Sydney
Antill Park Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 70
5663 M
USER RATING
21 Reviews
bulldogs04
Glad you liked it kiwi, i have been a member there for years and have always said it has some of the best putting surfaces around.
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kiwijg
Granted, I'm relatively new to NSW, but if there's a better value country track within an hour from Sydney, please let me know! Green fee just $29 on a Sunday, with a free clubhouse drink voucher thrown in for good measure. After a non-descript start, hole three gets your attention with a narrow landing zone protected by water and OB. From there - aside form the odd exception - the holes are stacked with variety and features normally found on high priced city courses. Highlights for me are the par-3 5th, 6th, and 15th, and the uphill 17th with water off the tee box and lurking on the left. Go for the greens though more than anything. Amazing quality for the price.
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shanekeithw
One of the best courses in Sydney. Affordable, Scenic, with a collection of challenging holes and friendly staff. The condition of the greens and bunkers are excellent. Agree with baggy 21 that some fairway bunkers would add to the experience, but all in all well worth the drive
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penguinwoods
Not a bad course at all. Has a peaceful and attractive country setting. Fairways in pretty good nick, a few rough spots. Plenty of water but not to long, and a good long drive allows you to really challenge the easier par 4'w. A couple of good par 3's. The greens were pretty crazy. Very fast, steep, didn't hold much and the accounted for a lot of shots. I thought the course was a pleasant spot, nicely laid out but did leave a little to be desired, as it could be a lot better. Worth a trip, as it isn't expensive.
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baggy21
Played here on Sunday 19th June. Conditions were perfect for a round of golf. Antill Park has a great setting with the surrounding hills. Course was in pretty good nick. Fairways were generally well grassed with the odd bare batch. Greens were in excellent condition & very fast on the day. Had some challenging holes built around water. Could do with some more faiyway bunkers & some green bunkers on some whole to take this good course to the next level. Nice country feel to the Pro shop & club house with bar tables on & off the verandah looking out of the course. All in all a very good course that beat expectations & has a great setting.
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q-tip
Here is an unbiased review of the course...Antill Park is never going to host any major tournament as its no better than any average metropolitan course and is, at best, a slightly above-average country course. Measures 5675m Par 70 with six par 3s ranging from 120-190m, eight par 4s ranging from 284-430m and four par 5s ranging from 450-524m. Course has a parkland-style tree-lined layout with slowish bent grass greens and reasonable kikuyu fairways with some noticeable bare, dirt patches on some back nine holes. There are 18 bunkers on the entire course. Highlights here include: the 366m sweeping dogleg left 3rd (index 3) with a large dam curving around the fairway with OOB fence on the right with 2 bunkers guarding the green, the 284m slight dogleg right 4th (index 11) with another large dam 240m from the tee with water 1m from the front edge of the island-like green with 4 bunkers guarding the green rear and leftside, the 170m 5th (index 5) over another dam with 2 bunkers short and another bunker guarding the green rightside, the 524m straight 7th (index 7) with water 20-30m short of the bunkerless green across the fairway making it a 3-shot par 5 hole, the slight dogleg right 398m 12th (index 2) which plays slightly uphill from 50m out of the green guarded by bunker short right and the challenging 430m slight dogleg left Par 4 13th (index 1) with a bunker 20-50m short right of the green. Holes 3-7 is the better conditioned, more challenging and more bunkered part of the course. Located 2km north of Picton, 12km from the Hume Freeway via Piction Road and 20km (15 minutes) south of Camden via Remembrance Drive. Played here 6/6/2011 with $22 green fees for 18 holes. Very quaint feel with the 19th century historic proshop and clubhouse buildings dominating the carpark. Picton has population of around 3000 with an elevation of about 175m asl and can see frost in the colder months.
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Golf Course Details
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Jarvisfield Road, Picton
Sydney, NSW 2571, Australia
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General: 0246771512
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