Centenary Park Public Golf Course
18 Holes
PAR 73
6169 M
11 Reviews
Played here for the first time today. It is probably one of the best public courses in or near Melbourne. It is fairly basic with regard to design but the fairways have good grass & there are plenty of good quality bunkers & occasional water to worry about. It is also a good test & fairly long at 6018m from the black tees. Well worth playing if you haven't before.
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Very up and down course. Long course, particularly the back nine. Conditions of fairways and greens were good for a public course in the middle of summer. As far as design goes, there are many straight par 4 and 5's interspersed by the odd dogleg 4. Par 3's were straightforward. For $30 for 18 holes not a bad course, but Eagle Ridge and The Dunes 20 mins down the road and $20 more are more enjoyable. Sandringham has a more interesting layout, but Centenary Park is better maintained due to the water available to them.
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Playing there semi regularly now, and the course is lush and in good nick. It starts off with a generous and straighforward par 5 before asking more of your golf game. The course is pretty flat, and gains it's difficulty mainly via changes in direction, and some good green and bunkering complexes. The holes at each par level vary in length so you will use most of the clubs in your bag. The course has a few intersting par 4's where driver isn't the best option of the tee, but a lot will still try with the big dog. There are a coupe of risk reward holes to enjoy, or to challenge you, but for the most part it's keeping your ball in play in this parkland setting, and leaving it in the correct locations that will assist in getting a good score. The greens themselves while not big, also have some interesting slopes to them, so putting your irons close can make things easier. The course as I said is pretty lush as there seems no shortage of watering, so even now, in the middle of summer you won't get lots of run once you ball hits the ground. This is target golf where you aim and shoot and watch the ball drop and stop ....... and it's in a relaxed quiet location. Once your on this course you won't see any housing developments, it's just you and the course, and thats always nice. Before and after the round, and the pro shop is well stocked and the bar is open. The club itself has a relaxed feel to it, and ht price for a round is certainly very reasonable for what you get.
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When is the Frankston City Council going to realise they need to throw a heap more money into this golf course to improve it and make it a really good golf course???? Who designed the new 4th hole along the road?? What a total disgrace I've never seen such a poorly designed hole in my life!!!!
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very good public course, beautiful greens, fantastic santa ana couch grass, and a brilliant price for a splendid round of golf.
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Very long course, said to be in the top 5 longest courses in Victoria. Don't let that worry you though the layout and challenge is excellent for all types of players. Great value for money with good to excellent fairways and greens. Very busy on w'ends, Ladies day Tuesday mornings and club day on Thursday morning. I give this course three stars with an extra one for value as the price for a round is excellent.

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Golf Course Details
Centenary Park Mcclelland Drive, Frankston
Mornington, VIC 3199, Australia
General: (03) 9789 1480