Goldfields-Esperance
Esperance Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
5906 M
USER RATING
7 Reviews
jkmillar
A good country course. The quality of the layout is extremely high, and the water will keep you very honest. When I played the course it was very green, and the greens themselves were in remarkable condition. The 9th does not finish anywhere near the clubhouse, and so I played 1-8, 12, 13 as I did not have the time for 18. My only issue was the number of flies and other insects that assaulted me during the course (due no doubt to the lakes all around).
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tommo2
Often the type of golf played on my travels around Oz depends on the day of the week as much as the course or weather. Which brings me to Esperance on a Tuesday with Don. We partnered in the Vets in a stab. and a truly enjoyable day eventuated. The soon to be retired veteran of 60 years driving trains had a blinder.This is why we play golf. To socialise,meet with new friends and broaden our horizons. The course is a little beauty with just the right amount of challenges to keep the interest up and great variety of holes. No hole by hole disection here , just an overview as usual. Soft greens,water, manageable bunkers, water, grassy faiways and did I mention a bit of water around? Very reasonable fees, hire carts available and friendly club and manager. What more do you want? The Relic.
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nicholstones
An interesting layout, with water in play quite a bit. The greens were good, but the fairways were quite dry. If they were in better condition it would rate higher as there are some good golf holes on the course. They have a reticulation system for the fairways, but the source of the recycled water had broken down, so this explained the dryness. Usually they are in better condition, we believe. The members were very friendly, we played in the Sunday mixed comp no problems and enjoyed the company both on the course and in the clubhouse afterwards. Green fees are $25, which is reasonable for the layout. Comp days are Wednesdays for Ladies, Thursdays for Men and both can play on the weekend. They also have a vets event on Tuesday afternoon. Well worth a game if you are in the area.
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flying_kiwi
A great course with some great scenery, some tough holes as well as some deceiving holes. Favourite holes would have to be the: Par 4, 2nd, a nice simple hole with water on the left and trees to the right, some great pin placements on this hole and with a good drive a great birdie chance is availabe. Par 5, 10th, long par 5, if you get your drive on top of the hill and second to the bottom of the hill then you simply negotiate two lakes into a well placed green with a rise to the left. Par 3, 3rd, nice 160 odd metre hole with two small lakes short and two green side bunkers, a good tee shot to short of the green or on the green leaves a very makeable par or even birdie.
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captainscrambles
The Esperance Golf Club is an absolute hidden gem. It starts with a reachable par 5 that slightly bends right to left. There are trees and scrub right and water on the left as you approach the green. The 4th is a great, long and tough par 4, close to 400m and the number 1 index hole. Water follows you the entire length of the hole on the left and the narrow fairway is lined with trees on the right. The approach for the brave golfer is a forced carry, but in fairness, you can play safely on the right side. 5 is a nice par 5, that bends to the left and presents you with an uphill tee shot in which you can choose how much of the corner that you wish to cut. The 9th is another highlight. A long, inverted C shaped par 4, with a green that is surrounded by trouble. This was probably my favorite on the course. The back nine is solid as well. The 10th is reachable in two with a very big drive. Those choosing to lay up are faced with a narrow landing area between two ponds. 13 is a great par 4. From an elevated tee, you are faced with water all down the left side. The green is guarded by a moat in front, trees left and long and water right. The tee shot on 14 is great as you are hitting from an island tee. 17 is a great, shot par 3, from an elevated tee. 18 is a short par 4 finisher that demands smart placement off the tee. All things considered, this is a very fun golf course. You are faced with tons of different shots and will hit all of the clubs in your bag. There is a lot of water, but the course is fair as there is always a safe option. Risk/reward is the name of the game on a lot of holes, which makes for a fun round. It's a little easier the second time around when you know just how much you can cut off of corners.
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golfnutmatt

Esperance is a great country course which I am proud to be a member of, 16 holes bounded by scenic water views, or 18 if you’re wayward. Esperance golf club is a mid length course which rewards the straight but low hitter, who can keep the ball under the summer sea breeze.

The layout is situated amongst the Windabout lake system and consists of a par 72 with birdie opportunities on the short holes, and bogey certainties on the lengthy ones. Esperance golf club is complimented with well upkept fairways and medium-fast greens which are mostly inviting to attacking approaches. You will find yourself taking aggressive lines over large water carries, depending on your ability, in order to set up the upcoming shot.

Esperance golf Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary in October 2007 and is inviting golfers from all over the country to experience the challenging layout and friendly small-town atmosphere within the club.

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Golf Course Details
ADDRESS
Dickerson Rd, Esperance
Goldfields-Esperance, WA 6450, Australia
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