Melbourne West
Kilmore Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 71
5437 M

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7 Reviews
Played here today for the first time. It was very evident that this course is struggling after the extended dry Summer this year. It is certainly a good layout but the fairways were bare. Tees & Greens are still being looked after but the Kangaroos are making a real mess & doing a lot of damage. Despite the conditions on the day I can see that my rating needs to allow for what the normal conditions would be. Also, it is now a Par 70 at 5520 meters on the Blue markers with a slope of 112. Pity I didn't see this course in it's normal prime!
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Played Kilmore today and certainly wasn't disappointed. The course is slightly undulating with the front 9 while being more straight up and down having most of the greens elevated so correct club selection for your approaches is important as you don't get flat run onto the greens, it also has some very long par 4's. The back 9 while shorter is a real test as there are some tricky doglegs and elevated par 3's and course management really comes into play. Very enjoyable and certainly the type of course where you'd benefit from local knowledge. Locals a very friendly lot as well. I'll be back.
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The course was in good condition, with Pennent being played here in the afternoon all the tee's were set well back, and the pins were in some tough positions. The course makes good use of the relatively hilly terrain, requiring thought with where one will aim the ball. The fairways were all green and nicely grassed, but miss them and quite often you are hitting off dirt. THe greens also had a few patches which had been burnt off in the past. All in all the course is well worth the trip.
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Played Kilmore for the first time on Sunday. I liked this course. Most holes are attractively undulating without being tiresomely hilly, and there are plenty of doglegs and uphill or downhill drives and approaches. It's good to see a short course not falling for being strangled by trees. There is the occasional non-descript flat hole, like the par-3 7th, but most are pleasant and interesting. The long 3rd and 4th are a test of any golfer's length, and the Index 1 hole (16th, 368m) requires a good, accurate uphill drive and a long accurate approach. The fairways are excellent where they have been converted to couch (some areas are in the process of being converted). Many country golf courses would love to have lies like I experienced, especially in March. Outside the couched fairways is hungry country with a lot of barren ground and dusty pathways. Keep it on the short stuff and you'll really enjoy your round The greens are OK, but there a few too many bare patches in places, especially around the edges. They seemed soft and slow to me, and a lot of putts don't roll completely truely and are affected by bumps and depressions, maybe footprints around the hole. The small pro shop has helpful staff, but only has a small range of equipment. It's strange having the clubhouse on the other side of the reasonably busy road to the course itself.
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i have only played this course once but i thought it was a very nice little country course. It has a great variety of par 4s. the course has some hilly parts to it but overall it is a good course.

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Kilmore is a pleasant 18 hole golf course with tree lined fairways. Accuracy rather than length is required for a good round here. The course is undulating and generally presented in good condition all year round and at under $20 for 18 holes is quite good value for money golf. The toughest hole comes early on at the 400m par 4 3rd hole. The tee shot is played from an elvated tee to a fairway sloping down to the left and also uphill. A good tee shot finding the fairway will still leave a 150m to 200m uphill second to the green perched at the top of the hill. A 4 here is always a good score.

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Golf Course Details
Anderson Road, Kilmore
Melbourne West, VIC 3764, Australia
Proshop: (03) 5782 1123
General: (03) 5782 1256