Melbourne Sandbelt
Churchill Park Golf Club
27 Holes
PAR 72
5984 M
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Churchill Park Golf Club is located in Endeavour Hills, Victoria, adjacent to Churchill National Park. Our 18-hole signature west course is a par 72 that measures 6,037 metres from the championship tees. It is a beautifully designed dog-leg golf course with lush couch grass fairways. Our challenging greens and tree-lined fairways will provide a real test of your golfing ability.

We have a second course that is a shorter 9 holes, which is ideal for beginners and those that prefer a friendlier test. Many native birds and marsupials call both of our courses home and kangaroos are often in full view during daylight hours.

Playing golf at Churchill Park is an experience. Trees provide the backdrop when playing and it is from the balcony of the clubhouse that the vista of Endeavour Hills looms over the tree-line.

The clubhouse is available free of charge for all types of functions including weddings, engagements and birthdays. The golf courses and clubhouse are also available for corporate golf days. Our staff are ready, willing and more than able to see that your needs and expectations are surpassed.

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26 Reviews

Played today with a mate (I'm hcap 16, mate is about a 25).

I'm a member at Southern GC.

There wernt many playing today, no one held us up at all.  It took 2 of us 4.5 hours, with a great sandwich from the shop at halfway.


Condition = very good, the second nine were better.

90% of them slope, and with the ground being quite hard, the ***** run a lot.  That left me and my mate playing quite a lot of shots off the fairway.  The rough is suitably clear, and none of lost a ball today.


I didnt see any fairway bunkers, and landed in only 2 greenside ones.  I thought they were pretty good, not a lot of sand in them but thats how I personally prefer them.  My mate on the other hand complained that there was not enough sand.  Having recently played Woodlands, I think they are quite similar.


The greens are in good shape., I didnt find many pitch marks like others have mentioned. They are medium fast not as fast as say Southern or Woodlands but not slow like at other public courses.  I accustomed to them quickly.  

There are a few greens that are just poorly designed.  i.e. there are some positions you physically cannot get the ***** to stop from, and you watch your ball either roll off the green or end up in a bunker.  You need to ensure you always have an uphil putt.  This makes the greens a lot less enjoyable.

I enjoyed the course, but my friend hated it.  I will never be able to get him to play here again even if I paid.

Me, I would play it again, its quiet but not an easy course.  It suits a player with a sub 18 handicap, and someone who is able to both draw and fade a ball to keep it on the fairways.  

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Great little course tucked away close to the Monash freeway. Suits the big hitter that is willing to take on the corners of the dogleg layout. Quite a few pitch marks left on greens, but is a public course after all. The majority of the greens are fine and roll true. Would play here again for sure.
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Really enjoyed the coarse I'm over here on holiday from New Zealand and played a lot of golf . The greens were great true and fast and held nicely but I had to repair a lot of pitch marks at least 3 per green so come on golfers start repairing them ! The fairways were good with a good covering of grass nice to hit off . I was in one bunker and didn't have much sand in it at all so I would advoid them next time LOL . The one problem I had I booked it on line at seek golf au and when I got to the pro shop they didn't have a record of my booking . I played Riversdale two days earlier which cost me $125 nice coarse but not worth that much I think it should $50 a round so when I played this coarse for $20 I thought great value I would pay $50 to play it . I will be back to play !
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Played at Churchill park in a charity day last Friday week, I hadn't played here for many years and was amazed on the current course conditions and the major improvements over the last 5 years. The fairways were in pristine conditions As where the greens although a little soft after the previous 35mm rain they were rolling true and where flat. Bunkers has ample fresh sand and played well. It truly is a stunning pictures course of which I will probably become a member
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Totally disagree with the second last review, this bloke needs to go back to the sand belt and pay his $5000. Churchill park currently is in immaculate condition. Greens are a surpurb surface good pace and very true. Fairways are lush and have an excellent cover of Santa ana couch. All tees Are level and once again are Lush. Staff are currently working in bunkers, draining And replenishing with new sand. For a public Access course would be far superior than many private clubs around the area. Would recommend to any golfer wanting to have a challenge and play a well presented course
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I played this course on the weekend and totally disagree with previous reviewer. I found the course refreshingly good. Having played it 10 years ago I maybe would of agreed but now it is as good as any other golf course in the area. Do yourself a favour and give it a try and make up your own mind. At $25 midweek and $35 for weekends i think you'll find its great value for money.
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