Bayview Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 70
5651 M
There is ultimate 'risk-reward' from the tee at Bayview Golf Club's tricky par-4 seventh.
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Bayview Golf Club is a picturesque private golf club with a relaxed atmosphere making it ideal for playing golf and  socialising

Bayview is a picturesque private golf club with a relaxed atmosphere ideal for playing and socialising in the modern clubhouse.

The course’s tree lined and undulating fairways present an enjoyable challenge and test the skills of most golfers. The lakes, creeks and other water hazards add to the challenge. A choice of tees means you can test your game or just play for the fun of it. The 7th is Bayview’s signature hole and is one of the best par 4s around.

Bayview’s modern clubhouse boasts large and stylish locker rooms, a well-stocked bar and a bistro that serves modern, value for money cuisine.

There is plenty of car parking with 110 spaces underneath the large clubhouse and another 36 right outside the front door.

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37 Reviews

I have always liked Bayview as a Golf Course and a destination. Unfortunately it looks like the well publicized financial disarray is taking its toll on the golf course with multiple holes shortened and mounds of dirt everywhere.

We were down to tee off at 12.34pm but didn't hit a ball until 1pm. We then played the first 10 holes in 3 hours! Apparently a Pennant game playing for sheep stationed ruined the day for everyone. Up side we chatted a lot to the group in front (on every Tee) and the group behind (on every Tee).

Finished in the dark... no time for a drink at the end.

Huge disappointment when you spend the majority of the day listening to golfers bitching about slow play and not one Marshall on the course.

I thought Bayview was better than this....I won't be hurrying back.

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Bayview is pretty much a public golf course in all but name with a variety of offers on playing at off-peak times available. The course is a bit of a mixed bag with some good holes (par 4 seventh springs immediately to mind) and some pretty average to poor (back to back par 3s at the eleventh and twelfth if memory serves). Course can get very heavy and wet in the autumn/winter.
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Another Sydney course where 18 holes have been crammed into 16 holes worth of land. Very fast greens with lots of subtle undulations made scoring difficult. Not very strategic - it's a simple case of hitting the ball straight from most tees. A lot of muddy patches but that's to be expected when the course in such a low-lying area. There was nothing seriously wrong with the course, but I won't be rushing back.
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Having joined Bayview via the Flexi-membership I am now playing comp off the blues rather than many of the reviewers who play off the whites. This makes a huge difference to the course with many holes getting an extra 20 - 30 metres which start to bring fairway bunkers and other hazards in play. There are only two par 4's which could be driven and one of those would be need to be a high draw to a blind and narrow green. Following the recent redevelopment work the course is a par 71 (three par 5s) measuring 5,582 metres. The shorter holes tend to offer interesting risk/reward options through narrowing fairways, trees, water hazards and doglegs while the longer holes have decent fairway width to have a crack.
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Very friendly pro which made us visitors feel very welcomed. Course was in great nick as there was pennants play that day. Tough pin positions and fast greens. Definitely will make a effort to get in another round
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I played here last week and was suprised at how bad it was. I was expecting a lot more by reputation and previous reviews. All of the greens and most of the fairways were cored and they still charged full freight at the pro shop. A massive pet hate. When you ring to book a round they should have the common decency to let you know that the greens are cored. None of the holes are particularly long. Par 4s are either driveable, nearly driveable or no more than a 8 iron in. I am not against short course per se but this one has no real challenges. There are only 2 par 5s and these are probably reachable in two shots for most sub 15 handicappers. It is hard to tell if it is more over rated than Mona Vale just down the road. At best they both have two good holes. The rest are ordinary. The weird layout with long walks between holes seems conducive to people hole jumping around wherever they liked. Twice during our round players appeared in front of us from nowhere to hold us up. Oh, and there is a practice range down the side of the first fairway, so punters can fire balls onto the first fairway or even possibly onto the 18th during play. Unbelievable. I won't be hurrying back.
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Contact us

Golf Course Details
1825 Pittwater Road, Mona Vale
Sydney, NSW 2103, Australia
Proshop: 0299993078
General: 0299993786