#IntSeries: Play Melville Glades with Min Woo

 

 

Golfing hot bed Perth is playing host to next week's Interstate Series.

And while the women’s title will be decided at the world-renowned Royal Fremantle, the host club for the men’s division is perhaps not as well known.

Melville Glades, a private club in the southern suburb of Leeming, is approaching its 50th birthday and is consistently regarded as among the best manicured in Perth.

A classic Australian parkland course lined by magnificent trees, it has couch fairways, G2 Bent greens and Santa Ana tees that will likely play at near its full length of about 6600m from the back tees.

And who better to introduce much of Australia to Melville Glades than rising West Australian star Min Woo Lee.

In preparation for what will undoubtedly be his key role in WA’s title charge, Lee took time to join Golf WA’s Matt Somerford to provide his insight into three of the key holes at Melville Glades.

Some might play harder or longer, but Lee says the second, ninth and 15th holes will be where key moves are made when Australia’s top amateurs converge …

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