About Lost Farm

Barnbougle Lost Farm is a 20 hole Links Golf course on Tasmania’s North East Coast. Officially opened on 10 December 2010, Lost Farm sits adjacent to The Dunes, which opened in December 2004.

Designed and built by world-renowned US golf course design company Coore & Crenshaw, Lost Farm has quickly captured the attention of international golfers of all abilities.

A Worldwide Winner

Within a week of opening, Lost Farm was rated in the top 10 courses in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine, and also entered U.S. Golf Magazine’s Top 100 List. The course is now positioned firmly as one of the icons in Australia’s golfing crown, rated #3 in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine (behind Dunes at #2), #23 in the World by U.S. Golf Digest and #72 in the World by U.S. Golf Magazine.

With a reputation for minimalistic course design and a philosophy that traditional, strategic golf is the most rewarding, head architect Bill Coore created Lost Farm to compliment the natural layout of the land.

A Course That Offers Drama and Diversity

Despite their close proximity, Lost Farm is remarkably different to The Dunes. Lost Farm features 20 holes, all of which are playable in any one round, and the course layout tracks along the coast and inland amongst sand dunes that are significantly steeper than those featured at The Dunes. The strategic bunkering and undulating greens combined with wide fairways make for a course that offers an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.

About Lost Farm