East Coast
Freycinet Golf Club
9 Holes
PAR 72
5880 M
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Freycinet Golf Club is located on the Freycinet Peninsula, 6.5 kilometres west of Coles Bay, Tasmania.  Sitting at the foot of the granite mountains know as the Hazards on the edge of the world renowned Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay.  Coles Bay is about 2 and a half hours drive from Hobart and Launceston on the east coast of Tasmania.

Freycinet golf course is a well wooded course with tight driving holes and several man made lakes. added to this, the prevailing sea breeze can make this course quite a challenge. features views of the Swan River and Oyster Bay.

The Freycinet Golf course was designed by Bill Husband and opened in 1993. It is challenging and enjoyable for all players and a true test for the serious golfer.

The course has a par 72, ACR 71.2 and is 5880 metres in length. The Slope rating is 129 for Men and 120 for Women. It contains three par threes, three par fours and three par five holes. Visitors are welcome to join in all competitions.

5 Reviews
rooboy

Played Freycinet Golf Course on 8/9/17. What a surprise! It's a fantastic 9 hole course built on an undulating patch of sandy ground only a few kilometers from Coles Bay. The course was a little dry in spots but it's a very sandy area and I can imagine keeping water up to some areas must be almost impossible. It's not your typical Tasmanian country course - it's reasonably long, with small greens and a number of strategially placed bunkers.

The highlight for me were holes 5-6-7, but the other 6 holes are a delight as is the short, picturesque short par-3 9th.

Even if you have to go out of your way, Freycinet is a must play if you are visiting the area.

My only gripe is the outdated, 'all day' green fee which penalises honest people who only have time for a quick 9 holes. Seriously guys, who over the age of 15 has the time or interest to play ALL DAY?? I just hope this hasn't put too many players off experiencing this fantastic course. Please instate a 9 hole green fee.
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sabco62

Oh for water! What a great course this could be if the gods gave it a drink more regularly. The greens are great, and placement on the greens is a must or you can have some very tricky putts. The second has been mentioned before, but I'm going to do it again 105m uphill to a very skinny green (i'm guessing not much more than 10 m deep), trouble front, back and both sides. Proving holes don't have to be long to be good.

A very enjoyable course but don't expect too many good lies.

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scarlett

A typical Tasmanian country town 9-hole course. The fairways and greens are prepared for the weekend comps but not much else. The course appears to be fairly young, with recent earthworks along some fariways. There is no variation on the inward nine (no second set of tees). If you judged golf courses on the appearance of their scorecard however this one would be in the countries top ten – it has a number of spectacular photos of the local area.

The course was fine for a social hit, but I wouldn’t want to play there regularly.

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allirons

a great course to play at whilst up the east coast. a great mix and long holes to the highly elevated green on the par 3 2nd.

A great day out on the east coast.

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yendor

This is a great little coastal course with three par 3s, three par 4s and three par 5s, the longest 505m. It has a nice balance between being challenging enough for low handicappers, yet ok for holiday hackers.

Its signature holes are the par 3 2nd -105m with the green perched on a ridge above the tee, protected by deep bunkers on either side and trouble over the back - and the par 3 8th -155m again with the green above the tee on a ridge. The 1st brings two lakes into play with a 20m neck between them and the 7th is a challenging par 4 with a tee shot through a saddle downhill to the green. The greens are outstanding and fairways reasonable. The clubhouse was lost in a fire but a new one is on the way next year. In the meantime that doesn't stop this feisty little club running tournaments including a pro-am each March. Visitors are welcome. Green fees at $10 on the honor system making this another reason to visit the stunningly beautiful Freycinet Peninsula on Tassie's East Coast.

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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
Swanwick Road, Coles Bay
East Coast, TAS 7215, Australia
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