Great Ocean Road
Casterton Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
5569 M


Casterton Golf Club presents an 18-hole course with grass greens, 19 bunkers and 3 dams.

Water hazards and lateral water hazards can come into play on several holes.

The front nine is undulating while the back nine holes are flat.

The most outstanding feature of the course is the flora: magnificent redgums, eucalypts, wattles and many other varieties of native plants that have been contributed by the members.

Established in 1924, the course has 120 acres of Red Gum country.

2 Reviews

Great little course and kept in great condition by local volunteers.

Grass greens play true, lots of challenging dogleg holes. Course is forgiving enough for the bad tee shot but there are lots of large trees lining both sides of the fairway.

Highlight was the first and second holes as well as a short par 3 with a lake just behind the green.

enjoyed playing here very much.  Will be back.  $15 green fees.

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Measures 5591m Par 72 with four par 3s ranging from 128-177m, ten par par 4s ranging from 268-387m and four par 5s ranging from 437-480m. Course is tree-lined both sides of fairways with a few doglegs, not too slow grass greens and 19 sand bunkers with mostly good fairways with some areas of dirt patches. Holes here have a bit of variety with only 7 bunkerless holes and a few gentle slopes and doglegs. There are about five par 4s less than 325m in length with mostly doglegs and all but one par 5 is less than 445m in length so the course is quite hospitable to the less frequent golfer. Holes worthy of mention include: the 128m 2nd (rated the easiest hole) with 4 bunkers protecting the green, the 387m 4th (rated the most difficult) doglegs right and slightly downhill to the dogleg corner then slightly goes uphill to a green protected by 2 shortside bunkers, the 343m 16th is a straight hole to a bunkerless green but is a slightly narrower driving hole with OOB left of the treeline and a lateral water hazard right of the treeline, the 480m 18th is a slight uphill straight hole with OOB left of the treeline to a bunkerless green. Played here 19/11/2010 with $15 green fees. Located about 4km out on the south-western edge of town on the corner of the Glenelg Hwy (B160) and Casterton-Penola Rd (C198). As far as Par 72 layouts go Casterton is very short, but as nearby Coleraine & Merino are sand greens the nearest 18-hole grass layout is 45 minutes away in Hamilton, this track is not too bad at all for a town of about 2000 people.
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Golf Course Details
Corner of Mt Gambier & Penola Roads, Casterton
Great Ocean Road, VIC 3311, Australia
General: 0355811349