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Compared to the US, Australia is fairly bare on the par-3 front.
And really, that is shame. Generally they are great places to
start out playing the game, whilst for the seasoned golfer a
brilliant place to hone-up with the wedge and blade. You
won't find a lot of variation at Balyang Par-3 course, with
sand-wedge enough for most on all but 2 of the holes. However,
what this place lacks in variation it makes up for in atmosphere.
It is hard to describe how a fairly flat, fairly bland track of
land has atmosphere, however, it might have soemthing to do with
the fact it is 18 holes and if your worth your salt you can
easily go under the card. You start with some shorter holes,
hoping to set up your round, a couple of danger lurk through the
middle, but if you're going to make a move, it has to be
after you cross the river and tackle the 3 holes of 'birdie
corner'. 17 is the longest on the course and 18 is no gimme
either, you don't want to be leaking oil on these two believe
me! A great little place, with decent greens and reletivly few
hold-ups. A hour's worth of great fun.
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