COURSE TOUR

Recognised as one of the best country courses in South Australia

The Course tests golfers of all ability and skill levels

The Course is a par 68 of 5,041 metres

Sand and water hazards are scattered along the course, plus you can take advantage of the putting green, driving range and practice areas.

Fully watered by an automated sprinkler system that ensures no matter the season, the course is lush and green. In fact, the course has been recognised as the best winter course in South Australia.

Golf clubs, electric carts and pull buggies are available for hire.

You are welcome to come out and enjoy our Course, we are open 7 days a week.

Our regular competitions are held every week:
Tuesday sees the Women competing from 8am to 3pm (ring Pro Shop on 8531 1388 to book Women’s event or green fee players)

Followed by the Men’s competition on Wednesday from 7.30am to 3pm

Saturdays sees a dedicated mixed competition of stroke, par or stableford from 7.30am to 1.30pm

We welcome everyone to take part in these competitions,
but please book your spot with the Pro Shop, call 8531 1388, ext 1.

Our Club Etiquette brochure provides more information.

INFORMATION ON:

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bunkers and hole 1

Hole 1

Length: 357 metres

The tee area adjacent to the clubhouse and practice green area.
The hole is generally straight from tee to green, with a relatively tight driving area for the longer hitters.  The green is bounded by left and right front bunkers thus enticing the higher approach rather than a run-in shot.

Index rating: Men 6 – Women 5.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
6454
hole 2

Hole 2

Length: 192 metres

A straight hole with slight uphill incline to the green.  No bunkers.

Index rating: Men 10 – Women 13.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
103133
hole 3

Hole 3

Length: 390 metres

This hole is generally straight, with a wide open fairway and a slight downhill incline towards the green.  No bunkers.

Index rating: Men 2 – Women 11.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
24115
hole 4

Hole 4

Length: 120 metres

This green is set in the south eastern corner of the course and bounded by bunkers on both left and right sides.  The green has a noticeable downward slope towards the front, thus making the putting line and pace a testing facet from all angles.

Index rating: Men 18 – Women 17.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
183173
hole 5

Hole 5

Length: 366 metres

This is a straight hole bounded on the left side with a boundary fence and penalty area (water hazard) extending from the general drive landing area all the way down to the front of the green.

The extensive line of trees on the right side of the fairway also makes it a tight 2nd shot for the average golfer.  The green has no bunkers but has a split level to add to its difficulty.

Index rating: Men 4 – Women 1.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
4414
hole 6

Hole 6

Length: 183 metres

This hole has numerous penalty areas (water hazards) in close proximity to both tees thus creating the need to carry the ball over same in order to approach the green.  The left boundary fence in close proximity is also a common issue.  No bunkers.

Index rating: Men 12 – Women 15

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
123153
hole 7

Hole 7

Length: 352 metres

A straight hole, with a penalty area (deep burn water course) that extends sideways across the width of the fairway, approximately 200 metres from the tee.  The decision to carry this “burn” or play safe is a decision to be made by the longer hitting player.

Index rating: Men 8 – Women 3.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
8434
hole 8

Hole 8

Length: 440 metres

The longest hole of the course.  A tight driving hole surrounded by trees on both sides.  The hole is straight for the majority of its length, with a dog-leg to the left, approximately 50 metres from the front of the green.  This hole also has fairway bunkers on the left and right sides in the vicinity of the dog leg and further bunkers to the left side of the green.  Green has a slight uphill rise from front to back.

Index rating: Men 14 – Women 7.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
14575
hole 9

Hole 9

Length: 282 metres

This hole has a sharp dog-leg to the left approximately 210 metres from the tee.  High mounds and trees on the left corner of the dog-leg make a difficult line to carry with a cunning shot required in most instances.  Bunkers and OOB at the back right side of the green also play a contributing factor to approach shots.

Index rating Men: 16 – Women 9.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
16494
hole 10

Hole 10

Length: 306 metres

A slight right hand dog-leg in the fairway approximately 100 metres from tee gives those that fade (or slice) the ball a better shot, as opposed to the player who draws the ball.  A very narrow fairway area approximately 50 metres from the front of the green comes into play with deep bunkers to both left and right of the green.

Index rating: Men 5 – Women 4.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
5444
hole 11

Hole 11

Length: 123 metres

Straight and with a slight uphill incline from the tee to green with no bunkers.

Index rating: Men 17 and Women 18.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
173183
hole12

Hole 12

Length: 427 metres

Very slight right dog-leg off the tee, with a wider fairway that is usual to compensate.  A penalty area (water hazard) is on the left side approximately 80 metres from the green.  Green runs more sideways than lengthwise thus making it a tighter approach.  No bunkers.

Index rating: Men 13 – Women 2.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
13525
hole 13

Hole 13

Length: 400 metres

A straight hole with a large penalty area (water hazard) immediately to the left of the tee.  There are also bunkers to the right side of the green and a very challenging one at the rear left of the green. The challenging factor of this hole is mainly its length.

Index rating: Men 1 – Women 6.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
1465
hole 14

Hole 14

Length: 146 metres

Straight with a slight uphill incline closer to a green and a very noticeable greenside incline, particularly at the front area which often causes many balls to roll off the green.  No bunkers

Index rating: 11 Men – 16 Women.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
113163
hole 15

Hole 15

Length: 256 metres

This hole has a sharp dog-leg right approximately 190 metres from the tee with thick foliage on the right corner, thus making it an extremely tight line for the wayward drive.  Flat green with no bunkers.

Index rating: Men 15 – Women 14.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
154144
hole 16

Hole 16

Length: 375 metres

A wide fairway with an uphill drive from the tee extending approximately 200 metres.  Then downhill towards the green with a large penalty area (water hazard) on the left side extending almost halfway out to the centre of the fairway, thus making negotiation difficult for the shorter hitters. The green itself has a very noticeable downhill incline from the back to front area, again making putting difficult from all angles.  No bunkers.

Index rating: Men 3 – Women 10.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
34105
hole 17

Hole 17

Length: 155 metres

Considered our “Feature Hole” for many years, it has a very tight approach with a very narrow passage between bunkers at the front left and front right side of the green.  The grassy mounds at the back left of the green also often come into contention when attempting to clear the bunkers.

Index rating: Men 9 – Women 12.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
93123
hole 18

Hole 18

Length: 322 metres

A very testing final hole for all players with a slight dog leg left approximately halfway along the fairway and bunkers at front left, front right and rear left of the green.

Index rating: Men 7 –Women 8.

Men’s IndexMen’s ParWomen’s IndexWomen’s Par
7484