Castle Cove Country Club
68 Deepwater Rd
Castlecove, NSW 2069, Australia

02 9417 5444
The First Hole:

From the elevated competition tees this represents a challenging 305 metre par four with a dog-leg to the left. With trees and two strategically-placed bunkers to the left and with a hill and plenty of trees to the right it demands an accurate drive which positions for a mid-to-short iron approach to a mid-sized sloping green.

This hole is always a challenge for golfers looking to make a solid start to a round.

The Second Hole:

A relatively short par 3 (111 metres) from an elevated tee to a small sloping green. Wind can be a real factor on this hole with club selection often the key.

The Third Hole:

The first of Castlecove’s signature long par 3’s. At 163 metres and with a mid-sized green well-protected by bunkers it is only the better golfer who can rely on taking a mid-sized iron to reach the hole. Most club golfers play a long iron and many prefer a five wood.

The Fourth Hole.

One of Castlecove’s most beautiful holes but one where the wind can make all the difference. This hole is reachable with a driver on most days but with a creek crossing the fairway just short of the green it demands that the golfer either commits to reaching the green or plays it safe.

The Fifth Hole:

Many regard this as being Castlecove’s signature hole – a 253 metre dog-leg par four which demands an accurate drive to open up access to a steeply sloping green protected by strategically located bunkers. Those with a long enough drive can risk hitting over the top of the trees on the left to reach the green in one but it is a high risk option.

The Sixth Hole:

Definitely the highest tee on the course but trees and a gentle dog-leg to the right mean long hitters have to guess a precise line of flight to the green. A dam on the right tends to catch any wayward balls hit by longer golfers. The green is protected by two steep bunkers demanding accuracy on approach shots.

The Seventh Hole:

Another signature hole – a par 4 with plenty of trouble on the right and a green hidden by an outcrop of land. With out of bounds at the back of the green, this hole requires another long, straight drive followed by an accurate approach shot to one of the most difficult greens on the course.

The Eighth Hole:

A mid-length par 3 to a small, elevated green. No bunkers but a creek at the back holds menace for those who over-club.

The Ninth Hole:

Another of Castlecove’s testing long par 3’s. With trouble on the right in the form out of bounds, trees and an open drain on the left, this hole demands accuracy. The two bunkers, left and right mean there is little margin for error and the two-tier green can hurt the unwary.
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Course Details

Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$20 - $29
   Weekend:$20 - $29
   9-hole fees evenings only
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:No Tanktops or Cuttoffs
Pro Shop :yes
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Scarce

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Date Golfer Score
11/18/15 Harry Forsythe 40*
7/14/11 Fletch53 42*

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