Sydney
Windsor Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 71
5888 M
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COURSE DETAILS

Windsor Country Golf Club is a championship 18 hole course, perfectly located on the outskirts of historic Windsor, an hour north-west of Sydney.

Carefully developed over the last 40 years, the layout has been designed to make the best use of the natural features of hills, slopes, river flats and Rickaby Creek which forms the western boundary. The modern clubhouse enjoys panoramic views to the Blue Mountains.

The course has standard par of 71 and is rated 71 by the NSW Golf Association. It was developed on an old dairy, bought by members in 1962. The fairways are lined with a mixture of original and newer plantings of mixed native and deciduous trees. Garden beds abound at tees and throughout the course.

10 Reviews
macka12
Played here for the first time yesterday and I really enjoyed the course. It certainly made me want to come back again armed with a bit more course knowledge. It is a real shot makers course with more tree lined doglegs than I think I've ever seen on a single course. To play 'safe' down the middle of most fairways with a long iron or fairway wood off the tee leaves reasonably long approaches to tiny, sloping, elevated greens but it's a great challenge to try to cut some corners or shape the ball left and right with a bigger club to try to give yourself wedges to some of those tiny greens. Playing the course a few times will really help with club selection from the tee. The greens themselves were great quality to putt on and very well designed I thought. There's plenty of water around the course which makes it attractive but it doesn't actually come into play on too many holes. The par 5 8th tee shot is a fantastic risk and reward tee shot as the more water you carry significantly shortens your approach into the green. Pro shop, bar and kitchen staff were all very friendly. Very quite on a Sunday afternoon. This course was a great little find and is definitely now added to my Sydney playing rota. The only real negative was the lack of a practice area but as Lynwood CC is only 10 mins drive away with fantastic practice facilities we actually went there first for a practice before our round at Windsor.
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rodent
Played in the open comp yesterday. Course was a little wet but otherwise in good nick. It's a tidy course and a good test with holes dog legging left and right. Very good value at $24.50 for a Sunday comp.
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mountainman
Played in work comp over two days this week and enjoyed the course, though I played well over my handicap. Would hate to play this course in the middle of summer, as the temperatures would make it almost unbearable. The November temperatures were bad enough. The front nine is the most interesting and a bit of water comes into play, however only a greedy player would come unstuck with the water. The fairways were in great condition and the rough was also well maintained and offered few challenges. I found the greens to be small and lightning fast, but there were few breaks, however I came unstuck as I played for breaks that didn't exist. The description of the course says it has a modern clubhouse, which isn't true. The clubhouse looks stuck in the 70's and could do with some modernization. The back deck of the clubhouse does have good views overlooking the Blue Mountains, however it cops the afternoon sun and under the awning it became like an oven. I hope to play the course again as it was an enjoyable experience and if anyone is in the area I would recommend them calling in for a game.
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q-tip
Measures 5888m Par 71 with five par3s ranging from 130-186m, nine par4s ranging from 284-288m and four par 5s ranging from 446-547m. Good course with well-kept greens, tree-lined fairways and a good clubhouse. Open days are Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays $24.50 for visitors. Played here 31 May 2010 and paid only $12 for a Monday social round. I didn't find the back nine challenging at all. The uphill slight dogleg left 378m par 4 15th (index 2) is worthy to note that the front portion of the green slopes towards the fairway, which requires a carry to the centre of the green from the fairway. Other than that there are no surprises on the holes around the railway line. The front nine here is quite impressive. Most of the courses lower index holes require some respect, although the 446m par 5 8th hole with dogleg left over the water is not as daunting as it looks from the tee...just don't get too greedy off the tee! Greens are smallish, mostly flat and can be slow. I qutie enjoyed the front nine but of the two courses here, Richmond has the better back nine, whilst Windsor has the better front nine! If in the area again, I will come back here eto play but only in an open competition.
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papasmurf

Since May 2007 the quality of the course and the greens has improved a lot. It provides golfers of all levels a challenge. Its outlook is pleasant and the members make guests feel very welcome. The maintenance team have put in a huge effort.

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scuggs

Ive been a member at Windsor Country Golf Club for a few years now. When i joined it wasent a bad course, the greens wernt up to scratch also with the fairways, the greens were abit slow. The front 9 was by far the hardest 9 on the course by far. with the back 9, when i joined, the new trees were growing and made it easy to hit fairways. But about 2 to 3 years later, the trees have grown and made a large difference in the hole, such as the 12th, u can either hit the ball over the tree, or u would have to draw it round. But overall, i think the course is coming to good.

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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
McQuade Avenue, Windsor
Sydney, NSW 2756, Australia
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Proshop: 0245773718
General: 0245774390
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