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A quiet little nine hole course nestled into the hills of Kilcoy.
The course is in need of water badly, but what course is not
during the biggest drought recorded in SE Qld.
The course is set up for for the non golfer through to the
intermediate range golfer.
I would recommend this course for any social clubs or social
players looking to get out of the rat race for a fun game of
After playing Kilcoy Golf Course following a rainy week
previously, I was expecting to find a relatively quaint country
town course that had a fair amount of greenness to it.
Lamentably, after a pleasant drive (about an hour and a half from
the Western Suburbs of Brisbane) what I found was a brown spance
of mountainous land that only a goat would feel at home on.
Granted the greens were green and the tee-boxes were somewhat
level, everything in between was a dissappointment.
Hitting a good drive counted for very little, as the arid
fairway/dirtway did not provide for many good lies. The layout of
the course negated all challenge thrown at you by the up and down
contour of the course, as any decent drive easily cleared the
valleys or shot over the hills. So essentially, it plays like a
flat course, which a heck of a lot of leg-killing hill climbing.
Perhaps I'm being a bit harsh, but for my money and time, if
you are hell-bent on playing a country course, I would suggest
lessening your travel time and playing either Gatton or Laidley.
Or, as you've made the effort to drag yourself out of bed
early anyhow, why not head on up to Toowoomba (about two hours
from Brisbane) and play Middle Ridge (extremely highly
recommended - betters many of Brisbane's courses).
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