Moree Golf Club

18 Holes
PAR 72
6107 M
7 Reviews
Sitting on the edge of town, Moree boasts a lush 18 hole course measuring 6107m with well manicured fairways and firm elevated greens. There are no bunkers on the course but the soft surrounds and fast sloping greens can make for some tricky chip shots. The front nine has a few elevated tee boxes backing on to the Gwydir Highway and the Mehi River winds its way through the course and comes into play on the back nine. The toughest hole on the course is the 381m par 4 12th with a narrow tee shot over the river toward a left bending fairway to a tight green with hazard scrub looming on the left. This hole is reached after a 120m walk from the 11th green over the river and up a steep hill to the elevated tee which probably isn’t ideal on this demanding hole. Other notable holes include the neat little par 3 17th with two tall gums and the river to avoid and probably the best hole at Moree, the 440m par 5 18th. This is a great finishing hole with a measured tee shot required over the river to a left bending fairway and the optimal landing zone. Your second shot is another crossing of the river with the fairway bending to the right toward the final green and the clubhouse verandah looking on as you putt out your round.  Moree is certainly one of the better grass courses you'll play on in the state's north-west. $27 for 18 holes.
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Found Moree to be an enjoyable park land style golf course. The fairways are predominantly kikuyu and the small mostly elevated greens are not protected by bunkers. However, putting and chipping around this layout is far from simple. If you miss a green, it MUST be short where you can be aggressive with your chip or putt. Things are not at all simple though if you miss to the side of long. Many of the drives have generous landing areas but not all. Some are quite tight and if you're of the fairways, you'll need luck, skill or both. Highly recommended if you're passing through with modestly priced green fees, friendly staff and a good food menu in the bar.
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Back after nearly ten years. Played Sat comp (shocker) and Thurs Vets (Runner up). Course didn't change in five days, so I must have. Keep to the fairways and don't try to get to carried away until you know what's ahead. Fairways are in great nick and the greens are true. Quite a few slope away to the aprons so an accurate lob is the go, not chip and run. No bunkers to worry about but the trees are arranged to jump out and bite. The back nine is tricky so save your best for it with the final par five needing three good golf shots (not long) to get there and finish. Attractive, scenic, tough to play but easy on the pocket. Great club house to end at. Well worth a hit. The Relic.
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Tried to play this course but apparently the entire course is closed for the entire week for a veteran's golf tournament. I asked could I play 9 holes after 3pm, NO! Course closed. I spoke to a number of the veteran golfers and the last groups teed off the 1st and 10th at 12:30 and they couldn't see any problem with a social 9 holes following the last comp group. Is Moree golf club that well off they can reject an income stream for an entire week?
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A good country course. Has access to recycled water so is in reasonable condition. A number of doglegs that are difficult to see from the back tees. The 18th is an interesting finishing hole, with two water carries, you need to stay left with your drive to have any sort of shot towards the green. There is quite a lot of walking between some holes, although it is fairly flat so it's not hard work. Green fees were $20 for 18 holes, so good value. We were there on a Tuesday and it was very quiet, we had the course to ourselves. The downside of this was that there wasn't any food available in the clubhouse. Food only Wednesday to Saturday.

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Played 27/09/05

Well the handicap has come down since my last foray onto our Country's golf courses. And at Moree I managed to play to it. Whether this means that the course is easy or I'm coming to grips with this game I'm not sure.

Very green and pleasant, easy on the eye AND the pocket. The type of course that your average club teen handicapper(me) can play first up and relax.

Played mid week on my own(well,with the leader of the opposition) and enjoyed the course.

The Relic

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Contact us

Golf Course Details
Greenbah Road, Moree
New England, NSW 2400, Australia
Proshop: 0267521480
General: 0267521405