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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
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.
After driving for hours in the dry country, I did't expect
such a nice green course.
Only $20 for visitors. We didn't book in but were able to
play with no problem on a Sunday noon. However, were not able to
get a motorized cart.
The course's use of the landscape and the river running
through it, is good but uncreative. Most courses use the elevated
part as hit off tee ground, and they happen to be ones needing to
cross the river. The greens are very slow. The fairways are
Generally, very good and excellent quality golf that compares to
any others of its like (non-resort style, club operated) in the
metro or coastal area.
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