Sydney
Warringah Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 70
5647 M
USER RATING
12 Reviews
greatwhiterabbit
Goat track. End of review.
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lukep
Warringah is a good honest track which provides the avid golfer with a tough challenge. The course is one of the tightest tree lined courses in sydney meaning u can't always bomb away with the driver because finding the fairway is important. The best part of the course is the amount of risk/reward holes such as the short par four 7th which can be driven with a nice soft fade. The short par five 15th which can be played as a 2 or 3 shot hole depending on your length and nerve. And also the picturesque short par 4 sixteenth which can also be driven or played with a lay up. Mix that in with a couple of beasts like the 410 metre 2nd and the 440m 6th and it provides plenty of opportunity to either make a score or throw your round down the toilet. One thing is a certainty at warringah . You will play at least a dozen or so interesting trouble/pitch shots throughout your round which really improves your overall game. If you can break par at this course I salute you!
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q-tip
Still measures 5470m Par 70 with five par 3s ranging from 135-210m, ten par 4s ranging from 240-436m and three par 5s ranging from 430-495mcurrently the par 5 3rd green is closed for maintenance and measures 395m par 4. As mentioned the proshop staff are quite friendly, the course is simple and flat but reasonably maintained, and the parkland-style, narrow tree-lined course lies in a natural floodplain of Manly and Brookvale Creeks. Course has kikuyu fairways usually in reasonable condition but can be bumpy and thinly covered, but the kikuyu teebeds are dirt-ridden and bumpy, and the mix bent grass greens are slowish. The course has 36 bunkers. No memorable holes here as the layout is boring and flat. There are two long 4s over 400m and the par 5s are quite weak. There are too many shortish par 4s to score well on, 6 in fact, the straight 286m 1st, 333m 4th, the 240m slight dogleg right 7th, the 310m straight 9th, the 290m straight 11th and the 253m slight dogleg right 16th. Open competitions are held on Sundays which are $32 and to play 9 holes it is $23 and to play 18 holes socially on the weekend it is $44. Quite simple and flat, better to learn to play here than Wakehurst which is nearby and much more challenging. Having played here a few times now, most recently 4/7/2011 off the back plates, social green fees are now $38 weekday and to protect the members teeing areas the social players have to play 10-15m in front of the ladies plates which makes a social round here less than 5000m.
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lmbakero
Nice little course, played when it rained and it held up well. Guy in the Proshop was really helpful and even gave us umbrellas to borrow. Also gave us a free drinks voucher due to the slow players in front of us. Bit weird going 500 yards down the main road to go to the clubhouse though.
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adams23
love the course,, simple but in very good condition. Proshop staff very friendly.
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mitcheybabes
All-in-all, this is a pretty boring course and does not present an accomplished golfer with any major challenges. Most holes are pretty straight and the green can be seen from most tees. Fairways are all tree-lined but easy to play out of. The water hazards are few and far between and most don't really come into play (except for the creek). The course is well maintained, the price is right and the staff are always friendly.
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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
397 Condamine Street, Sydney
Sydney, NSW 2100, Australia
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Proshop: 0299051326
General: 0299054709
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