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Played at Hudson Park on Saturday. Due to the rain it was a
pretty muddy affair.
The green on the 1st Hole was terrible and so were a few others.
Really below par compared to other golf courses around. Pretty
basic course, with the opportunity to pull out the driver on some
holes or test your accuracy with your irons on a Par 3. If you
were to play here I can only say the back nine is better kept
than the front nine so there’s something to look forward
This is a course where you can rock up and play at any time and
it’s got a driving range, these are the positives.
On the other hand the condition of the course at this present
time is not very good! the first green was left to go in such a
state that it was like puttin on the beach(very sandy). It has
now been brought forward while they repair but the temporary
green is just a hole on the fairway! there are a few other greens
that are also very patchy and in need of repair.
I might give this place a couple of months before i go back and
see the condition of it then because although short it’s a
nice course when in good nick.
This course doesnt realy suit my game, i'm a very big driver
but cant putt.
I practice at Marsden Park Golf accademy, where my length and red
shoes are appreciated more.
I really like this course, I play here every week. The stafff are
so friendly it isnt funny. The driving range is good for a hit
The best holes are the 2nd a good uphill par 4.the 10th a
deceptive par 3, and 16 a very reachable downhill par 4.
The only thing i find mildly frustrating about this course is on
about 10 holes no mater what club i choose the ball goes over the
green. I guess I will have to learn to play a bit better.
It dosent get too much trafic and is in a good condition.
Overall a quality short course
18 SHORT Holes mostly par 3s, but a good little course for the
beginner. Good fairways and greens, with quite a few bunkers..a
fun course. Par 60 My best score is 57 ave is 63.
Played here recently, the greens are so bad. Course has not been
taken care of and not worth playing for $19.50 (18 holes).
Will not play again there sometimes soon, probably when they
start applying strict rules for all public golfer who did not
look after the course.
Plenty of lob marks and sand spots on green. Bunkers not repaired
from previous player.
Measuring 2780m Par 60 with 12 Par 3s ranging from 80-160m and 6
Par 4s ranging from 200-255m. Some par 4s can easily play as a
par 3, and are all drivable off the tee. No Par 5s, no doglegs,
just a simple short course with a decent driving range to boot.
Good practice course for the short game and was done playing 18
holes in 2 hours. Fairways were in excellent condition, as were
the tee-beds. Greens however, were not trimmed close at all and
were excruciatingly slow. Some holes are ridiculously short.
Played here on Monday 9/2/06 and paid $16 for 18 holes. $12 if
you are a uni student.
I have played this course twice now with a couple of friends.
Holes very short and you really only need to use a driver twice.
The greens are in fair to poor condition with the greens having
too much sand on them. You will also need to be careful of not
being hit in head with a golf ball. Lots of beginners, and some
of them are unaware of the etiquettes of golf, so look out for
flying golf balls. Overall and for the cost which currently is
$19.50 I think this is course is very average. Only good if are a
beginner and if you just want a quick hit with mates with nothing
Don't bother bringing anything more than a 5 wood to this
course. Hudson Park is a good course to work on your short game
&/or for beginners. The fairways aren't great but are
generally very tight. The greens, for the price, are very well
kept all be it a little on the slow side. This course has a
special place in my heart since I hit my only hole in one, on the
130M 9th hole. How could you miss with that!
If you have a handicap lower than 20 then you will be bored dead
with this course. The greens are unusually tricky for such a bad
course. You'll be itching all day to take your driver out.
Don't bother packing it.
Want to improve your short game and at the same time flatter your
handicap ? Then give Hudson park a try.
Not the most scenic location being situated next to a highway and
major power lines. However, this courses tight lay-out and well
maintained greens make it excellent value for under $20.
A few challenging holes and big hitters tend to be punished so
use a driver sparingly.
Overall not a bad course for a three hour game. Best thing about
Hudson Park is you get excellent value for money.
I have played this course a number of times now...It is very
short probly the shortest course in sydney...most of the par 4s
you can nail.
This course may be short but good for iron accuracy. Some of the
par 3s are very very narrow. The fairways are a bit barron will
test you otherwise.
Everytime I have played this course it has been fun...
Hudson's a short course which is great if your short game is
on. You might need to only take your Driver out maybe 3 times all
day (also depending on if you play of reds or off whites), but
otherwise long irons or 3W's will keep you out of trouble all
I've played here a few times, and though the fairways arent
often the best, the greens are usually in good condition which
keeps your putting honest.
Great for beginners like me, which helps build your confidence
up...more or less, it's a case of "closest to the
pin" over "longest drive challenge". The onsite
driving range is also a good attraction. Not the best course by
all means, but one of the best for novices.
Hudson Park golf course is an extremely short layout, and well
suited for beginners or anyone who enjoys a quick game after
work. The layout consists of 12 par 3's, the longest only
about 160m, and a bunch of short par 4's (some of which would
be classed as par 3's on other courses). All greens are well
bunkered, so there are always some interesting shots to be played
on a round here. The greens are of a good standard, although
fairly slow to moderate in speed at most times. The course
presentation is generally satisfactory, but some parts of the
course have poor grass coverage. The holes are tightly packed
into the available space, getting narrow in many places.
The best holes are the 10th, an uphill par 3 to a large green
with deep traps that catch any shot to the sides, and the 11th, a
downhill par 3 to a tricky green, where the pin is often tucked
away behind an imposing sand trap.
This course is usually very busy on weekends, and play can be
slow due to large groups of novice players.
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