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I played here today for the first time and found it to be great.
The course had great variety in the holes which makes you think
on every tee shot. The course was very wet and muddy due to the
rains laterly, but the course was kept in top condition. The tees
and greens where as good as ive seen a course. $16.50 they charge
me, great price!. The only thing that left a bitter taste in the
mouth was 4.5 hrs for 12 holes. Other then the time factor have a
round at this course. The course would be similar to Nrth Ryde,
but better again.
Had a round with a mate on a recent Sunday. Lots of mud and water
due to recent rains. Fairways played very soft under foot and
slow but clean greens (except the 18th green which looks like it
hasnt had a shave for a good week).
Also try Kogarah and eastlakes for similar challenges.
Played here recently and found the course superb. It was lush
from tee to green, with any tee shot in the fairway receiving a
great lie. Holes are varying and challenging, but if you are
straight and smart you can play to your handicap or better. Will
now in semi-retirement compared this course to bev park (i am a
member of bev park and played socially at wooloware) and i am
sorry to say that wooloware is now a much, much better course. I
understand bev park is undergoing renovations and water problems
etc..but how long can this go on when you can go to wooloware and
get such lush fairways...granted the greens may not be as good,
but to be honest they are not that bad either...definately
superseded Bev park down south..
I am a local and play regurlaly at this course so i am bias
however i struggle to find a course with better value for money.
Fairways are green and lush with minimal dust patches. Greens are
also lush but can sometimes have small dry patches. For just over
$20 for a round hard to beat for value. Definately not in the
Shire anyway. Do agree however that generally it is a very slow
round particularly on a Sunday arvo.
This is always green and in good condition but some days can take
5 plus hours to get around not sure if its slow play or over
booked. Well worth the round.
Condition of the course is ok, but it is just back and forth for
the first 5 HOles. they are long par 5's chich provide no
A good begginers course
Played here for the first time and had a fun time. The course is
set out fairly well and has been kept in good nick. There are a
few challenging holes but nothing out of the ordinary.
About 6 years ago I played at Woolooware on a Sunday and after 4
hours and only 12 holes played vowed never to play there again.
Unfortunately I recently broke that vow and nothing had changed.
I had a 1:07pm tee off time (the exact time should have had
alarms ringing) and actually hit off at 1:45pm.
From there it was a catastrophically slow round with our group
leaving in near darkness at the 11th some 4.5 hours later.
The greedy management of this course need to have a look at
themselves and not book groups 7 or 9 minutes apart. It
doesn't matter how good the course is (it's maybe a 3 out
of 5 otherwise) when faced with such frustration
One of the better public courses of Sydney. Reasonably priced and
challenging for both the beginner and advanced golfer. Have
played here often, and every time there is a new challenge.
Quite a lengthy, flat course. Hazards include water/creeks (1st,
3rd, 5th, 6th, 15th, 16th), wind can be very challenging even on
a calm day - as many holes have different wind directions.
Tree-lined fairways with one to two bunkers on every green, begs
for a straight tee shot.
Must book on weekends as it is a popular local course, but can
get on anytime during the week. The course plays host to some
major golf events (i.e. Toyota Southern Classic) and is one of my
Sydney favourites, and will definately play again.
Played here for the 1st time a week ago with a couple of younger
Fairways were in exellent condition and the greens were imaculate
that day (Although some have some deadly slopes).
Will play again for sure.
A lovely, flat course, and excellent value for money at $20 for
18 holes ($25 on a weekend).
Mostly fairly straight-forward holes with one notable exception
being a long, uphill, dog-leg Par 5 on the back nine which can
present quite a challenge as maybe a bit of fatigue starts to
creep in on a hot day.
Trees line most of the fairways and can cause trouble, but play
sensibly and you should be able to keep it on the fairly wide
fairways most of the time.
The fairways and greens are kept in very good condition with the
greens being quite fast when I last played here recently.
At only 30 mins easy drive south of the city Woolooware is very
easy to get to and a very good option for beginners and moderate
players living in and around the city.
Why put up with the crowds, prices and poorly maintained
conditions at Moore Park when Woolooware is only a short drive
The layout of this course is clearly suited to the European team
who are now odds on to win back to back Ryder Cups and close the
gap on ROW.
The relatively flat layout should also be ideal for O'Connors
unique driving style.
Tipsters have Europe at 1.10 with ROW a long shot at 2.60.
Come on Europe!
This course is always presented well and for a course that has
soooooooo much public use it is always in good condition, only
criticsm I have is that it is so popular with locals that a round
can take anywhere from 3 and a half hours with noone on the
course to up to 5 and a half-6 hours when it is at it's
worse, not overly challeniging ot long but good value for money.
This is definently one of Sydney's finer public acces courses
with a challenging layout and perfectly manicured course the
staff there are always friendly. Weekend tee times are very
stringent and enforced well. The actual course layout is plesant
with a good mixture of long par 3s and menacing par 4s with the
odd birdy makable par 5.One thing favourable in this golfers
opinion is it's easy on the legs being reasonably flat. Well
worth the price of green fees I reccomend this course to any one.
A nice little course in good condition with generous greens in
Fairly strait forward lay out (except the par three over water)
but nevertheless an enjoyable experience on a good quality
Some good holes & a bit of water make this an enjoyable
experience. Not too hilly so the walking is easy. The trees
arn't too tall so the wind tends to play a part.
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