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Played nine holes at Hamersley Golf Course about 12 months ago on
a Sunday. I found the play to be extremely slow and so were the
greens, as a wet week in fact. They were bumpy and needed a very
good roll. However the greens you could putt onto nicely if you
missed them as there isn't much bunkering around the greens and
the grass is cut smoothly.
This course is very tight and unforgiving if you miss the
fairways, a bit like Wembley (old course) just a lot shorter. Its
great for beginner and for a social hit now and then. But this
wouldn't be the course I'd go boasting to people about. With its
affordable price it is the most played track in Perth for the
social golfer. However for the better player, pay the $30 bucks
and play Joondalup at twilight :)
great course for beginners greens and fairways pristeen however
not many challenges for the better golfers
I Have played this course for about 10 years now and i go back
because good grren fee’s but most of all what a great
looking course the greens are the best i have ever played on for
a public course and theFairways are some of the best in Perth
just of there right now.
I played Hammersley in Nov ‘07 and the course was in pretty
good condition. Cheap green fees too. There are loads of
dog-legged holes so if you are long with driver off the tee, then
you need to be very accurate or think about hitting another club.
Straying too far off the fairway will cost you a shot everytime.
I don’t think our four-ball lost a single ball but if you
are in the trees you almost always have to chip out sideways. A
lot of the holes have the same feel about them. Overall a decent
public course and worth a round.
Hamersley is a simple course compared to others in Perth.
Wide straight fairwaysm, and easy to find a ball that strayed off
Fees are ok, bit more than Wembley which IMO is a much nicer
Hamersley is a good course especially if you are one who
doesn't like bunkers, because the only ones are on the 1st
hole. The fairways I have to say are pretty good and the greens
are fairly decent. If you go right or left off your drive there
is still a fairly good chance you will find your ball. Overall
Hamersley is a good course for everyone especially for the
beginner and the green fees are good.
Great course for someone learning to play game. Good wide green
fairways and decent sized greens.
I learnt how to play there and is a very good course with some
long holes thrown in to challenge the avarage golfer. Go off the
fairway and most of the time you can find your ball but too far
in and giove it to the snakes.
Ive played there a few times now and it's a decent course. No
sand bunkers or water. Maybe a little plain but overall it's
decent for beginners.
Friendly staff but toilets need attention.
This has to be one of the greenest courses I've played on.
Beautiful rolling buffalo grass fairways and medium paced
undulating greens make this course playable and challenging at
the same time. Long drives are needed on most holes to reach
greens in regulation especially the 18th a par 4 398m hole. Drive
long and pitch well and low scores can be had by the better
putters. One of my fav holes are the 175m par 3 7th, where you
have to hit to a 2 tiered green tilted forward. Plenty of hills
and doglegs keep the course interesting. Definately a course the
better player will enjoy. Great bar facilities and decent pro
shop, driving range and chipping/putting areas. Bookings for
sat/sun start from monday.
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