Outback NSW
Blayney Golf Club
9 Holes
PAR 68
5236 M
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The Blayney Golf Club is situated just south of Blayney on the Mid Western Highway.

The sloping Bent grass greens, tight fairways and tricky Par 3's, this best kept nine-hole course in NSW is certainly a challenge for every type of golfer. 

The Blayney Golf Club can cater for all your party needs.

With a perfect layout, warm wood fire, air conditioning, kitchen facilities, friendly bar staff, this place is the only place to hold your function.

From 21st's to weddings, the Blayney Golf Club is the best spot for your special day.

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Blayney measures 2662m Par 34 with three par 3s ranging from 121-176m, five par 4s ranging from 302-424m and the 454m Par 5 3rd. Course is well-maintained with a full-time greenskeeper. The fairways are mostly rye grass with South African couch grass taking over most of the fairway landing areas, thus, ensuring there are no bad lies out there. There are 9 small-to-medium sized bent grass greens are reasonably paced. The teebeds are, like its fairways, a mixture of South African couch and rye grass. There are no bunkers on the course but there is a natural creek which runs along the 5th and 6th holes. 1st-305m straight hole with a small front-sloping green visible from the tee. 2nd-121m with a 25m long and narrow green. 3rd-454m slight bend right Par 5 to a wide fairway which slopes gently to the right with an OOB fence and posts along the left to another 25m long front-sloping green with OOB rather close on the left of the green. 4th-320m slight dogleg right with a teeshot over a fairway crest with tall trees on the left and OOB further left. The 25m long green is not visible from the tee. Probably one of the signature holes here. 5th-422m long straight Par 4 with the flag visible from the elevated tee over the driveway entrance roadway to the right required to avoid the natural red-staked creek which runs along the left rough to a small green. Probably the other signature hole here. 6th-128m with a teeshot over the red-staked creek to a medium-sized green. 7th-424m another long Par 4 with a slight bend to the left with tall trees guarding the medium-sized green. 8th-302m slight bend right with the flag not visible from the tee to the tiniest green on the course. 9th-186m good finishing hole with grassy hollows short of the medium-sized green. Overall, some challenging long par 4s at the 5th and 7th with enough vegetation around to think where to place your next shot. Course also has access to a storage dam (which is full from the summer rains) behind the 2nd and 6th par 3 greens. Compared to other 9-hole grass green courses in the region, Blayney is more challenging and better maintained than Canowindra (45 minutes west via Mandurama), Boorowa (150km south-west via Cowra) and Crookwell (145km south via Abercrombie Caves). The Central Tablelands town of Blayney with around 3000 people offers a challenge to most golfers. Course access is 4km south of the town centre on the Mid-Western Highway approximately 910m above sea level. Land to the east of the golf course rises above 1000m above sea level and it is not uncommon for snow to fall on the course itself. Played here 9th March 2012 with only $10 green fees is great value. The clubhouse can be contacted only on weekends as during the week to play you drop your fees in the box. Highly recommend a quick 90-minute round here. Easy flat walking course with no hills to climb and 30 minutes south-west of Bathurst.
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bazz21
Played here last weekend and thought it was fantastic. Fairways are in great condition. Very tricky greens. Great little nine hole course. Probably the best nine hole course I've played. Bar staff very friendly and helpful. A credit to a little Club where a massive amount of volunteer work is done.
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smithie

Blayney is apleasant course, but is only 9 holes. It can be easy to get onto and pleasant to play without being too demanding. The course lacks in length a bit.

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mattsmith2

Blayney Golf Club is a great little course. It is not exceendingly challenging but is great fun to play and has some of the best kept greens in the Central West Of NSW. Features some short par 3's that definetly require accuracy and some long challenging holes. With it's cheap green fees and availabililty to play, Blayney Golf Club is a very good course for any golfer.

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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
Carcoar Road, Blayney
Outback NSW, NSW 2799, Australia
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