Belair Park Golf Course
18 Holes
PAR 70
6353 M


Situated in the Belair National Park, just 20 minutes from the heart of Adelaide, the Belair Park Country Club is the best kept secret of the Adelaide Hills. A versatile and unique location, the Belair Park Country Club is a premier setting for Adelaide Wedding Receptions, Adelaide Conferences and a wide array of other special occasions. Our function rooms are continually being upgraded and offer stunning views of the adjacent Belair National Park and the lush green of the Belair Public Golf Course.

Located on the ground floor is our Garden Room, the perfect place to come and enjoy the surroundings with friends or family. Enjoy a cool drink following a round of golf, a coffee and cake following a walk through the Belair National Park, or a sociable meal from our exciting new a la carte menu. The Belair Park Country Club is available for both public and private occasions. Our professional staff are eager to make your visit something memorable.

5 Reviews
The course is looking fantastic under the care of new Pro Mike Smith, with new fairway shaping, regrassed T blocks in some cases, a massive improvement over how it was 3 years ago when I joined. You do have to remember that the course is part of the National Park with all the rules and restrictions that entails.If you haven't played it for a fw years give the course another try, you might be surprised
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Time for an unbias review Belair National Park course measures 5106m Par 70 with five par 3s ranging from 107-163m, ten par 4s ranging from 228-379m and three par 5s ranging from 430-487m. Course has predominantly kikuyu grass fairways with clover grass. The teebeds consist of kikuyu grass and like the fairways are patchy with many bare dirt lies. The small bent grass greens are mostly 10m long x 10m wide and are a little slow. In terms of hazards, there are 12 bunkers on the course and one yellow-staked pond on the 17th hole in general play. Highlights include: the 374m slight fairway bend left 5th (index 1) to a 15m long green with a hidden back left bunker over the green; the 160m 10th (index 9) with an elevated 2-tier front-sloping green above the tee which is well guarded by 2 bunkers; the 379m 11th (index 2) with a blind teeshot over a crest with a yellow-staked (dry) creek across the fairway about 270m off the tee to a green with a bunker short left; the 107m 13th (index 15) with the 20m wide green about 10m above the tee with a bunker short left; and the 430m short Par 5 17th (index 12) which bends to the left with a yellow-staked pond on the left off the tee to a 20m long x 5m narrow green with a bunker right. Belair National Park is the shortest Par 70 layout in the state and one of the shortest full-length layouts in the state. In fact, the Par 68 layout at Murray Bridge is slightly longer than this layout. The layout parkland-style tree-lined layout is fairly undulating with minimal bunkering to challenge the more accomplished golfers. The par 3s are varied in topographical elevation changes and most are bunkered. The par 5s are quite weak, as are most of the par 4s which are fairly benign with only 4 out of 10 being longer than 340m in length. The pick of the par 4s are probably the 5th, 11th & 14th. Overall, the back nine offers more of a challenge than the front nine. The layout is a little odd with only the 1st tee being close to the clubhouse, and a 350m walk up the 18th fairway to reach the 10th tee from the clubhouse. Course elevation is approximately 260-300m above sea level with the highest points being at the 13th green & 14th tee whilst the lowest point is at the 1st tee & 18th green beside the clubhouse. Course access is from Upper Sturt Road, Belair about 15 minutes south of the Adelaide CBD. Played here 16/10/2012 with $25 weekday green fees, $30 weekend green fees and $15 twilight green fees after 3pm. Course is one of the least challenging and currently has some of the poorest course conditioning of any full-length 18-hole golf course in Adelaide. More suited for less frequent golfers
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The course is looking in great shape at the moment, i have overheard that a brand new bore is in place making a world of different to the greens! Its fantatsic to bring clients up and have a great networking day on the golf course. the clients love it! also love how they have 30 carts havent played at a public golf course that has this!
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You can put this course off list if you want to play here. Basically, there is not much maintenance on the fairway and green at all. The green does not roll too much and the fairway does not have much grass on it. I am not impressed at all.
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course used to be in good condition but it's getting very neglected lately. large dead areas of fairways, many greens with big dead patches, very long grass off to side of fairways & grasses & weeds up to 30 cm growing in sand (???) bunkers !!!!! overall it is so sad to see what was not so very long ago a really well maintained course deteriorate to what it is now. at about $800 for annual green fees, it is WAY overpriced for what you get. many better courses offering better value are available.
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Golf Course Details
Upper Sturt Rd, Belair
Adelaide, SA 5052, Australia
Proshop: (08) 8278 8991
General: (08) 8278 8991