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Great course to practice with the short irons. The small greens
make for careful chipping but putting isn’t much of a
strain. Otherwise an attractive course.
Played Sefton in the middle of a long weekend with no trouble
getting to the course, and very friendly locals. The course is a
real golf course, not a pitch’n’putt, and whilst it
isn’t very hard, it is interesting, with a range of holes
from 90m to about 180m. Since 18 holes takes about 2 hours, I
fould this to be an enjoyable, cheap and fun course when time is
limited. Its well-maintained too, which is important for a
council-owned course (compared with, for example, the Parramatta
The perfect course to fine tune your short game and mid irons,or
if your a beginner.
18 holes, all par 3’s ranging from 90m to 180m.
Good greens and fairways and usually no trouble getting on
anytime during the week.
I believe this course is a good course for beginners and to
improve your short irons off the tee. Course could be improved
with slightly bigger greens but that would take some of the
character of this course away.
It's good for practice your chipping and pitching. The greens
are small and uneven. Much challenge than Hudson Park GC. The
18th hole is the most scenic with clubhouse invert reflection in
a lake. It costs $16.5 for weekend.
Played here 15/3/06 and played off back white plates, and it only
measured 2539m Par 54 with all Par 3s ranging from 100-190m. But
it is not to be underestimated. A few things you should know, is
that if you miss the green off the T, you will find it hard to
par the hole, as you find yourself trying to chip into the bank
of the green (most greens are small upside down saucer-like
greens that run off around the edges) just to stop the ball from
rolling off the green again.
If you need to work on your short game, this is probably the
place to do it or Hudson Park. The greens were surprisingly in
good condition for the amount of beginners that frequent this
course. Bunkers protect about half of the greens on the course.
For other reviewers, you only get bad lies for bad shots as I did
not receive any bad lies, except when in trees on 15th!
However it does lack a challenge and options off the tee, with
similar clubs used off most holes. Most holes are treelined both
sides are straight and flat. Average length is 141m with 6 holes
between 150-60m, so it can become a little mundane. The closing
two holes are probably the most scenic, with a lake running along
the 137m 17th green and all along the left side of the 127m 18th
hole. Great facilities for a small council owned course,
includes: 3 driving nets, chipping green, putting green and a
small clubhouse. Weekdays after 3pm it costs $10 for as many
holes as you like, and they have scratched the paying for sand
buckets too! 3.5 stars
An accurate tee shot is crucial. Most Greens are small and
elevated. Not bad for a par 3 course
This mostly par 3 course gives public courses a bad name. Not as
easy as it looks, but for all the wrong reasons.
If you are going to have greens as tiny as this, they should at
least be flat, if not inverted. Instead, the tiny greens are
mostly hard mounds that cannot retain anything but the softest
balls (balls not usually in possession of players who frequent
this course), so players are forced to play short and hope they
don't get a bad bounce, which is most of the time.
More a measure of luck than skill, this course rewards and
punishes for all the wrong reasons.
Most greens are elevated making tee shots a premium. Great little
course to begin with, also offers AGU status with not too many
members therefore giving you plenty of chance to play in Saturday
morning comps. Good little course to work on your short game.
Suprisingly good greens.
On of the better thought out par 3 courses in sydney. Not too
difficult for starters and still good fun for more skilled.
Longest hole 180mts.
Silly paying for sand buckets though.
Par 3 course, good for beginners. Not much challenge, but better
than other par 3 courses in the south of Sydney, like Tree
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