Narrabri Golf Club

18 Holes
PAR 71
5941 M
7 Reviews
Played here yesterday and after the recent rain the course is looking in great shape. Lush fairways and greens is very good nick for a country course. I've played here a couple of times and always enjoy the walk, not a particularly difficult or long course but some interesting holes and great value. Well worth a visit if you're in the area.
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This is an interesting layout, quite flat, but has water in play and some tight driving holes. A reasonable country course. The fairways had a good grass cover and the greens had a good grass coverage and, apart from being a little bumpy, were in good condition. We played in the Sunday comp and the members were very friendly and welcomed vistors. Green fees of $19, including comp fee are very reasonable. It is an easy walk, although most of the members seemed to drive carts. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
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Played the Sat comp here and was welcomed with the usual country hospitality. Fairways were good and greens in top condition. Not particularly difficult but a few well placed trees and use of the natural (mainly flat) terrain keeps the interest up. Extremely hot conditions and an attempt to hydrate with the wrong kind of fluids meant a very ordinary score! Golfer's fault not the course. Relaxed, not costly, and take a cart if it's hot. Thanks to Mark, Max and Chick for the day out in style. The Relic.
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I think the review above has mistaken courses. Narrabri, although affected by drought at times has pretty good fairways. The 'red dirt' is basically well off fairways as the rough is not watered obviously. There are only two bunkers on the course and neither of them are on the 3rd. There are also a number of waterways that add to the challenge of the course. The greens are fairly small and require fairly precise approaches. There are a number of holes that run along fences and several holes where quality course management can serve you better than blazing away with driver. The course is an easy walk and is obviously at its peak after decent periods of rain. The drought does affect the fairways and greens but it is definately worth a stop over and a round or two.
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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

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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 2nd.

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 paced.

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.

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Golf Course Details
Gibbons Street, Narrabri
New England, NSW 2390, Australia
Proshop: 0267921771
General: 0267922344