Sydney
Hudson Park Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 60
5500 M
USER RATING
21 Reviews
jp1
Played here on Melbourne Cup day and was a decent layout. Very handy having a driving range as part of any course, the mats are worn and old and probably need replacing but that is the only negative. The course itself is very short, but many holes are quite tight and need an accurate tee shot. Most of the Par 3 holes you will only need a wedge or 9 iron apart from one or two holes. The Par 4's you could easily play with only irons off the tee due to their shortness. The course is quite well maintained for a public course, tees and fairways are quite good, greens a bit slow and bumpy but for $15 you can't complain too much. Another bonus is the during the week there are barely any players out there, the range is popular but not a lot use the course itself, so it's great for social golf and practice rounds. Anyone of any ability can play here, so great for beginning golfers or social rounds even if you have never played before.
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heggarty
Great for a hit with a mate, not for the low handicapper though. Always a good day with super friendly staff and a few challenging short holes. Prices have gone up to 25 dollars on weekends which seems a bit steep for what it is, 10 dollars for students is good though. Greens can be slow and tricky. All that in mind it certainly isn't a great golf course however it doesn't try to be. Perfect if you don't have a booking on a Saturday afternoon and want to have a social whack.
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gotoit
The course where I learned the game as a ten year old, there's no doubting it's mediocre at best. Made my first par, first birdie and first shot out of bounds into the back of a moving garbage truck! Can honestly say that despite perhaps the least inspiring layout in Sydney, it's the place to play to learn the game.
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wedgeman
Hudson Park's tight par 60 golf course is accessable on weekends making it great for a social hit. The length of the course will deter most single handicap players but most golfers will enjoy practising their irons and will relish those birdie opportunities. Not Sydney's greatest course but handy for a good swing on the driving range or a quick 9 before work. Located near the Strathfield Markets and the M4.
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rodent
Purely a beginners course. It's 2780m (not 5500m) long and the par 60 is a fudge as of the 6 par 4's on the course, most should be tough par 3's. If you want to introduce people to golf, you would do well to play Hudson Park as you can hack it around without putting noses out of joint.
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duframe
Good short course, great for short game work. Quiet a few par 3's around 100m so now hitting my SW flush. If you have a couple of hours to spare and don't care about not being called up by the group in front have a hit. I'm going to come here instead of massey park as my regular mid week hit
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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
Corner of Centenary Drive & Arthur Street, Homebush
Sydney, NSW 2140, Australia
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General: 0297465702
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