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Nice layout with some tricky holes, you need to keep the ball
straight especially on 1,4,6,9,11,13,15,16 and 17. On 17 if you
don't hit a slice you would be better off hitting an iron to
avoid OB all down the left side. Good value for money.
Enough challenges in the course to keep the regulars of it
interested week in week out and satisfied after a good day out.
A very interesting course and well looked after considering it
gets a lot of social play over the christmas break,afew more
touch ups and they have the makings of a top class course
Played there last week and was surprised to find this jewel not
far from Sydney. The putting surface is fast and true. With most
holes challenging and making you think about shot selection. The
fairways were well maintained. I find it good value for your
dollar and definately worth a visit.
Went and play the men's comp on Saturday. The course is
relative flat, green and fairway are fine in most holes. Good
value for money only 23 for the comp. Not difficult for the
beginners like us. Quite enjoyable.
Over the past month I have been lucky enough to play twice at GGC
and I can report that the golfing experience is one of the best
in the area.
As someone who is happy to invest a little extra time in a golf
day, practice facilities are very important. GCC delivers well on
this front with a conveniently located driving range (external to
the club) located at the race course about 1km down the road,
practice nets, and two practice putting greens... so get there
Once out on the course, a very good B grade course is well
prepared and provides an adequate challenge for almost all
A tight drive on the 1st hole (par 4), leads into a double dog
leg par 5 second which gets the adrenaline pumping. A tricky
water carry is presented to the ladies on the 3rd hole, with the
course providing both threats and opportunities for the next few
holes. The 8th hole is probably the gem of the front 9, with
multiple fairway bunkers and water on the approach protecting a
relatively short par 4.
If the blood is still running after sampling the BBQ lunch
presented at half way, the back nine will continues to entice.
The 10th hole is a shot par 5 which will reward a big hit that
dances with the OOB's stakes. By providing a good balance
between risk and return, the holes that follow remain interesting
and will keep you interested until the real fun begins again at
17, which is for mine the signature hole. If you draw the ball
(like yours truly) look out a moderate drive that is misdirected
left will land squarely into the mangroves on the left. Time to
learn to shape the ball left to right, and be ready to hit 7 iron
+ onto the greens. The 18th will again tempt the big hitters, but
you'll need your short game in ready to deal get close to the
pin which is safeguarded by a chunky bunker.
Overall the course is one of the best 4 star courses around.
Although not providing spectacular views and Hollywood polish
often associated with A grade courses, fast consistent greens and
well mown fairways will keep the purists happy, and good
facilities are provided. Why not have some fun on the coast?
i took my older son there (aged 13) because he wanted to learn
golf and they had a jounur lesson for him. the have a great
selection of clubs in the pro shop and the greens are really
looked after. i say this is the best course on the coast
I am only a junior and only drive the ball 220-240m, and reguarly
play at tuggerah, which is quite long. I was very happy to find a
good length course for me. The course is in great condition and a
good test. (Hit an iron off the 1st tee)
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