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Good place to send the kids for a muck around with some old clubs
and balls. In summer it is so dry it turns into a dustbowl and
you get to play on the dust scrapes. Never saw any grass or sand.
Was to frightened to use a wood for fear of blinding myself from
the dust. Go to the pub instead.
The back nine is nestled away in a small corner of Echuca with
gum trees lining the fairways and the river winding along the
course boundary. These types of country courses wher upkeep is
difficult due to limired resources and limited water as a rule of
thumb usually rely on interesting and tricky routing and the
incorporation of several elevation changes to keep the golfer
interested and challenged. Echcua back nine has no the luxury of
either. The course is by no means a push over and in several
places is very tight and requires precision off the tee simply to
have a clear shot at the miniture greens. The place can easily
frustrate you with its continuous dog legs and kykuya-thick green
edges but if you relax and don't expect too much you probably
find yourself escpaing into the bush surrounds. I would suggest
you steer clear on weekends as the hackers and their errant bals
do not make for much fun, but if you pass by on and empty
afternoon and stroll around the river edge by yourself I daresay
you'll probably have a nice little stroll without getting too
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