9 Holes
PAR 72
5860 M
2 Reviews
Though membership is increasing, numbers are still low, making maintenance an issue. Arranged a hit on the Saturday to take part in their comp. Eight of us teed up at Midday. Not far to the first tee, outside the club house doors looking down over the course. Preferred lie of one club length on your own fairway, which is marked by a furrow in the nut grass/ goat lettuce. The second and the ninth over the creek are not for the fainthearted. Tees are bitumen coated mounds, scrapes are black sand. The change of tee for the eighteenth makes it a deadly par three back over the creek. For five bucks you get exercise, good company, a different experience and a hot snack after. For another couple of dollars, try the port on a cold winters day. The Relic.
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There are 9 black soil scrapes with the natural gully of Capowie Creek crossing through the course. All holes except the 334m slight dogleg right 1st from an elevated teebed are played on the eastern side of Capowie Creek. The course is not maintained or even open from mid-September to April. Barely basic golf facilities here. Quorn is a town of around 1100 people approximately 300m above sea level in the southern Flinders Ranges. It is best to visit the Pichi Pichi Railway and other attractions than to play golf here. Closest grass green course is Port Augusta which 40km south-west of Quorn.
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, Quorn
Flinders Ranges & Outback, SA 5433, Australia