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Yes it’s Australia’s southern-most golf club /
course, but that’s about the sum of it’s claims. The
course is a small rural 9-holer like most towns in Tassie seem to
have, with $10 green fees and an honesty box. There is nothing
special in the design, with most holes running back and forth
beside one another, separated by a line or two of eucalypts. The
conditioning is ok, as the course does have some green grass, but
don’t expect groomed fairways or smooth greens.
It is simply a quiet golf course where you’re unlikely to
encounter crowds, where you can play a mix of different length
holes, and where the green fees are less than a movie ticket.
A one hour drive South of Hobart through the Huon valley brings
you to this very picturesque golf club. Very friendly easy going
locals who trust you with the honour system of paying the very
reasonable fees. With spectacular views looking out over
Esperance Bay to Bruny Island must make this course one of the
most idyllic in Australia. Ideal for the retired person. Join in
for the regular "Chicken run" It can be a lot of fun.
Watch out for the wind. It can sure blow down there. But if you
haven't played Dover, then you haven't played the most
Southern course in Australia.
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