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Antill Park is a challenging course from the back markers, I've
played it at least 25 times from the social markers with a social
club and a handful of times from the plates, once in Eric Apperly
Shield playing for Cabramatta.
The layout is short from the social markers with the first hole
Par 5 being reachable with a driver and then a 7 iron. The
strongest holes in my opinion are the par 4's 12th and 13th, and
these are both around the 400m mark. The strongest par 5 is the
7th which can require a mid to long iron for your third somedays
if hitting into the wind.
The 15th is a tough and long par 3 that requires a long iron to
be hit over a larg water hazard to a small, uphill poised green
that slopes dramatically from back to front. Another great
driving hole is the Par 4 3rd, where if you carry 230m+ on the
tightest line over the water, you can set yourself up for a shot
wedge into the flag for a possible birdie opportunity.
This course is best played in the spring or autumn when the
weather is cooler and theres a bit more grass on the course. In
summer and winter the weather can dry out the fairways making
them very firm and your tee shots can get undesirable bounces and
end up going sideways into the trees. The greens are also best at
these times, and a few weeks after their coring periods. Good
value for money and well worth a look.
I am a meber of anthill park and highly recommend anybody to come
and have a hit at our course.For those wanting to test themselves
try hitting from the comp tees,this puts a whole new spin on the
Play there to-day easy course to play nice and flat if you got
time to go to Picton go and have game for $27 on week-ends. All
it needs is some more bubblers
Average country course. Quite short off the social tees. Finished
9 holes on a sunday morning and then had to wait 30 mins to get
on the 10th as there was either some very slow play or the course
was overbooked. Has some nice 4s, especially the last which is
downhill and reachable in 1 for a big hitter. Was quite cold at a
6am tee off in mid winter. All up a reasonable course.
i was driving past the other day when it was raining and noticed
that the bunkers were almost under water does anyone know how
that situation is going ? me and a mate have just started playing
there ( picton ) we are begginers but really like the course and
the staff !
Recent rain has really greened up the course, now resplendent
with lush fairways and full water hazards. The greens are a
little slow but the course is playing well and gives excellent
value for an attacking short game
this course isn,t too bad good break up of holes from lon
straight par 5s to water hazzards neat par 3s so you dont feel
you have played the same hole twice. The one thing that leats
this course down though is the greens they dont seem to mowed
often as every time iv been there they are really long &
slow, but the cheap green fees do help to get over this.
in its short worth a look.
Virtually flat course, not very tough at all. Small raised greens
are the hardest feature but if you can chip you should have no
Good walk, good scoring usually makes for a good day. I've
broken my handicap here 3 times by a combined total of 12 shots
so not too hard at all.
Fairways are also in good condition.
This is a great golf course has some fun and interesting holes,
has several great par 4's and a couple of glem par 3's
Well worth the drive to Picton.
Greens and tee's are watered well all round a great course.
When Finished the round sit on the old club house veranda and
watch people hitting up the par 3 9th short but people seem to go
all over the shop.
Average country course with small greens & not overly
bunkered. 2 or 3 of the holes have unfair driving zones which
spoil what could be good holes.
Some nice par 3's on the back, and a down hill par 4
finishing hole that you will want to have a crack at driving.
All in all, worth a visit if you are in the area.
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