New Course Open 24 September 2016
The golf course has undergone $1.3 million worth of improvements, adding a creek and ponds that encompass the old, 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th and 12th holes. It is part of a major redevelopment of the course that has taken a year to complete. The changes have been carried out as part of Georges River Council’s (previously Kogarah City Council) flood mitigation program that will overcome flooding that has affected the above mentioned holes as well as local residential concerns. The 18-hole layout is now a 70-par course covering 5570 metres. We’re sure you’ll enjoy the new challenging course and make sure you visit the clubhouse and discuss your round over a few refreshments and a great meal.
The widest part of the fairway is at 200 metres from the tee. This will leave you a short iron to a large undulating green.
This difficult Par 3 has a long narrow green. It is protected by water on the left and two bunkers on the right. Accuracy is a premium. Short is the only safe miss.
The double dog-leg Par 5 has a pond on the left off the tee. On the second shot you must decide to lay up short of the cross creek or take it on and have a wedge to the green.
This short Par 3 has a small elevated and undulating green. Middle of the green is always the target. Three is always a good score.
This straight Par 4 is not long … but you need need to hit the fairway to be able to hit this small green. Left is always the better miss.
This Par 4 narrows severely at 200 metres off the tee. The approach shot has two bunkers guarding the left side of the green. Short right is the best miss for the second shot.
This Par 4 is like a corridor, straight and narrow. Accuracy off the tee is a premium. The green is undulating and guarded by a cavernous bunker short right.
Our longest Par 4 at the PARk. The 8th has a large flat green guarded by a bunker on the left. Hitting the fairway off the tee is important if you want to hit the green.
Try to avoid the bunkers on the left side of the fairway. The green has a bunker short right. Short left is the best place to miss. Long off the green must be avoided at all costs
The tee shot is important. Avoid the bunkers on the left. The key to playing this hole well is the positioning of your second shot. You want a wedge into this small green that is guarded by a deep bunker short right.
This dog-leg left Par 4 has large trees on the corner of the dog-leg. Right side of the fairway is the best position off the tee. The green is one of the largest at the PARk, with a bunker short left.
This mid length Par 3 has a large undulating green with a bunker short right. Middle of the green is always a great result.
It is important to hit the fairway on this short Par 4. The green is well guarded by bunkers short left and long right. You must get your distance right on your second shot.
The fairway narrows severely at 100 metres from the green. Short of the green has a large deep bunker with a green that slopes from back left to front right. Being under the hole with your approach makes the hole play much easier.
Left side of the fairway gives you the best approach to the green. There is a large tree just short right of the green that must be avoided.
This long Par 4 has water left of the fairway. You will need a good tee shot to be able to go for the green. If not, you may have to lay up short of the creek that crosses the fairway just short of the green.
This Par 3 is guarded by two bunkers on the right and water on the left. The green is large and undulating. The only safe miss is short of the green.
You don’t have to hit driver off the tee. The key is just to hit the fairway, then you have a short approach to the green that has some great pin positions available.