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75 accommodation suites with contemporary furnishings overlooking the fairways Find out more


Two championship 18 hole golf courses. Find Out More


A la carte restaurant and casual spike bar featuring local produce and wine varieties Find Out More


Tranquil settings coupled with versatile spaces, ideal for all events Find Out More


Unique meeting spaces and corporate boardrooms. Find Out More
Peninsula Hot Springs - Bath House - Hilltop (7)


Onsite Day Spa, neighbouring the award winning Peninsula Hot Springs. Find Out More





2023 Victorian PGA Champion

David Micheluzzi has overcome a seven-shot deficit early in the final round to stage an incredible come-from-behind win at the Victorian PGA at Moonah Links.

After a break-out season last year, winning three times and claiming the Challenger PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit, his latest win further enhances Micheluzzi’s status as one Australia’s most exciting emerging talents.

Recording a final round four-under 68 to finish on a total of 14-under, Micheluzzi edged out Ben Eccles by a solitary stroke. But his latest win was not without some hiccups along the way.

The Victorian started the day six shots behind Kazuma Kobori, and after a double bogey on the 2nd, he found himself even further behind.
As Kobori struggled coming home, Micheluzzi added four more birdies against a solitary dropped shot, with a bogey at the par-4 15th signalling the end of Eccles’ charge and yet another trophy for the man known as Micha’s mantlepiece.

This win particularly special in his home state and in front of friends and family. Something Micheluzzi has been dreaming of since he was a child.

“I’m stoked with how everything went, and yeah to have friends and family here just tops everything,” he said.

“The putter got so hot, it’s probably the best I’ve putted in quite a long time.”

“I’m really proud of how I got myself into the mix, and I holed a few good putts coming in which I’m really proud of,” he said.

“I spoke to my coach yesterday and we just said, ‘Keep moving forward’, and that’s kind of been the message all season really.

Praising the conditioning of the courses this week during his acceptance speech, Micheluzzi will surely be excited by the announcement that the Victorian PGA will be headed back to Moonah Links for another three years.

In the amateur team’s event, Konrad Ciupek and partner Sang Jun Lee took home the trophy with a score of 35-under-par, with amateur Lee’s hole-in-one at the par-3 17th a crucial factor in their success.




Moonah Links is considered one of Australia’s most unique leisure resorts. Boasting two 18 hole championship golf courses, an a la carte restaurant and luxury accommodation. With panoramic views from raised tees, shared greens. With a host of other unique features this course will fast become a must play for all serious golfers.

Moonah Links is conveniently located on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. With some of Victoria’s most popular award winning attractions. Including the Peninsula Hot Springs and neighboring Cups Estate Winery & St Andrews Beach Brewery. One does not need to venture far from the resort to experience the very best that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.



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