole 15 of the Nullarbor Links Golf Course (or holes 4 and 5 in reverse) are at the Norseman Golf Club. Both holes are Par 4, Hole 14 is 436 metres and hole 15 is a similar 354 metres. Norseman is the western end of the Eyre Highway that most of the holes are along or near. The other three holes are along the Goldfields Hwy.

Hole 14 is called Golden Horse after the horse the town was named after, Hardy Norseman. According to legend, Hardy Norseman was tethered to a tree overnight at nearby Lake Dundas in 1892. When his owner, Laurie Sinclair, returned to him in the morning, the horse unearthed a gold nugget.

The 14th Tee is devoted to Laurie Sinclair, owner of the local legend Hardy Norseman, the horse that discovered gold and had a town named after him.

Nullarbor Links Golf Course Hole 15 Ngadju
Photo from Roe’ving Australia – Nullarbor Links

Hole 15 is called Ngadju after the Ngadju people, the traditional owners of the land at Noresman. The lake that can be seen from the course is called Warrarnbunna, meaning the place of the long ground. The eucalupt forest around the course is the largest woodland forest in the world, called the Great Western Woodland.

The 15th Tee is devoted to Mort Harslett, a pioneer who lived his entire life at Norseman. He was the founding member of the Historical Museum and remembered for his mail delivery in the early days to properties along the Nullarbor.

Next: Hole 16 – Silver Lake

Next Reverse: Hole 13 – Sheep’s Back

To get there:

Brown sign for Nullarbor Golf Link Tee

The Nullarbor Links Golf Course Hole 13 Sheep’s Back is located at the Fraser Range Station. It is about 720km west of the Western Australia/South Australia border and about 200km north of Esperance in Western Australia.

From Hole 13 Sheep’s Back, head north along Dempster Dr back to Eyre Highway and turn left heading west and follow for about 102km. At the end of the highway in Norseman, turn left towards Esperance on the Coolgardie – Esperance Hwy. Follow for 850m and turn right into Morgan St at the brown sign for Nullarbor Golf Link Tee. Follow Morgan St for about 500m and continue as it sweeps to the right on Golfcourse Rd, following for another kilometre to reach the clubhouse.

From Hole 16 Silver Lake, turn left onto Goldfields Highway heading south-west for 16km to Coolgardie-Esperance Hwy. Turn left towards Norseman and follow the highway for 111km and turn right into Morgan St at the brown sign for Nullarbor Golf Link Tee. Follow Morgan St for about 500m and continue as it sweeps to the right on Golfcourse Rd, following for another kilometre to reach the clubhouse.


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