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Course is looking and playing great after extenstive summer rains
and more recent follow up rain. Irrigation must have also
improved (as i played 2 years ago and things were a bit dry).
This trip saw tees, fairways and green in good condition.
Good variety among holes – extra water on course has
increased hazards, coming into play on a few holes now. A few big
established gum trees makes for interesting approach shots.
Friendly feel around pro shop and club house. Very quiet out on
the course – only a handful a player on the Tuesday I
played. On Thursday, the members were happy for me to join an
informal weekly competition that attracts about 30 players.
Definately worth playing if in the area or passing through
Not bad for a country course. Struggling with the drought but
that is to be expected. A lot of run to be had for those that hit
low, hard drives so some big drives can be hit.
1st is a 295m par 4. Driveable & a good birdie opportunity.
Don't slice as out of bounds comes into play, same for the
6th is a dogleg right par 4 with the option of hitting over the
trees or around the corner.
Out of bounds on left on 10th & 11th, both par 4's which
comes into play for those with a hook. Same on par 5 14th.
Generally course is straight up and down. Most greens are small
& have banks around them. They are quite firm and reasonably
Only 2 bunkers on the course, oe on the par 3 8th and one on the
par 3 12th.
Overall not bad, plays better & more challenging when there
is plenty of water around.
Measuring 5936m Par 71 course, with 11 Par 4s ranging from
295-390m, 3 Par 5s ranging from 470-490m and four Par 3s ranging
from 115-175m. Holes are not challenging for the keen golfers,
but has a flattish layout, with many straight up-and-back holes.
Apart from the 3rd (best hole in my opinion, with 325m Par 4 with
creek protecting the front green and bunkers left and right)
there are no other water hazards on the course.
Greens are in very poor condition (dry, dead patches with slow to
none break) but good for country course standards! Fairways are
non-existent to due dry conditions, with red dirt a common sight
on most fairways. Teebeds are not too bad, with a few relatively
flat lies around. It has more bunkers than other country courses,
and they do come into play ñ some good design there!
Cost is reasonable as well, $21 for 18 holes 7 days a week
(played here 13/4/06) is not bad value. Electric carts are $22.
Course could do with some water holes just to increase the
challenge and scenery. Friendly members and clubhouse though.
Donít expect too muchÖ
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