Moore Park Golf Course, Sydney
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This is course close to Sydney and it's good fun, without being overally challenging. I managed to get 5 pars using borrowed clubs. We walked the course as its a fairly small area. The local golfers d... read more »
Played at Moore Park last Sunday. What a pleasant surprise to find an A grade golf course in such tip top condition even in winter. Can't wait to play there in summer . Would recommend this course to ... read more »
I have played this course twice and have enjoyed it both times. I am not a pro i just enjoy a good day out. the course is well maintained and has a few challenging holes. There also a very good drivin... read more »
Nice course, three level driving range (bottom level is usually half reserved though). Parking has become better since they've installed the boom gate (free if you play golf). Only complaint is that it's busy, but that doesn't affect my rating as that's to be expected.
I recently had a lesson here and was very dissapointed with the service I received. The instructor spent most of his time either on his phone or ipad or off getting more golf balls. For $180 for the hour I would expect they have the golf balls there ready for me to practise with. Out of the hour I would say they were gone for at least 15 minutes of that time. Also I received very little hands on instruction showing me how to correct my stroke. The instructor just hit a few balls and talked in very general terms about golf in general. As a beginner I got a lot more out of going with a friend a week early who actually stood there with me showing me what to do and what not to do. Overall very poor lesson and extremely dissapointed about the money spent. Instructors name was Jason.
A bit of an elitist place; full of parents trying to bake their kids into the next Jason Day. We were happily practicing when one of the local instructors swanned by an informed us we needed to move along to another bay because we were 'in the kids area.' Of course there's no sign indicating as such; ergo there's no kids area, just some lazy coach who wants to mull all his eight year-old hackers together...
Enjoyable course for a decent price. The driving range is a little disappointing. Pricey with below average golf balls. The giant tv probably appeals to some, but doesn't do much for me... I'd rather they ditch it and bring down the price of a bucket.
Excellent facilities with a 3 level driving range. We have been taking lessons and it's been a fantastic experience.
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