Southern Highlands
Mount Broughton Golf & Country Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6619 M


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Mount Broughton Golf & Country Club was opened in November 1994 and rapidly gained the reputation as one of the country’s top 100 golf courses. Mount Broughton Golf & Country Club is a naturally beautiful site and is reputedly one of the longest courses in Australia. From the championship tees the course has a rating of 76.

Sweeping rye grasses and the course’s natural waterways, lush greens and undulating fairways, creates an incredible vista. Abundant wildlife inhabits the course adding to the magnificent atmosphere. Adjoining Mount Broughton Golf & Country Club, Peppers Manor House Southern Highlands is the perfect place to relax and indulge after a tricky day on the golf course.

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60 Reviews
Beautiful club house and location. Some very nice and some very challenging holes. Poor on course signage often difficult to find next hole or correct tee box. Bring lots of balls, if you venture from fairway you will not find your ball. In winter bring a pair of wellies, extremely waterlogged, 4 of the 18 should not have been in play with fairways in very poor condition. Will play again, but probably not in a rush and definitely in summer where the course should be dryer.
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Great course in a beautiful location. Challenging, but not punitive or unreasonable. If you hit it straight off the tee you can score well here - if not you will lose plenty of balls! The course was very damp in places after a deluge in the last few weeks - and winter causing slow drying conditions. However the fairways were mostly fine - and the greens were wonderful. The greens were true and rolled well - not too quick, just a good consistent rolling surface. The course is long - we played in comp from the blue tees - but the fairways are wide and you have to spray your tee shot to be in trouble. The rough is very deep, you won't find a ball that goes in - but it is marked in some areas as hazard rather than facing lost balls. There is a lovely links feel to the course, rolling hills and undulations - but obviously it is a long way from links land (being the link between farm and ocean). The passing freight trains add to the atmosphere of the course - making the natural environment stand out even more against the course. The 2nd is a memorable and tough par 3 from an elevated tee. The back nine is a real challenge with some long par 4s - the 17th and 18th a tough close to a round. We were around in 4hrs on a Saturday - with no one behind - and no slow play in front. The bunkrs were in bad shape, but the recent rain is to blame for that. The club house is a great place for a beer - cosy and warm. Friendly bar and pro shop staff. I'm planning to go back next month!
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Very long course(we played off the black tees) with unplayable roughs off the admittedly wide fairways. We played in early Sep 2014 after heavy rains so the course was little soggy and no carts. It was also quite windy. These all added to the difficulty. Impression was that it was a rectangular shaped course with boundary fence on the right on much of the holes. So if you slice this is not going to be a fun course. Memorable holes were No 2 which is a 220m long par 3 off a "cliff" into a green surrounded by creek that flows front and left. Boundary fence on right. Visually stunning. Other memorable hole was the no 15 which was a 560m par 5 which had about a 200m carry to the fairway grass from the tee. Really tough with the wind against.
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Just played Mount Broughton Good Friday and course was in great nick. Greens rolled true and fairways were good (except some parts soggy). Was going to play Moss Vale, but they had just cored the greens, so played Mount Broughton instead. It is a beautiful course, but challenging if you are not accurate (especially back 9) For higher handicapped players , this course presents a very tough challenge. The long grass rough is so thick that any ball that goes in will not be found. Instant reload. It is a fairly long course (2 par 5's over 520m) from blue markers. Bring your A game to Mount Broughton and you will enjoy. A bad game will be punished with many, many lost balls.
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A very nice golf course. It is in excellent condition. Good tee areas. Fairways are lush ( as long as you stay on them ) greens play true and bunkers are filled with correct amount of sand. Front nine is a little easier than the back nine. Most holes have wide fairways but make sure you stay on them because the rough is dangerous. A couple of holes run along side a train line and can be a bit annoying when a goods train comes past and keeps coming past for 5 minutes. Overall Mt Broughton is better than the average course and deserves to be included in 2012 Golf Course Guide top 100. In fact its better than a few that are in top 50.
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Played from the back tees a few months ago. Long but not impossible. Hit it straight especially on the back 9. Shame about the railway as the drivers like to sound their horns as you are hitting off as a joke... (I'd probably do the same) Worth a visit!
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Golf Course Details
Kater Road, Sutton Forest
Southern Highlands, NSW 2577, Australia
Proshop: (02) 4868 3700
General: (02) 4868 3200