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A great track, although a bit boggy in parts due to the significance winter rains. An interesting feature was an electric rope pulley system to help get you from the ninth green back to the clubhouse.
this is an excellent course to play all year round. A short nine
hole course which is excellent value for money. The course is
maintained to a high standard all year around except it can get a
bit wet in the winter time and also can dry out a little towards
the end of summer as the water source starts run low as the only
water supply is the dam located in the centre of the course. Also
does not have any bunkers for the wayward hitters.
Measures 2842m Par 36 with 5 Par 4s ranging from 320-385m, 2 Par
3s ranging from 125-140m and two (weakish) Par 5s ranging from
400-435m. Once again there are 18 tees and 9 greens. Quite a
surprise to find a challenging 9-holer in good condition in the
NW Tas, but do yourself a favour and have a hit here.
There is a little of everything here, doglegs, bunkers, water
hazards, elevated tees, elevated greens, OOB and sloping
fairways. Best hole is probably the 125m 7th with an island green
surrounded by water. I quite liked it, as it broke up the boredom
of hitting tee to green with no real thought needed.
Played here 21/7/06 and paid $10 green fees in the honesty box
and had a carefree round with no-one else on the course at the
time. A little strange for the first-timer as after hugely
swinging dogleg right 1st hole you have to pass homes and cross a
road (about a 200m walk) to get to the other 7 holes of the
course. One of the better 9-holers in NW TAS.
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