Carnarvon Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6126 M


Carnarvon boast a picturesque 18 hole, Par 72 Championship Golf Course and World Class Clubhouse. The Fairway Brasserie overlooks the spectacular 18 hole golf course with a wide variety of magnificent meals all prepared by their personal Chef, there’s sure to be something on the menu to tantalise everyone’s taste buds.

The Club is available for Corporate Days, Trade Days, Social Clubs, Conferences, Weddings, Dinners and Anniversaries. This easy walking, slightly undulating layout has lush Kikuyu fairways and Poa grass greens. It is kept manicured all year round. The Fairway mounds, bunkers and water hazards make it a challenging course.

Mike Callaby’s Proshop is well stocked featuring major brand golf clubs, equipment and shoes. As well as fashion attire for both ladies and gentlemen, you can hire clubs, buggies and motorised carts. They can repair equipment and provide advice on club purchases and tuition.

14 Reviews
For courses in this area, this one is great. The fairways are consistently cut and the greens are in excellent condition and a good size. The pro shop is nice and the brasserie is spectacular. If you want good greens, nice fairways and a good days golf then check it out.
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Played at Carnarvon a couple of weeks ago, and while other courses were starting to dry out, Carnarvon was pretty green. The course while in good condition, doesn't seem to have any signature hole, which makes it hard to rave about, and leaves the lasting memory to how slow play was. The main problem was many groups of four (ours was two), who would start the process of assessing a putt, lining up a putt and then 3 putting AFTER one of the group has putted out. To speed up play you would normally do most of this while waiting your turn to putt. I don't want to sound racist (it could be anybody) but this seems to be the way Japanese play the game and they all seem to play the game in the same manner. Would I play there again. For sure, but as part of a comp. or during a quieter day.
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This course is on the slippery dip, played open comp today very, very dissapointing. The greens are so inconsistent you can't get into a rythm. The fairways, if you miss them by a foot you'll more than likely be hitting off clay. Now for the major problem SLOW play this course is pathetic. Today had the displeasure of playing behind a director of the club and a few of his cronies after bragging about how they played off 4.5 etc etc outside the pro shop, they then proceeded to take 2hrs 45mins to play 9 holes (what a joke) we played through at 9 but damage done. Never a truer word spoken ...the fish rots from the head down...AVOID
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Played in anopen day last week and quite disappointed with course compared to previous years. Initially the course was good, although a few greens were inconsistent. However, after playing 4 holes the quality of the fairways seemed to gradually decrease and areas around greens were very patchy. Would not bother going back.

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Have played here many times and I got to say it is a fair test of golf. The course is long but fairways are open. Not much water around but there are some OOB to catch the errant tee shots. The greens are large with some difficult undulations but vary in pace depending on time of year.

The par 5's are short and are definate birdie opportunities. The par 4's vary in length with 3 of them over 400m. The par 3's are challenging with the shortest at 160m. They have many bunkers but even if you hit the green 3 putting is quite easy.

Playing here is a pleasure and suits most types of golf games. People here are easy going with rounds sometimes lasting longer than normal because the course is long. Overall Carnarvon is worth the time playing.

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The course is wide open on most holes, long, and in good nick. Unspectacular but great value and good fun if you get there on a quiet day. But that's a BIG if.

Sadly becoming more and more crowded. Slow play is a disease here, not helped by the pro-shop assistants who don't seem to have control over the visitors or members who won't do the right thing. In social play groups of 5, groups heading straight to the 10th tee and holding up the field, and individuals playing holes in random order just to avoid having anyone in front. This is not every so often it happens all the time now.

On a bad day it's total chaos. As a member I have noticed the steady decline in the golfing experience over the past 3 years or so, and without going into further detail is has a lot to do with a dramatic change in membership.

Worth a shot for the course itself, but pray for a quiet day

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Contact us

Golf Course Details
Nottinghill Road, Lidcombe
Sydney, NSW 2141, Australia
Proshop: 0296492438
General: 0296496255