Glenmore Heritage Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6399 M


Glenmore Heritage Valley is located in the magnificent and historic Mulgoa Valley, providing an idealic setting for a relaxing game of golf. The club has 27 holes including an additional 9 holes which can be played on their own or in combination with either of the other nines. A choice of course layouts is available to suit all individual levels of play and provide variety for regular players.

The new holes 1 to 9, coupled with the upgrade of existing holes 10-18 offer an 18 hole course of tournament standard known as the Links Course (Par 72), with distinctive links style mounding. Golfers may also choose to tee off from the 10th tee playing through to the 27th hole, incorporating the "Original 9", in a format known as the Valley Course.

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88 Reviews

Thank you MRTYNG for the feedback about your booking experience.  Weve had a review of the IT side of things and see you tried 3 times over the 5 day period. 

Our apologies as it does look like the system was having trouble finding that specific tee time and could not confirm a booking.  We are discussing with the club now as our system has to talk with theirs and it didnt in these cases. 

Sorry for any inconvenience that you may have had.

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Worst booking experience ever, after a week and half of errors on the iseekgolf booking system I contacted the club directly as well and made sure they saved a 7:28am spot for 4 of us. Only to turn up today and not have a booking. Luckily it was quite. Guys in the pro shop weren't very friendly did not tell us which hole to start from clearly so we went to holes 19-27, this part of the course was wet a boggy around the greens anything just short plugged. When we finished 9 we went to the pro shop and asked which 9 we should play he said we should have played 10-18 first, so he made us play 19-27 again as the comp players were coming through.  This is not worth the $59/CART offer on this site or the $53 we ended up playing. NEVER GOING BACK TO THIS COURSE.
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Played here today in the monthly Thursday challenge from the back tees. Challenging to say the least! It played every metre of its 6399m length and no surprises that it rated 77. Still a bit wet from last week's deluge of rain, but in great condition none the less. Every hole presents a different challenge and accuracy is key from the tee, bring your driving game because it will get a workout on every hole bar the Par 3's. A couple of fairly easy holes to begin, fairly short and straight up. Then the test really begins. Some long par 3's (180m+) and par 4's (370m+) mean par is a great score on every hole. The difference between the blue tees and white tees was anywhere from 40-100m today, so playing it from the white tees may be a different game altogether. Can say I got a very long walk and a real test of every facet of my game. Greens are super at Glenmore, beautiful roll and true as anything. Fairways and tees in similarly good condition and bad lies are rare. The water hazards are easily avoided and are not really a factor on many holes unless you are way out of position. The course itself is set in a valley, it's dead quiet and a great environment for golf. The old buildings add a historical element to what is a magnificent set up. Probably played the longest Par 5 I will ever play (580m) and possibly the only course where a Par 5 is the hardest hole on the index. The design is great, it's well maintained and it presents a real challenge. My ONLY criticism would be the presence of trees that are virtually in the middle of the fairways on some early holes, essentially punishing some tee shots that find the middle of the fairway. After the first 5 or so holes, this isn't an issue. You'll need every bit of distance you've got in your game to play well, Driver through to 7 iron will get a thorough work out. A great day out and a very relaxing one at that due to the surrounds of the course. It really is a hidden gem away from the hustle and bustle, you could be out in the country it's that quiet. Only paid $20 to play the mid-week comp which is great value. More expensive on the weekends so a day off is well spent here during the week. Recommend +
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Played from the blue plates (links course) on a sunny, windless day. The course has a good variety of holes that dogleg, slope and meander thru quite a picturesque valley. A smattering of water holes and lakes here and there add to the variety/difficulty of the course. Virtually all the greens have some form of undulation ranging from mild to severe. They were in reasonably condition. Fairways were in fairly good nick. After some recent courses I've played, it was refreshing to see clear distance markers for the holes. The distance markers sit in the fairways and were the plastic balls that are often used in a tee box. Markers were coloured for 200, 150 and 100 metres (where applicable. Looking forward to playing the 'other 9 holes' at this course.
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Course is in pretty good condition. Greens were a little slow but understand with heat they need to be watered. Gives a good challenge but fair. I have played many times and always in good condition.
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Been golfing here a lot last year and returning here was a nice feeling.
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Contact us

Golf Course Details
690 Mulgoa Road, Mulgoa
Sydney, NSW 2745, Australia
Proshop: 0247331230
General: 0247331230