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A little country 9 hole course in the middle of nowhere best
describes this place. Not really fair to compare it to a proper
golf course as such since it is run by the local community. It is
pretty much a full size 9 hole layout
They do a pretty good job considering the location. I was
surprised to find semi-true grass greens out here. The best bit
was turning up and finding not one soul out here. I had the
course to myself. You never get that down in the big city. For
that, I’d have to give it 2 stars.
The Proston course has 9 holes laid out over gently sloping
ground on the western outskitrts of the town.
While it lacks sand bunkers and has only one real water hazard,
it remains a reasonably challenging course thanks to its layout
and some longish holes.
Its greens are very well maintained, although the fairways can be
a little patchy in dry times. However the overall condition of
the course is a credit to the club members who volunteer their
time to its upkeep.
The beauty of the course is its locale. Surrounded by bush with a
scenic backdrop of red-soil farms and 'The Range', a game
there is always soothing. Also (except for the sometimes
competition on Sundays) you can mostly go at your own pace
without the crush of people everywhere.
Best of all, the green fees are very reasonable at well under
Overall, it offers everything that busy golf courses can't,
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