Southern Inland QLD
City Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 71
5817 M


Tree lined Kikuyu fairways, undulating Bent grass greens, creek winds through course. Water on some holes, some hills. Soft spikes only. Neat dress code.

Discounts for large group bookings.

13 Reviews

Great course. In excellent condition - both fairways and greens. Played in comp with some very friendly members. Needed some guidance as there are hidden dangers for those playing the course for the 1st time. 

Quick putting surfaces but very true roll. You need to be straight off the tee which makes the relatively short par 4s very playable. Highly recommended. 
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Im a Full playing member at this course and thought I would give it a review . Its a good course but extremely difficult. I know a few pro's who think this is possibly the hardest course in Australia and unless you know it well you are definatly going to get into some trouble. The tree's are large and very close together. The fairway's are narrow with many overhanging branch's & the bunker's are very solid/compact (bring a low bounce wedge) Its an up and down difficult course but this one will definatly teach you strategy that's for sure.
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Bit surprised about a couple of the negative reviews on this course. For the price you pay for 18 holes ($28 at the moment due to a hole under construction) this course is excellent value. The fairways are always in great condition and the greens are consistent right through the 18. The great news about this course is that all profits are now being poured into the course as all stages of the clubhouse are now complete. The 11th green under construction is a great improvement on the pancake before it. Having just paid $20 for nine holes on a sunshine coast course that was very ordinary indeed I'll never whine about paying $30 plus dollars on this championship quality course.
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Well had another round here just after Christmas and most things are still the same as my last report. 7th Hole was out of action due to the green being in poor condition which meant the 17th was split into a short par 4 and medium par 3. 1st Green was terrible and wouldn't be surprised if it was unplayable at the time of writing this. Pro Shop was a bit more stocked this time. If you are in Toowoomba and they can sort there 2 problem holes out then it is definitely worth playing particularly at $12 for a visitor to play in the comp. Course was in good nick and improved again since I last saw it.
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Wandered up the range to play here on Easter Sunday. $12 to play in the Open comp which started the day off with a smile. Course was in good nick except for the greens which looked like mini grenades had been set off all over them. I think a divot repair tool with instructions on how to use it may be handy at this course. I could have been there all day repairing fresh divot marks from previous groups that had been through before us. Bunkers were GUR as Twmba received 40mm or something the night before so no idea on them but had forgotten how much the red dirt gets into everything. Childhood memories came flashing back. Guys I played with were great. It is great to meet new people who enjoy their golf. I agree with the last review. It does have a lot of back and forth holes but saying that I did really enjoy the day and will go back for sure. Pro Shop wa a bit sparse but it is still recovering after the tsunami that went through Twmba. All in all a good day in the sun in Twmba and will definitely be back.
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This is not as hilly as it looks from the club house and can be walked relatively easily. It is an unusual course in that the front nine has 3 par 3s and no par 5s, so 33 out and 37 back for a par 70 for Men. For the ladies it is still 33 out but 39 back for a par 72, with holes 16 to 18 all being par 5s. The course was in good condition with both fairways and greens well grassed. Because of the unusual layout it is difficult to rate, the par 3s were interesting, but too many of the par 4s run back and forth side by side. We played in the midweek comp and the fees were reasonable ($28). Normal green fees are $40 per round. A reasonable course to play and worth a game, although if you only have time for one game in Toowoomba we would recommend the Middle Ridge course instead.
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Golf Course Details
254 South Street, Toowoomba
Southern Inland QLD, QLD 4350, Australia
Proshop: (07) 4635 4800
General: (07) 4636 9000