Capital Country
Goulburn Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 71
5801 M
Do you like two-tiered greens? You'll find one on the 14th hole at Goulburn Golf Club in New South Wales.
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Goulburn Golf Club is one of the oldest established golf clubs in New South Wales Australia, with a history extending back to 1898. The golf course is a premier golf course in the Southern Tablelands.

Goulburn is a city at the heart of the Southern Tablelands and provides numerous heritage and tourist attractions of interest to all.

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6 Reviews
Played here for the first time today. I expected more from a course in a town the size of Goulburn. The course was boring, had many crazy crossover holes that are quite dangerous & the condition was poor. Most fairways had large bare patches, the greens were very slow & bunkers were crusty. The number of cars in the car park looked very healthy, so it's all a bit confusing. Won't be rushing back here again
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I have played at the Goulburn Golf Club a few times and the greens are usually very good although the tees and fairways are usually very dry and require a lot more grass coverage. Compared to many courses in Canberra and the highlands Goulburn Golf Club is fairly simple with a basic layout. The bunkers on the course are good most of the time but can sometimes become hard. The course doesn't play very long and is extremely forgiving on bad shots as there are not very many OOB or water hazards. I believe that Tully Park is slightly more challenging as the Par 3's are much longer and the fairways are much tighter.Both courses charge $15 but in my opinion Tully Park is usually in better condition and is slightly more challenging.
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Measures 5793m Par 71 with five par 3s ranging from 136-198m, nine par 4s ranging from 269-425m and four par 5s ranging 425-497m. Course has good, firm true greens which I rate very highly. The teeboxes are very bumpy and hard to find a flat lie and stance. The fairways are dry and patchy in some areas, but has a fair covering of grass. Couldn't comment on the bunkers - as I didn't play from one! Not an overly thickly tree-lined course, but some holes have strategically placed bunkers to punish the wayward shot. The par 5s are very weak and if I didn't look at the card I would have thought the 440m 2nd and 425m 16th are par 4s. They are short and have minimal bunkering. Highlights include: *the driveable 269m par 4 4th with a road along the far right, fairway sloping to the left and a bunkerless green to attack from the tee. *The 380m 6th with its undulating fairway could see you hit a mid-low iron to a green that is protected by 4 bunkers. Wacth out: players hitting over you on the 7th tee are to your left... *The 136m 8th with the Mulwaree River to hit over to a bunkerless green with some thick rough and OOB right. *The 425m par 4 18th slightly doglegs left with a water hazard 130m short of the green which is guarded by 3 bunkers. My favourite is the 369m slight dogleg left 14th, with a bunker on the right 230m from the tee, OOB maintenance shed right of green to a two-tiered rear to front sloping green with 2 bunkers. The course has an unusual layout which has holes 6 & 7, 8 & 9 and 15 & 16 criss-crossing across each other! I felt the layout feels quite tight with some teeboxes literally backing onto greens within 10 metres - 17th tee backing onto the 2nd green, etc. All it takes is an errant approach from someone and you could have quite a headache. Possibly the only headache on the course, as arguably the layout is fairly unchallenging. Played here 14/08/2010 and only paid $20 green fees which is quite cheap. Just watch out for players hitting over you as the criss-crossing layout could be a little hazardous. Drought-affected but its greens are enough reason to give it a go!
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Good country course, greens were the standout feature. Fast, true, generously sized. Fairways 6/10. Not bad but I couldn't say lush. It's a good test of golf. Missing the greens on the wrong side is death given their speed and the many undulations. What made the day however was how friendly the club was. The club pro Graeme probably the most welcoming club pro I've met both on the phone and in person. Other members were saying to come back again, and this was during their Club Championships. They even awarded one in our group a free beer for getting such a bad score. Beer was cheap, food was fine, bistro girl was pretty. Reasonably priced. Great day.
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Goulburn has struggled through the drought with preferred lies for about 4 years. Even with these excessive demands the course is extremely well maintained and a pleasure to play. The course is well set out and a good test of all golf’s skills. The greens are quick and true. The club house provides a great meal and cold beer with excellent service. The club pro is knowledgeable and a provides well stocked shop.

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The greens would be the equal of most city & regional championship courses. The Tees currently need some work as many are uneven and lacking in cover.

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Golf Course Details
Blackshaw Road, Goulburn
Capital Country, NSW 2580, Australia
Proshop: 0248218133
General: 0248212454