Sun City Country Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6400 M
14 Reviews

Such a fun course. I played with a crazy freo dr wind which was proved great on the downwind holes but the 4th hole tee shot was difficult, don't let pride get you and try to hit it too far down the fairway. 

Have to recommend though as I played after 3pm it was only $15 for as much golf as u can play. I got  the full 18 in. 
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Played Sun City on 25th April ANZAC DAY: Beuatiful layout with plenty of Kangaroos, this course is really a small gem. It will become more magnificent within 2 years, as some refurbishments are in progress, especially on the back nine. Good greens, large fairways, good bunkering and a good mix of short and long par 4s make this course enjoyable for all golfers of all levels. Played behind ANZAC Day Competition, the pace was quite fast, and members are friendly. A good venue to play.
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played here quite often when i lived close and i loved the course. Greens where hard to hold and were fantastic to get the short game working as the were lightning fast. i love how the course is layed out wit doglegs and they are long. i like this course as it is an experience to play it as you get to play along side Kangaroos ans the odd emu. i definatly wuld recommend becoming a member as it is great and not to expensive.
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Tough long course... if u are not a power hitter, which i am not then prepare urself for some dissapointment, if u normally get birdies and pars on the most of perths courses, dont be expecting them here... its a very long course and the extra distance does add to your scores... apart from being long it is very very nice.. lots of kangaroos and even a few emus if u are lucky, but nature aside, the greens and fairways are in excellent condition.. thoroughly recommend this one.
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I played Sun City for the first time today - in the Saturday Competition event with todays winner Neil Hartzer - who playing off a 2 hcp shot an amazing net 64! Congratulations Neil and well played! I was still satisfied with my 6 over (78 gross), and matched par with a net score of 72. Sun City, a par 72 measuring 6,383m from the blacks has to be one of the longest courses in Western Australia and rivals the length of the Vines in the Perth area. This course sets up magnificently, especially for the longer hitters with beautiful fairways and scoring opportunities to boast. Doglegs are the name of the game here, every par 4 either doglegs left or right bar a couple, one of which is the 16th hole - the only short par 4 at 337m and dead straight. This is actually one of the only legitimate birdie holes and for the record, I didn't make one here. Green was... tricky tricky tricky! Most par 4's are over 350m, with the 2nd and 11th holes playing at well over 400m. A full blooded drive is essential on these two holes just to make par a possibility, once sussing out what approach shot you have left. A couple of solid par 3's make their presence felt, all being over 145m. Some involve uphill approaches, the others downhill and all are to reasonably well bunkered greens. My pick par 3 was probably the 13th, where you require a mid iron from an elevated tee into a tricky green to read, possessing subtle breaks. It led to my only 3 putt of the day. My favorite par 4 was the 14th, dogleg right and uphill all the way at a length of 375m. This course has 4 amazing par 5's, the longest of which is the 4th at 507m. You cant see the green from any of these tees which adds to a great sense of adventure. The fairways twist and turn from left to right and gently roll up and down, influencing the outcomes of the drive and second shot's resting place. The greens are tucked away to left and right behind the doglegs, protected by fringe rough and some bunkering. Trees and bunkers come into play on the tight sides of the fairways too for the ambitious hitter that tries to bite off more that they can chew :) Sun City loves the driver and whats more, it must be bombed all day long for a successful score to be racked up. The emphasis here is on length and accuracy (but more so length), being such a longish track. The greens were large, tricky, about medium paced and can be a lot quicker, according to information from the Hartzer bros (members whom I played with). Additionally, the wind will add more difficulty to the course, depending on whichever way it decides to blow from. I was fortunate as I struck a relatively still day. The greens have quite a few bunkers, however not as many as other private Perth courses such as Yokine or the Vines. But the lenth of most holes increases the club size required to get on in regulation, thus the smaller quantity of bunkers here does not reduce the degree of difficulty at all. Sun City is worth a look and is about a 1 hr's drive north of Perth in the district of Yanchep. At $1200 its one of the best valued private clubs going in the metropolitan area. It may not be a resort course, but it still gets 4.5 stars from me :). Most of this rating takes into consideration the layout, which is exemplary for the longer hitter in mind. It sets up almost as good as the Vines. The practice putting green, chipping green, driving range and well equipped clubhouse and pro shop only add to this great golfing facility, that is also open to the public.
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I have played here recently and found the course in great nick. Its a long course, with well maintained fairways and greens. Lots of dog-legs, providing a good challenge. About the only thing that I would have to say against the course was the number of Kangaroos surrounding the fairways. Although the Kangaroos do not cause any problems to your game, what they leave behind on the fairways can cause minor issues. Overall a very enjoyable round and highly recommend to anyone who wants to play a quality course
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Golf Course Details
St. Andrews Drive, Yanchep
Perth, WA 6035, Australia
General: 0895611148