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Played on 15 Dec 2008. First golf in Australia in 3 years.
Average experience. Good nine hole course of decent length with
one Par 5 and three Par 3s. Greens are in good condition,
fairways in average condition. Average price for 18.
I didnt expect canterbury to be this good. Good greens and
fairways with practice facilities and a good clubhouse. A good
course for beginners with no bunkers. Good green fees. This is a
lot better than Hurstville.
It’s cheap, fairly well kept and good for beginners (easy
course). Only 9 holes. No booking required. If you go during
off-peak times, you can get straight on. Other times, expect to
half an hour.
This course has slowish greens and the fairways are quite dry.
Played here last week and waited for 1/2 hour before hitting a
shot. Practice nets and putting greens make the wait easier to
deal with, but the addition of bookings would make this course
It is a relatively easy course with most holes requiring iron off
the tee to set up easy approach, or driver off the tee to have a
chip left. Par 5 here plays hard in wind, but should not need to
hit driver 3 wood to reach it. If you are a 10 or better
handicap, expect to get close to par if you play well. Needs
bunkers desperately. Good value, needs improvement.
Played here on last Sunday. The greens are very nice and the
fairways are kept in good condition.
We arrived around 2:00pm, and waited for one and half hours! Paid
for 18 holes ($16.50) but only 9 holes can be finished before
I've played here a couple of times.
For a cheap 9 hole public course it's not too bad but it
could be made SO much better with the adition of some bunkers -
there are absolutely none at all.
The only real gripe I have with this place is the ridiculous
queue to play on a weekend. There's no booking a tee time -
you just have to rock up and take your chances. I've got
there fairly early in the morning both times I have played - the
latest being about 8am and waited for well over an hour both
If you can work out a way to avoid the queues and you can't
get on anywhere else then it's probably worth a go - but I
wouldn;t bother on a weekend morning.
There is no ACR is not listed on the scorecard. But for a 9 hole
GC it is not too bad. The course measures 2215 metres Par 34 from
the back blue tees and has no bunkers on the course.
1st: 165m Par3. Straight hit with a mid-iron
2nd: 102m Par3. Wedge will do the work.
3rd: 214m Par 4. Straight wood, but tee has being moved up from
4th. 259m Par 4. Slight dogleg to the left can be reached from
the tee. OOB on the right
5th: 441m Par 5. Land it on the downslope of the fairway and
reachable for 2.
6th: 355m Par 4. Not as easy as it looks. Plays the hardest hole.
Slight dogleg to the right to an elevated green that drops off
7th: 123m Par 3. Straight hit can do the job. OOB on the right
8th: 297m Par 4. Slight dogleg to the left. Good drive can set up
9th: 259m Par 4. Same as the 8th hole, but dogleg to the right.
Played here on 25/11/05 and paid $8 for 9 holes after 5pm (Monday
to Fridays only), otherwise you pay $14 for 9 holes. Use the
course as a practice course.
This is not much more than a practice course. An ACR is listed,
but I doubt it would be 68. It should be more like 65.
A couple of the bunkerless par 4's you can drive.
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