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Strange place for a golf club, under the biggest & busiest
bridge in Melb. Good track for those starting ouy=t on there
game. Careful cause I heard “fore” called a least 20
times during my round. Not as easy as it looks. But for a golfer
who get around a little I’ll give it a miss next time.
Feature hole would be the 8/17th hole next to the power
transformer a few locals croming with spray cans. But if you look
past all this you’ll love it
A one of a kind golf course, nothing like it in Melb.
What other course can a wayward shot have the possibility of
hitting the westgate freeway onramp, a storm water drain
(complete with abandoned bicycle), an abandonded warehouse, the
vline rail track or a scrap yard?
Walk On tee times and free from the pretension of other courses i
have recently played and is in suprisingly good nick (low player
numbers i guess?)
Nice price, and great to invite golf snobbish mates to for a
laugh (ahh the serenity!)
Confusing layout though, maybe put a map on the scorecard?
Preety much one of the worst courses in melbourne. The area is
dirty, not much parking and smells of fuel. The greens were
terrible. If you landed in the fairway, you mights as well landed
in the rough. The people who play there didn’t look like
golfers. Though the prices were cheap, i might as well played at
Alotona Lakes 5 minutes away for 3$ more.
I hope I turned up to this course on a bad day. The greens were
pathetic. Grey sand covering 25-45% of all greens. I was hitting
my putts harder than my drives. The course is confusing. A par 9
trying to be a 18. Trains, cars, graffiti, if this is your idea
of golf then all welcome. I play of 18 I shot 3 over after 9
because I could not play another 9. The par 3’s on this
course are though are really fun. And hard. Is worth a visit for
sweet little course hole 5 hit the green in 1 stuck it over the
trees then rolled down the hill on to the green nice missed the
putt but all good fairways were in great nic greens were fast
enjoyed playing the course
I started playing here 15 years ago and progressed to a scratch
marker five years later so proved to be a good starter! Always in
fairly good nick and is very challenging. A par three around a
bend, a long driver mid iron par 4 and a good selection of well
laid out short par threes. This course is short but no snack,
smallish elevated greens, tricky mounds and difficult lies. Pars
on some holes at little westgate are well earned. This course is
perfect for an after work social round. Friendly patronage and
cheap rates. Check it out.
I’ve been playing this course for about a month now and
I only started playing golf 4 months ago and this course is
excellent for a beginner. With undulating hills, a water hazard
on 4 of the holes and challenging greens this course inspires one
to return and play some challenging shots.
The course is lush with all the winter rain and the westgate
freeway offers a great urban backdrop to many of the holes.
Sunday mornings are members tournaments, so get in their early on
Hope this helps
Pretty good value for 9 holes. For the middle of a drought and
water restrictions, this course was in pretty good condition.
Fairways were in average to good condition, however the greens
are in excellent condition!
Not such a busy course, especially last Saturday, with no groups
in front or behind. Only complaint is that a couple of the par
4’s were perhaps a little long.
Overall, definately worth the money.
The main thing this course has going for it is value for money.
$17 for 18 holes on a weekend and it is relatively quiet with not
too much traffic. There is enough variety with the holes to keep
you interested and is in fairly good nick for the price you pay.
Check it out if your after a cheap, quick game.
Under the bridge. Short par 3 opener, bunkers at the front,
freeway behind. Don't be long on this hole or the Geelong
bound lanes may suffer!
The greens are very good and the fairways not too bad for a dry
season. There is a doozie of a Par 3 hole 5 I think, I never had
a birdie op and I never quite cracked the course. Good for a
Saturday morning hit as members play on Sunday. It's a short
course but it's better than Altona or the driving range.
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