Kwinana Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6271 M
18 Reviews
Kwinana may be one of Perth's best kept golf secrets. A change of pace for a mid-week game, I was delighted to discover this ostensibly private course offers public access, at least during the week. The staff were welcoming in what is a somewhat austere club house and pro shop. The course itself is a gem, with a couple of holes reminiscent of Joondalup. It doesn't appear busy. The course is a right-hand slicer's dream, with plenty of right-to-left shots on the par 4s and 5s. Bring your A game with your putter, the greens are diabolically fast and tricky. Fairways are well maintained, the course is well signed from hole to hole. Prices are more than reasonable and their web site has specials on top of that. Sshh, don't tell everyone..
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After arriving in Perth this winter I've spent some time shopping around for a quality course, not to far from home (in Atwell), not too heavy on the pocket and not too busy- Kwinana ticked all the boxes for me. At $26 for 18 it's pretty good value. The members and those in the Pro shop are welcoming and there's a pretty good vibe as you go around too. The course is quite challenging and makes you want to keep coming back. I agree with those below about trying to ace the Par 3's in order to keep your card respectable, about the fast and difficult greens, about needing to drive accurately (as the trees can be your undoing) and the exciting challenge of the dog-legs and the 12th hole. I'll defo be going back to Kwinana.
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Not too far from Perth, this is probably one of the best mid range courses in the metro area. A good test and in very good condition, probably due to its semi private nature. The course is quite long at 6271m, with two par 3s playing up the hill. It would be possible to change the hole numbering to avoid the rather long crossover hikes between holes, but the design of the course is good. Some bunkers and water in good positions. Lots of shady trees to cool you down in summer!
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I was a jnr member there 10 years ago and the course was a tad run down and the facilities old. I played there not to long ago and found it so much better. It's come a long way and is in excellent condition. Very underrated and well worth the drive down to have a hit.
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A reasonable course with fairways and greens in excellent condition. There is a stretch of 4 holes (12th-15th) where there are big hills to negotiate, with a lot of sideways slope and so this detracts from the rest of the course. This would be a good second tier course, not quite up to the main resort style courses that can be found in the area, but at $28 green fees it is very good value. We walked the course and, apart from the previously mentioned 4 holes, the walk is not difficult
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I moved to Calista to be close to the course. I liked the 'feel' of it from the start; plenty of trees and wildlife; the course is also fairly quiet- with Mondays and Fridays the best for non-members. This course offers everything you could want from a golf course and is a stern test of your abilities - particularly with the uneven fairways that will require you to be able to hit from all types of stances and ball positions - you will need to drive very accurately to put yourself on a flat lie for your second! There are few fairway bunkers and the rough is usually friendly if you avoid the trees which over-hang many fairways, so here is a good place to really crush your drives. Approach shots should be in the right spots on the small/medium greens - which, although smaller than most courses, make up for with speed...very fast and very easy to three putt! The 12th green is unique - the most 4 putted green that i know of! Alas, the committee has removed the bunker that caught all the heavy handed putts...a travesty...disgraceful act by the committee. Overall a good and difficult course that requires an all round golfing ability to score well.
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Golf Course Details
Summerton Road,
Perth, WA 6167, Australia
General: 0894192888