Played here this morning it is in really good condition and as
someone has already said greens where perfect. Guessing the
storms lately had no effect on the course, as there was no damage
to see. Am looking to join a club i really think this will be the
one, Great prices, Great staff what more do we all ask for in a
virginia is a nice golf course which requires accurate shots to
score well. The most difficult aspect of the course is probaly
the winds that generate in the afternoon. As the course is quite
longish, a 400m hole into the wind can be very difficult just to
reach in 2 (17th). I have played at every golf in Brisbane expect
for Indoorapilly, and i honestly believe the greens are the best
or one of the best in brisbane. They run with consistency and
good pace and are a pleasure to putt on them. I would probaly say
the back 9 is a little easier to score, although only marginally.
Practice facilities are also very good and provide a good start
before you even reach the first tee. The greenstaff were very
welcoming as I was looking for a new club in my bag. Bunkers are
in normal conditions and fairway condition is standard. Some
greens offer undulations and some significant slopes to overcome.
Pace becomes a key role in making putts are virginia, as jamming
putts into the back of the hole may sometimes levae you with a
tricky 6 foot coming back. It is very flat, and very easy to
walk. Some reviews have suggested each hole offers the same
challenge. However is feel this is wrong, as the winds change
direction every hole and can easily change each holes character.
good course, fairways have large landing areas, although many
holes require accurate iron play as not "perfect" shots may find
trouble in some very tricky greenside bunkers. greens and not
slow and roll extremly true. Pro shop are always very nice and
welcoming. All in all very nice day
Overpriced and boring course. $36.00 for 18holes, quiet a rip for
what you get. Too confusing, so confusing in fact that you
recieve a course map, and even that is difficult to understand.
Didnt help either the booking was messed up so got to play the
first hole. Then wait 20mins so a two competition groups could
play on through, and cause of that didnt get to finish the course
due to poor light.
pretty good course, the greens were consistent and green,
probably some of the best as far as public courses go. it is a
very flat course which makes some holes seem similar and
repetitive; a flat lie is almost always found on the fairway
which means the course doesn’t really offer any challenges
unless hazards come into play. when i played, which was a while
ago now, the course looked very dry, this is understandable
though because it was during a drought. overall a good golfing
experience, if a little uninteresting at times. would give it a
3.5 out of 5
I’ve been a member of this club for a while now and think
it’s a solid test. The best part are the greens which are
usually in great condition. They were lightening fast during last
year’s pro-am. Most holes are fairly straight and the
driving areas are forgiving but the course is made tougher by its
length (6231m) and winds (which always seem to pop up around
lunch time). The club has a relaxed atmosphere and most members
are friendly and easy-going. The clubhouse had a recent
refurbishment and there’s a nice terrace which overlooks
the 18th green. All in all, it’s a great club and not bad
value in terms of its membership and social player fees.
played here few weeks ago.upon arrival we were told they had just
cored the greens that week.understanding that this has 2 be done
we decided 2 play on.end of the round we all agreed that the
greens weren’t in 2 bad a shape.a bit bumpy but overall
ok.can’t wait 2 go back in afew weeks and have another hit
Went to the expo yesterday at virginia. Course looked in good
condition. A bit flat like other reviews have said but I see the
mounds and bunkers added for variety. Spoke to the staff on the
putting green and they were very welcoming and helpful. Tried
some clubs and had a good day. Will be back in the near future.
great greens, fairways in good nick, reasonable prices
Played here yesterday. i have to agree its a very forgiving,
dullish course.I would say the greens were in very good condition
though.You might get bored getting to the greens but you’ll
enjoy putting on them.
I’m a member at another course in Brisbane, and wanted to
play Virginia as I was considering moving to a different club.
However, after only a few holes I wanted my $22.00 back (nine
holes). First up, the staff in the pro-shop weren’t very
welcoming. I walk to the tee and while I’m warming up,
another group comes along and tee’s off without saying a
word to me. I then played the 3 most boring golf holes I’ve
ever played (10, 11 & 12). I get to the 13 tee only to find
an additional group teeing off that hadn’t played the
previous 3 holes. So, rude golfers, unwelcoming staff, & very
boring golf. I certainly won’t be back, and now have a new
appreciation for my current course.
Played late last year with my social club.
Course is very flat with some boring scenery. Not a difficult
course to play.
Overall experience 3/5...
Most times in good condition. Is a bit flat and uninteresting.
The social 9 (19-27) is a 2 star.
quite a flat course. suits the accurate iron player.
Whilst a very nice course to play, I found it a little boring. A
lot of the holes seem very much alike.
I am a very average golfer and I found it compartively easy to
other courses due the lack of rough and no hills. In saying this,
the par 3s are great as the sand traps surrounding the greens
spell trouble for someone of my standard.
Fairways are in great shape, especially given the lack of rain
and the greens are superb. A high quality course that is a easy
walk due to there being no hills.
Frankly, other courses are more interesting, but I still enjoyed
This course is very green and lush and is suroiunded by beutiful
trees and is a very long, tough track. I would recommend this
course to any one.
Im just an average player and dont spend big to play so virgina
is great only $20 for student to do the nine twice not sure about
the full 18 as i dident play due to alot of players starting when
i got there its a well designed course tho on the 9 hole course
they need better direction to the tee off because there can be a
bit of a walk in between holes more than other course i noticed
other than that its a great course tho i felt wierd it is a rich
yuppi joint tho i enjoyed it
I have played this course many times and i think it is a great
course...it is long, it looks so green and greens are fast it has
many large sand traps and water hazards adorn alot of the
holes...even the proshop was a charm...it even has a b-e-au-t-ful
clubhouse which was a pleasure to have a nice cold beer in. you
have 2 play this one
A good tough par 71 challenge. No one hole is the same and it
offers a challenging decision on almost every tee. Must be
straight off the tee to succeed around here.
Virginia G.C. is a 27 hole complex. It is the course where Greg
Norman developed his love of the game by caddying for his mum.
All 27 holes are of a parkland style with water coming into play
on quite a few of them. The 18 hole course is a reasonable test
for all handicaps and is well worth playing if you're in this
neck of the woods. For those with less golfing skill, the 9 hole
layout might be for you, for it is much shorter(2414m par34) than
it's 18 hole counterpart and the beauty about it is, no
bookings are required to play, just turn up any day of the week
and you'll get a game.
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