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thought it was enjoyable, played there a couple sundays ago in a
social group and was impressed with quality of cousre. think for
what the course is they are doing a good job. the greens were
long due to coring and topdressing and lookin really lush and
green. fairways were going good considering there is not much
water. the sausage and egg roll i had between 9 and 10 was
Played there on Sunday and was very impressed with the lushness
of the fairways and greens. I recommend it for all beginners and
those who like to hit long. There is a shortage of hazards and
bunkers which can take the bite out of the course, but otherwise
it was great. The staff are welcoming and friendly and I highly
recommend the sausage sizzel. A suggestion; book early for a
Played here for the first time in years and the course
hasn’t changed much except for the dam between the 10th and
18th fairways which is now a lot bigger.
Not as easy as it looks.There may be no bunkers,but plenty of
trouble if you stray off the fairway.Greens are in great shape
for a course run by a council,fairways still need a bit more
Sure beats hacking it around Ronsay !!!
A really average public course. Good for beginners, but no one
Woodville is my home course, I play it weekly. At the moment it
is not in good shape with the drout effectingthe fair ways and
even dryingout the water hazard...
I recommend this course for beginners as it isn't the most
difficult of courses, it's farliy short... but can be
challenging at time's...
The green's arn't in bad shape, and it has a very
friendly staff, if the tee's and fairways to where to be
improved (needing rain) this course may be one of hte best
courses for beginners around...
A public course. Suffering very much in the current dry
conditions, although the greens are OK condition.
The course is not too challenging (few bunkers, hazards etc) and
is a good location for beginners. It has enough length for more
advanced players to be required to hit a good variety of shots
There are some interesting holes, but the layout suffers from
having several parallel par 5's on the back nine.
The most dissapointing thing I saw on this course is large areas
of gravel in the wooded areas between fairways. I can only guess
that someone from the local council decided that it was a good
idea to dump a truckload of roadbase on a golf course. The damage
to the base of my four-iron will be a constant reminder.
Overall not bad for a public golf course and not overlly hard and
pretty good value for just a social game with your mates.
A reasonable layout ruined by tiny greens and poor fairways.
Tufts of grass within metres of the ridiculously small greens
ensure that every approach shot is a lottery. Either you land on
the green and it runs off the back or you land short and hope for
Typically of public courses, it tries to cram in too much length
into land that doesn't fit it, so fairways are narrow but
with adjacent fairways too close.
Still, you get what you pay for and it's not as
claustrophobic as other public courses.
I ve heard it refered to as the old donkey track
yes its a little drought affected but its still a good course
with some great long par 5s
I have play this course with my mate on Sunday afternoon. We
played from the back tees. Fairway is a bit patchy and the greens
are a bit slow. However, it is not bad at all. I will definitely
come back to play this course again.
Measuring a Par 72 5609m with5 Par 3s ranging from 102-164m, 8
Par 4s ranging from 310-385 metres and 5 Par 5s ranging from
Fairways are extremely poor with dirt patches along most
fairways. Soils are thinly covered and the lie of the ball is a
lottery. Greens can be slow and all are very flat. Although, the
grass around the greens are very well trimmed, making chipping
onto these flat greens quite easy. Tee-beds are average, with the
worst being the 7th hole 102 metres having an artificial mat
similar to driving ranges! Holes 11, 12, 13, 14 are just up and
back with no imagination needed. The fairways are so tight and
undulating that a good lie is near impossible. NO bunkers guard
the greens which makes this course no great challenge to the
golfer. Water comes into play (slightly) on the 1st, 9th, 10th
& 14th holes.
Played here on Saturday 10th December 2005 and paid $22 and took
4.5 hours to play with all the queue delays, otherwise on
weekdays it costs $18.50. No booking is required and a rock-up
start policy is in place at the moment.
I think its not bad for a beginners course. No bunkers and not
that difficult. Conditions are dry, but we are on Water
Restrictions and having 40c + days in Sydney.
We booked in to play on a Sunday and had no problems getting on.
There was quite a few people playing, but what do can you expect
for a very cheaps public course.
I liked it
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