Eyre Peninsula
Port Lincoln Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
5890 M
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This course is best played in Winter, due to the much higher rainfall and better course conditions. Although short, it is rather hilly and quite a stern challenge test when the wind picks up as it often does. The greens are nice to putt on in the winter adn some greens a 2 putt is a job well done.

Our Major event on our calender is the Port Lincoln Golf and Seafood Week. It is held in October sometime and it mixes great golf with succulent seafood.

Superb 18 hole course over 5890 metres boasts beautiful grass greens and great scenery throughout – visitors welcome.

3 Reviews
tommo2
If you have any ticker or leg issues, take a cart and avoid the walk. A relatively short course but good exercise for the calf muscles with the slopes. Especially with the ninth under repairs it's a solid walk from the eighth green to the tenth tee. However well grassed fairways, true running greens , and not many bunkers make for a pleasant day all round. The first and tenth slope away down hill to deliver a great buzz out of a well hit drive. Plenty of dog legs to vary the par fours and a couple of tricky par threes. If the wind is up (a fairly regular occurrence) the par fives are long. Now $25 mid week and $30 weekend. Cart hire available. Less demanding than Port Augusta, on a par with Whyalla. Well worth a hit or three. There's a bit of a drive to the course but it's very scenic so take it all in. Rock up at 11 on a Wednesday, name a time on the weekend or social on a Friday. The Relic.
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q-tip
Established in 1915 Port Lincoln measures 5805m Par 72 with four par 3s ranging from 120-160m, ten par 4s ranging from 290-365m and four par 5s ranging 430-525m. Course has mostly small bent grass greens with medium sized pine tree-lined and wide and quite lush kikiyu fairways after the winter rains. The layout has a few hills with 12 bunkers on the course. The front nine begins with a few easy straight par 4s with the flags visible from the tee with the 365m 3rd (index 1) having a blind teeshot over a crest to a small green. Actually small greens are a feature on most holes on the front nine with minimal bunkering. Highlights include: the 120m uphill 6th (index 15) with 2 bunkers guarding the small green shortside; the 525m slight dogleg right 7th (index 11) with a downhill teeshot with 3 rows of tall pine trees on the right; and the 160m uphill 9th (index 7) which is easily the largest green on the front nine - at least 30m long. The back nine has medium sized greens with a few more hills and bunkers and most holes have doglegs with the flags not visible from teebox. Highlights include: the 360m slight dogleg right 11th (index 6) with a downhill teeshot to a medium-sized green guarded by 2 bunkers rightside; the 160m slightly downhill 12th (index 12) with 2 bunkers guarding shortside; and the 325m straight uphill 17th (index 2) with 2 fairway bunkers on the right about 110-130m short of the bunkerless green. Also there are some views of the Little Swamp lake on the 14th tee. Overall, a pretty well presented country course. The par 4s are all quite short with similar style which makes the course a little boring if you are a decent golfer. The layout sees you near the clubhouse at the 6th, 9th and 18th greens - all are par 3s too. Played here 20/09/2011 with $15 weekday green fees and $20 weekend green fees. The course is located 5km west of the town centre along the Flinders Highway. PL recieves more rainfall than most locations on the Eyre Peninsula and it shows on the course during Spring. Despite having no full-time professional PL has around 14000 people and along with Whyalla they are the pick of the courses on the Eyre Peninsula. Worth a round here as every course to Whyalla are black soil scrapes
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nicholstones
This is quite a hilly course and also fairly short for Men. The layout is good, but we played it in early Feb and so the fairways were very patchy. The greens were good, although a little slow. Lots of doglegs and when the wind blows can become difficult. Green fees of $15 mid week and $20 weekends are very reasonable. The Par is 72 for Men with a rating of 70 and Par 72 for Ladies with a rating of 72. Well woth a hit if are in the area as there are no other grass greens anywhere near here.
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ADDRESS
Flinders Highway, Port Lincoln
Eyre Peninsula, SA 5605, Australia
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