Mudgee Golf Club

18 Holes
PAR 71
6044 M
USER RATING
6 Reviews
ajshooter80
Played mudgee early Feb 2014 and had a ball .It is a great country course with some really great hole .challenging for all levels yet freindly for average plyers like me . I found the 11 from memory par 3 was great and also 16th was a great hole .There is plenty reward on most holes for strong drive and the greens where in excellent condition I will find myself playing here a few times a year from now on .
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q-tip
Measures 6048m Par 71 with four par 3s ranging from 127-200m, eleven par 4s ranging from 324-401m and three par 5s ranging from 479-542m. Course has kikuyu grass fairways and teebeds. The small-to-medium sized bentgrass greens are mostly 15-25m long are all front-sloping with good smooth consistent roll. Redbank Creek is a natural waterbody which flows through town and the course to find its way to the Cudgegong River. Only the 3rd and 10th holes features bunkers with a total of still only 3 bunkers on the course. Highlights include: the 200m Par3-7th (index 6) to a 25m long green; the 340m slight dogleg right 10th (index 13) with the creek meandering along the entire rightside rough with trees right to a green guarded by 2 shortside bunkers with the red-staked creek snaking short of the greenside right bunker; the 338m 16th (index 7) which doglegs sharply to the right from 220m off the tee with the red-staked creek along the entire rightside to the 25m long green; and the signature 127m 17th (index 17) with the creek 2m short left of the green edge to avoid. The course is flat with tree-lined but with the wide fairways one feels the course lacks greenside bunkers and water hazards to pose a challenge to the more accomplished golfers. Layout is mostly north-south orientated holes with the added possibility of using the spare hole alongside the 3rd which is used as a practice fairway. Despite Redbank Creek running through the course, but apart from the 10th, 16th & 17th, it does not necessarily come into general play. The course has fairway sprinkler heads with the distances to the centre of the green displayed on them. The coloured flags depicting the pin position are quite odd here: yellow denotes the front and red denotes the back whilst checkered flags denotes the middle of green. Some holes feel a little boring with repetitive styled holes: the 3rd, 5th, 6th, 9th, 12th & 15th are all straight holes with the unbunkered green flags visible from the tee mound. For length alone these are amongst the hardest rated holes on the course, and given there are no hazards on these holes, if you can strike a reasonable ball this course would not challenge your game. For one of the larger towns in the region with around 8500 people I was expecting a challenging layout, but with the wide fairways accuracy is not paramount here, however, the greens are good here. Course access is from Robertson Street on the southern side of the railway line approximately 480m above sea level. Played here 10th April 2012 with $30 green fees. The staff are very friendly as are its members.
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mountainman
Played Mudgee two days ago and with all the recent rains it is lush and green and spongy in parts so when your ball lands it stops abruptly. It's a picturesque course of average challenge and it is well worth visiting for a round. I was disappointed that about six temporary greens were being used with the usual greens under repair. I know that maintenance is required, but how about doing a couple of greens at a time. There are no bunkers and no water hazards to speak of, although the creek through the middle of the course which doesn't look like it usually flows was running well due to the rains. It isn't a long course and while most of the fairways are wide and open a few are quiet tight off the tee, so you need to be straight. My pick of the holes was 16.
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jbfore
This is a good one, it just got the latest watering system installed too so look out next summer. Friendly staff, quality course, always a pleasure to play here. Good mix of long and short holes, only 3 bunkers but raised greens make up for that. Good fairways and greens. Worth a round or two.
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chopper1

Nice layout with a mixture of short and long, narrow, straight and doglegging par 4's, and some par 3's ranging from the slightly downhill 17th 120m to the flat 4th 200m. A tree lined course with several tight fairways.

The greens run fast and true due to regular rolling. Greens are surrounded by thick kikuyu rough which tends to 'catch' clubheads. fairways are fully watered and always in great condition with rarely a bad lie.

A dry creek bed runs through the course is a feature of many holes throughout the round. Both 10 and 16 require a tee shot over the creek and to the left side of the fairway. Anything right on these holes and you are making things difficult to reach the green in two, especially on 16. 17 is a nice short down hill par 3 with the creek bed running across the front of the green.

Lots of nice holes and a real challenge for golfers of all standards. Well worth having a game.

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jwilliamson

I am a member and, obviously, biased but... what a delight if you want a challenge. Hit the ball straight or spend a lot of time manufacturing little recovery shots that eat up your score card. Not a long course, but enough length to challenge everyone. The drought has been hard on the course, but the greens staff do a wonderful job keeping it in very good condition. Tight tree-lined fairways makes your round a true test. Small greens demand accurate iron shots. Raised greens ensure many difficult chips and pitches before you think you can relax. But, true, quick greens with subtle borrows ensure that when you eventually reach the green there are still challenges to conquer. Well worth a visit... or two!

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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
Robertsons Street, Mudgee
Outback NSW, NSW 2850, Australia
BOOKINGS
Proshop: 0263722686
General: 0263721811