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Course changes are starting to take effect here.
Currently in good shape considering long dry spell,
If you haven't played here for some time you will be pleasantly surprised by condition of greens and surrounds.
New greens on 13, 14 and 17 starting to mature.
For all the money they spent on this course nothing special
Why play comp here on a Tuesday when for the same money
Golf/comp/cart $55 you can play camden lakeside
Pro shot not bad
Course layout ok
Course condition ****
Repeating what young jim said it's a nice course to have locally
but it's just to short and the greens are to slow. Maybe they
sould heaps more bunkers in or some water at the bottom of the
4th. Needs improving
I have been playing at Hurstville for about 3 years and it is a
good course to have locally. But most of the greens are in bad
condition. There are a few greens which wont have big brown
patches on it. The fairways arent to good either. They have put a
few bunkers in which makes it better. The back nine has great
bush and water water views. My favourite holes are the 2nd and
12th. This course has great green fees if you get on in the
afternoon. $7 after 3 and free after 6. A good course if you live
in the area.
Played here 13/3/08. What’s with the greens. The course
needs a real clean up. Fairways are very rough. Won’t be
back until something is done about the greens.
Played here last week and many times prior to this, the course is
a good course for a player of mid skill level, good challenging
par 3s are a bonus, course in resonable condition some patches on
greens but overall a nice course
Played a week ago. Could they please mow the grass. Only thin
strips on the middle of the fairways are mowed. One in our group
had close encounter with a snake (17th) in the thick grass.
Greens are not maintained at all with gashes, holes and pot marks
all over. Cannot see value. Previous time, we were still at 15th
at 6PM but the staff removed the flags.
Not bad for a public course. Pick of the holes is the 2nd (big
elevation change from the tee to the green) Only a couple of
bunkers on the whole course. Good value.
I used to be a cadet at hurstville golf course. Well designed
golf course with many challenging holes including the 4th and
17th, Only one concern, there wasn’t enough trouble areas
such as bunkers and water. Considering it is a public golf course
it is kept in great condition and should be played at least
terrible course… fairways r dry …...
played on a saturday comp it cost $29 what a rip off
cocky staff as well …........
waste of money for a used to be garbage tip golf course
…..... its true ….........
Played this course after the recent rain and it is in good
conditon. The fairways are green and the overall conditon is
Play this course quite often and lately its fairways have been in
shocking condition. There is no rough, just dirt and the fairways
are bone dry and dead. Ther greens, however, remain the only
positive about this course. The greens and fringe are always
green and the putting surface is fast. It needs more bunkers and
is sometimes overbooked. When the course gets consistent rain, it
will be once again a godd public course.
They stuffed up my booking.
Fairways are crap.
Tees are worse.
Greens are terrible.
Don't waste your money!
not a bad layout and greens are ok, but fairways are shocking.
you are hitting of brown grass and sand and dirt at the moment.
for a golfer who is just starting to hit the ball properly and
take a proper divot, this course is cery frustrating as you never
get a proper lie...im sorry, but unless im told its dramaticlly
changed, i will not revisit.
This is a really nice and well kept course, the greens are always
true. If it had had alot more bunkers and a club house it would
be very popular. HOWEVER it is always and I mean always over
booked on the weekend, maybe the gap between the times is the
problem. Have played here 3 times this year and never finished
under 5 hours, normally closer to 6hrs, many people walk off the
course coz of the speed of play.
I normally play Boomerang each week but the dreaded water
that's on the course breaks me every week. When I heard that
this course has no water I jumped at the chance to book in my two
mates to play here with me(thinking I'd beat them seeing as
there was no water). How wrong was I? I really wanted to shoot
under 100 and with no water I thought I would. Maybe my friends
are right & I should stop using my putter on the fairways
& instead try to play some real golf.
Well back to the drawing board, I'm off to
"Radar's" little Par 3 @ Sylvania Waters to try and
get some confidence back. Surely I can't get 100 there.
P.S To the greenskeeper. Sorry about all the divots on the
not a bad little public course. The fairways are in good
condition & the greens are very quick. There is no water
hazzards or nasty bunkers to cause you much trouble. Pretty
straight forward course, if you were to shoot more than 96 you
would have to be a pretty ordinary golfer or someone that has no
short game. If you have trouble playing 17th holes on your rounds
of golf then the 17th at hurstville will do you no favours. With
a massive dogs leg to the left of the tee , i watched in
embarresment as my 2 playing partners both mentally collapsed
& hacked away to post very large scores on the 17th hole.
Only negative is to many Par 3 on the cousre but overall a good
to have a hit while not being to challenging. (except for
17thbunker who from reading his reviews i think will struggle on
this easy course)
Although, located near a tidal mangrove bay, no hole has water in
play. Maybe there should be. Because this course was quite dry
when I played it. The course needs a dam so it can get water
readily from it.
Hard greens are up on mounds that make lob chips, hard to stay
on! Very tricky reads (I didnt sink a putt outside 3 feet!).
Overall I shot a a dozen or so over par. Not many hazards on the
course, as most greens are unprotected (no bunkers). The whole
course has about a dozen bunkers, total.
Not bad value either, $22 for 18 holes on a weekday, and $25 on
Had a late arvo hit at Hurstville and to my surprise it cost only
$7.00 for 9 holes after 3pm. Although there are 3 par 5's on
the front 9 they are all under 500 mts but none the less provide
a good challenge for the social player. the course is in great
shape with pacey greens and fairly lush fairways. the 2nd &
4th holes are interesting par 3's. Worth a try
Hurstville is one of the better public courses in it's area.
The courses is generally well-kept, and has a mix of holes that
will challenge social players without being extremely tough. The
front nine holes has several par 5's over hilly terrain,
while the back nine has lots of par 3's, making the layout
unbalanced between the front and back nines. The 2nd hole is an
infamously short par 3, where the tee is on a hillside elevated
high above the green almost directly below.
The course is spread over several different types of terrain -
both flat and hilly.
Not bad for a public course. Generally well grassed throughout.
The 2nd & 4th are both interesting par 3's.
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