Perth
Collier Park Golf Course
27 Holes
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Carved out of an old pine plantation, Collier Park Golf Course has been described as Australia’s premier public golf course.Offering unequalled quality in both the standard of the course and the amenities, the course is located within six kilometres of the City of Perth, Western Australia.Best described as picturesque and challenging, Collier Park Golf Course is a 27 hole international standard public golf course.

A compilation of the industry’s best golf course architects, including Peter Thompson, Michael Wolveridge and Michael Coates, have incorporated a large driving range, huge immaculate putting greens, challenging bunker hazards with each nine holes featuring a lake which is home to a variety of wildlife including ducks, ibis and the occasional black swan.Whether you are visiting Perth or are one of our many local patrons, we extend a very warm invitation to wander through our website before coming out and enjoying this magnificent facility.

Whether you are visiting Perth or are one of our many local patrons, we extend a very warm invitation to wander through our website before coming out and enjoying this magnificent facility.

Island
Lake
Pines
9 Holes
PAR 35
2961 M
9 Holes
PAR 35
2849 M
9 Holes
PAR 36
3103 M
24 Reviews
gimmepar
Pines
Slowest course in Perth. 5 hours for a round during midweek is crazy. 27 hole course, full carpark and not a single course Marshall moving things along all day. It’s a pity as it’s a nice course poorly managed. Gave it the benefit of the doubt a couple of times but won’t be going back now. Premier public course in Australia - pfft, what a load of rubbish. 
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atch
Island
Average course which I thought was way overpriced $41 for 18 on a w/end. Thought every par 4 seemed the same and was quite boring, in reasonable condition though but nothing out of the ordinary, better courses around that are cheaper. Does have a good practice fairway and large practice putting area which was a bonus.
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enzomun
Island
Played 5th March 2010. Course in great condition. This 9 is does not favour the right to left fade anyway as much as the Pines or Lakes, so suited abit better. Fairway Bunkers dont really come into play unless from the back tees. Fairways undulating nicely with plenty of grass coverage, so no excuses here! Greens on the good side of slow but mostly some pine needles slowing the ball on long putts. Overall greens playing really well except for the usual pitch marks which is NEVER the courses fault, its up to the players to repair, common courtesy. Players need to step it up on public courses, its ruining games for others. Some really nice Par 4 & very makeable Par 5 with some nice water touchs if you start to spray 2nd shots. I paid $17.50 for midwk which is always fantastic value for money from Collier Park. Prob my fav9 from the 3 available.
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enzomun
Lake
played 22nd feb. Great 9 in good condition. Not overly long (2,850m) & only 1 hole includes a 'lake' but doesn't take from well laid out 9. Bunkers come into play more than Pines course so slight bit more course management involved. Good score available to good shots. Greens slightly softer & slower than Pines 9 but overall they are prob better greens. Pro shop well stocked with good deals. Drinks are pricey so byo.
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enzomun
Pines
played on 22nd feb'09. this 9 was in great condition, green not fast but very true. usually few pitch marks hanging around public greens. fairways nice & open but undulating which don't make it as easy as you might think. Pines Course plays over 3,000m for the tidy 9 so plenty to play with. bunkers won't come into play alot until freo dr arrives. overall top quality public course for $22.50 midwk. you won't be found wanting quality against value.
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nuffiethegolfman
Island

The island nine is not a bad public course for the price, however I consider the lake nine to be a better layout. The greens were a little bumpy and the fairways very dry and hard. A couple of par 5's can be 3 shotters if the wind is up and these provide some challenge. The course was a bit traffic affected being in December 2007 when I played it. Also the greens were a little small but is expected for a public track. Would probably be in better nick had it been watered more frequently and can see some potential with the layout, however was not really impressed to the point I'd rush back there.

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Hayman Road, Perth
Perth, WA 6152, Australia
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