Central Coast
Wyong Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6078 M


If you are in the mood for a laid back, relaxing day or night out, look no further than the friendly Wyong Golf Club.

The newly renovated Clubhouse on the Pacific Highway north of Wyong has expansive views of the picturesque golf course and Ridgeway ranges.

Wyong Golf Club has so much to offer including a Full Bistro ($7.50 daily lunch specials), New Full Range Pro Shop, Practice Putting & Separate Chipping Green, Driving nets, Board Room & Function Room Hire comfortably seating 200 people of less, ideal for weddings.

13 Reviews
Impressive 1st, 10th and 15th holes from the clubhouse. Great conditions on the tees, fairways and the greens. Half the holes were littered with leaves, making ball searching on the fairways tedious (but we did notice the greenkeepers were out all day trimming and cleaning). As it was hot that day, I particularly enjoyed the bench shade available at the tee of each hole and bubblers placed around the course. Great value for money.
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As a member of Wyong I can't speak highly enough about the course. As per some reviews have mentioned it isn't the most challenging course and doesn't have the most variety. However the course is always presented in fantastic condition, especially considering the amount of rain that has been around in recent times. If you move to the Central Coast and don't want to break the bank for a golf membership I would highly recommend selecting Wyong. Friendly people, lovely course, cold beer, you can't lose!
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Easily the best value course on the coast. Not a whole lot of risk/reward holes but the place is in good condition, the staff are helpful and you're asked to play a variety of shots during your round. The final three holes are a little weak but that's not always a bad thing - in fact, I think they designed it that way to keep people coming back.
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With the 157m downhill teeshot to the 15th green being out of play for about 12 months, the longest hole on the course the 531m Par 5 10th has been split into 2 holes: 397m Par 4 slight bend right 10A and 142m uphill 10B. Upon the completion of the new 15th and 18th greens Wyong will measure 6095m Par 72. Wyong temporarily measures 5921m Par 71 with five par 3s ranging from 139-185m, nine par 4s ranging from 333-397m and four par 5s ranging from 449-475m. Course has fairly lush kikuyu fairways and teebeds with wide tree-lined fairways. The small-to-medium-sized bent grass greens are soft and play sluggishly. There are 8-9 ponds on the course but only the 5th hole hazards come into general play, as all other water hazards are well off into the rough. There are 23 bunkers on the course with no more than 27 bunkers when the 15th and 18th greens are back in play. The most challenging part of the course is the 3 opening outward nine holes: when they re-instate the Par 5 at 531m 10th which plays slightly uphill from the gentle dogleg corner to a small bunkerless green; the 389m slight bend right 11th (index 3) from an elevated tee with a red-staked pond far left from 180m off the tee to a 25m long front-sloping green with a bunker left; and the 390m slight bend left 12th (index 1) which plays uphill from 150m out to another front-sloping green with 3 bunkers. Other highlights include: the 453m slight dogleg right 5th (index 12) with OOB far right over the trees and 2 red-staked ponds far left on your 2nd shot to avoid with a yellow-staked creek across the fairway about 40m short of the green with 2 bunkers shortside; the short 335m slight bend right 6th (index 5) with trees and OOB far right off the tee to a tiny green guarded by grassy mound short right and a bunker leftside; the 365m straight 7th (index 9) with a red-staked pond 265m off the tee on the left to another small green with 2 bunkers; and the 185m slightly uphill 9th (index 6) with a large bunker right which is by far the most challenging par 3 on the course. For the first-time at this course and to score -4 through holes 16-18 reflects more on the course's weak finish than me: with 1 bunker and 2 wide par 5 fairways at 16th and 18th the only challenge on the closing 3 holes is to block out the traffic noise from the Old Pacific Highway/Lucca Road intersection at the short 139m 17th tee. A little disappointing to finish on the weak closing 3 holes especially after the challenging opening 3 outward nine holes. Overall, the front nine is the more challenging with all greens bunkered with a variety of holes. The par 4s have similar tee-to-green styles and the par 5s are not overly long and challenging. One positive is the new 15th green which is taking shape with bunkers and a good view from the clubhouse. Apart from the 333m 8th (index 10) which doglegs 90 degrees left, all holes are mostly straight with gentle dogleg bends. The flat and fairly wide tree-lined layout with minimal hazards has no real challenges for the more accomplished golfers. If you want the best course conditioning and challenges on the Central Coast with more sand and water hazards you should play at Kooindah Waters and Magenta Shores. Course access is from the old Pacific Highway about 2km north of the Wyong CBD adjacent to the North Wyong Industrial Estate and the railway line which is on the leftside of holes 12-14. Played here 13/1/2012 with $30 green fees. Nice clubhouse with friendly staff and members here. Overall, Wyong has slightly better course conditioning than Toukley, but Wyong is nowhere near as challenging as Toukley.
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Played this course yesterday after a lot of rain.The fairways were waterlogged but suprisingly the greens were not as slow as i thought they would be.I have played here a few times and i have enjoyed it everytime.The pro shop staff were very friendly.Would recommend it to everyone.
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played wyong 7/5/2011 only played socialy so you cant get on till after 3pm on a weekend. they run dual tees and upto 240 members playing in the comp. so if in the area play mid week if social. as for the course its definetly the pick on the upper central coast. i have played morriset and toukley but this is the pick.a very well maintained course with great lengthed par 4sand 5s green are excellent and well bunkered. on down side is it gets a little muddy under foot after rain .the course lays next to the swamp and thats the only draw back if ilived on the coast i would definetly join this place its the pick of the crop 4 stars
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Golf Course Details
Pacific Highway, Wyong
Central Coast, NSW 2259, Australia
Proshop: 0243521511
General: 0243521361