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Played here last week and the course was in really good condition and the greens were true and a reasonable pace.
I played this course with my boss and thought it would be a dust
bowl in the middle of nowhere, but i was suprised by this
challenging course. I was glad we payed the extra cash for a cart
myself not usually ruining a good walk. There are some very hilly
holes and some tight fairways which punish slices and hooks. The
course was kept in fairly good condition with well sped greens
and the fairways were cut nicely. When the balls were in the long
rough i was sure to take a club or pick up a big stick to protect
my self from the possibility of snakes. Bunkers were in a fairly
condition but still playable, but what do you expect from a
course which is so cheap to get get a round in. The staff in the
pro-shop were very friendly especially knocking off a couple
dollars for a drink i didn’t have enough change for. There
is plenty of history to this course and i recommend playing it at
least once for the view at the top of one of the holes that looks
over the country side and lets you smash the absolute hell out of
the ball. all in all i’ll be back bringing a friend if not
for the golf but the country charm of this course.
As a beginner to this frustrating game ,I cannot speak highly
enough of this club.Everything there makes you feel welcome and
comfortable.My son who is 9 has been playing here for awhile and
this got me involved .So at the age of 41 I started playing.All
staff and members have helped me with good honest friendly
advice.Well done Beaudesert!
As an ex-member of Beaudesert golf club I can say that it is a
challenge not to be missed. It may not be as lush or as well
manicured as the gold coast courses but it still offers
challenges that will test even the most competant of golfer. The
ability to work the ball both ways could be seen as a plus with
many of the tee shots requiring you to move the ball in the air
to avoivd obstacles or position yourself for an easy approach.
The course, like many country courses do not recieve the rainfall
of the coastal courses do, but the 2 greenstaff and many
volunteers all do a great job to keep the course is good
condition. If the golf doesn't go that great, the locals will
be more than welcome to share a beer or four and help drown the
Everyone at the club goes out of their way to welcome a guest. It
is however a terrible course, notably the 16th hole, a 90 dogleg,
turning back up a hill. Still the members are friendly, the
drinks cheap and you're not going to Beauie to play a
championship course. Thankyou to the hospitality of the club..
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