Cammeray Golf Club
9 Holes
PAR 66
4834 M
It’s a real menace from the back tee but you probably won’t be playing Cammeray’s 6th from there.
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Play first commenced at Cammeray in 1906 when a group from the Neutral Bay Lawn Tennis Club agreed to start a golf club in Cammeray Park.

The current layout was finally settled on in 1968 after the Warringah expressway was completed. The expressway caused a considerable area of the old course to be resumed together with playing fields that were the southern ends of the present 7th and 8th holes and a number of temporary layouts were played during the years it took for the expressway to be constructed.

After an aggressive tree-planting policy in the early days the current layout is a excellent test of golf from the members tees, requiring driving accuracy, pinpoint second shots and the ability to play from a variety of stances. The condition of the course is excellent year-round despite it having reasonably high volume traffic 7 days per week.

Its closeness to the city makes it a popular course for a quick nine holes morning or evening and with open days on Mondays and Wednesdays and Fridays, many affiliated golfers take advantage of the chance to play "Royal" Cammeray.

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11 Reviews
golf mind
Played Cammeray for the first time ever today and thought it was a fun course to play & a great place to hone your short game. Very small greens so you need some lofted chip and pitch shots in your repertoire. Also some cool short par-3s where low markers needs only a sand wedge or lob wedge. Not a lot of architectural merit but for $20 for 9 holes, definitely worth it!
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Im a regular casual golfer at Cammeray, neat little course with a few challenging holes although probably not for the low handicappers. Has small greens that are in great condition and pristine fairways. The course is in the best shape that I have seen in the past 10 years, with a few new projects. Staff are always friendly and the food upstairs is good.
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Cammeray is a decent little course. The green fees are very reasonable and its well maintained (but the mud is a factor down the bottom of the hill - esp. around the 1st and 4th greens). Though it wasn't at all crowded when I played here last I've been told it can get over-crowded and uncomfortable at times due to school sport and slow ladies - as has been mentioned in some reviews already I see. I have to add that the sixth, which has been very nicely remodeled (not sure how recently but its certainly changed since i took golf school lessons here 15 years ago) with a small lake and very well protected green, provided me with the biggest laugh I've had in a while. If anyone else has managed to top their tee shot dead straight across the surface of the water so that the ball skims off the lake and bounces up on the green, TWICE in succession, let me know. Absolutely the best stuff-ups I've ever pulled off. As for recommendations, yep, its not a bad nine holes. Just watch out for the crowds and the mud.
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What a shame my local course is a complete waste of time. Women who take forever to bunt their ball down the fairway, certain people that think they are tiger woods taking excessive practice swings, the most boring layout on the North Shore, rude green and pro shop staff and of course no parking on busy days. Don't waste your time, drive to Lane Cove for a casual nine holes.
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What a great 9 hole course, best I’ve ever played. I’ve played it a couple of times and it’s always been in great shape. Joined up with a couple of members on the third hole who could not have been nicer. Also a very friendly staff. A must play if you only have a couple of hours.

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Cammeray is a 9 hole short course with some interesting holes. The course is undulating with some steeply sloping fareways. The course is certainly not boring and will maintain your interest for 2 hours. Most fareways are tree lined requiring some accurate driving. One Par 3 hole is only a shade over 110m but requires an accurate T shot dropping some distance to the pin. A difficult shot that will test your accuracy if you are to miss the bunkers. Played early in the morning at daybreak onwards the course has a certain feel to it that is good value for $16. If you are loking to have a short decent game it's good venue. On Sundays before 8am a roll up start applies. Clubhouse not always open for refreshments.

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Golf Course Details
35 Park Avenue, Cremorne
Sydney, NSW 2090, Australia
Proshop: 0299532089
General: 0299531522