The 3rd -  A simple Par 5 if your drive avoids the water on the right side and the mounds on the left of the fairway. Three good shots by all standards of golfers will have you safely on the green. A bunker on the right and a water hazard to the left of the green will put a little pressure on your approach shot.

The 3rd - A simple Par 5 if your drive avoids the water on the right side and the mounds on the left of the fairway. Three good shots by all standards of golfers will have you safely on the green. A bunker on the right and a water hazard to the left of the green will put a little pressure on your approach shot.

The 17th - This seemingly innocuous hole hugs the boundary fence along the Pacific Highway - anything too far right is out of bounds and reload. The elevated green is long and narrow with a mound on the right. The surrounds of the front, left and back of the green slope away severely so an accurate tee shot is required.

The 17th - This seemingly innocuous hole hugs the boundary fence along the Pacific Highway - anything too far right is out of bounds and reload. The elevated green is long and narrow with a mound on the right. The surrounds of the front, left and back of the green slope away severely so an accurate tee shot is required.

The 15th - A downhill par 3 of 157 metres, this hole has a new green which was opened in 2012. The green is a large 3 level green designed by Wayne Grady and is protected by bunkers on both sides. A tee shot to the wrong side of the green will leave a difficult putt over the ridge in the middle.

The 15th - A downhill par 3 of 157 metres, this hole has a new green which was opened in 2012. The green is a large 3 level green designed by Wayne Grady and is protected by bunkers on both sides. A tee shot to the wrong side of the green will leave a difficult putt over the ridge in the middle.

The 11th - A daunting tee shot with a large dam in view.  The carry to the water is 180 metres.  The hole shapes from left to right and any over correction will see you negotiating the trees on the right. The water extends all the way down the left side of the fairway to the green .  A bunker on the left and a large mound on the right, guard one of the best greens on the course.   It has a tier in the middle of the green and depending on the pin placement your first putt could be a…

The 11th - A daunting tee shot with a large dam in view. The carry to the water is 180 metres. The hole shapes from left to right and any over correction will see you negotiating the trees on the right. The water extends all the way down the left side of the fairway to the green . A bunker on the left and a large mound on the right, guard one of the best greens on the course. It has a tier in the middle of the green and depending on the pin placement your first putt could be a…

The 8th - A classic dogleg hole to the left confronts you as you stand on the tee. A drive of 200 metres will get you past the corner and leave you with a short approach to a narrow green with bunkers on the front left and to the right of the green. if you don't make the dogleg a well manufactured shot through or over the trees is required. A pin point shot is required to hold the shallow green and avoid a deep swale at the back of the green

The 8th - A classic dogleg hole to the left confronts you as you stand on the tee. A drive of 200 metres will get you past the corner and leave you with a short approach to a narrow green with bunkers on the front left and to the right of the green. if you don't make the dogleg a well manufactured shot through or over the trees is required. A pin point shot is required to hold the shallow green and avoid a deep swale at the back of the green

The 4th - A conventional Par 3 with bunkers protecting the right and left sides of the green. Don't be long as behind the green slopes away quite sharply making for a difficult return chip.

The - A conventional Par 3 with bunkers protecting the right and left sides of the green. Don't be long as behind the green slopes away quite sharply making for a difficult return chip.

The 5th - Taking the driver is fraught with danger as there is a water hazard some 200 metres from the tee if you hit through the dogleg. If you succeed placing your drive around the corner you can then reach the green for 2 if you have the nerve to take on the burn. Otherwise you will have to lay up and play a pitching shot into a lovely green slopping from back to front.

The 5th - Taking the driver is fraught with danger as there is a water hazard some 200 metres from the tee if you hit through the dogleg. If you succeed placing your drive around the corner you can then reach the green for 2 if you have the nerve to take on the burn. Otherwise you will have to lay up and play a pitching shot into a lovely green slopping from back to front.

The 6th - This is our only hole with a water carry to be negotiated off the tee. The hole shapes slightly left to right with water along the right hand side of the hole for the last 150 metres. The green is protected with a mound at the front right and a bunker on the left hand side. Even though the hole is a relatively short Par 4 it is rated our 5th most difficult. However a well place drive will give all golfers a good opportunity to make par.

The 6th - This is our only hole with a water carry to be negotiated off the tee. The hole shapes slightly left to right with water along the right hand side of the hole for the last 150 metres. The green is protected with a mound at the front right and a bunker on the left hand side. Even though the hole is a relatively short Par 4 it is rated our 5th most difficult. However a well place drive will give all golfers a good opportunity to make par.

Dusk at Wyong Golf Club

Dusk at Wyong Golf Club


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