In 2000, the City of Whitehorse developed a strategic plan for the Morack Golf Course with recommendations including:
- Undertaking a redesign & upgrade of the course
- Developing facilities to support social and corporate golfing activities
- Enhancing facility maintenance to improve the course presentation
In 2001, Council appointed Tony Cashmore & Associates to undertake the course redesign with a course masterplan then adopted in 2002. Since then, Council has invested significant capital funds in improving the course that have included:
- New drainage on the 13th and 14th fairways
- New greens at the 5th, 9th, 11th, 12th and 16th holes
- Creation of a new 4th and 5th hole
- Resurfacing of the 5th and 7th fairways with drought tolerant turf surfaces
- Creation of a spare 4th hole minimizing any disruption to the course when undertaking course upgrades by keeping 18 holes in play.
- Extension of the par 4 2nd hole to a par 5 signature hole incorporating a water hazard and drought tolerant turf surface.
- Extension of the 3rd hole with a new elevated tee New tees at the 2nd and 5th holes.
- Resurface and extension of the 17th fairway with the creation of an elevated 17th tee.
Since the start of 2017, Morack Golf Course has worked in conjunction with the Whitehorse to embark on numerous projects to improve the facility for all users, including new drainage on holes 2, 3, 7, 11 and 12; as well as concreted paths on the course, a resurface on the driving range and ongoing maintenance and repairs.