Yarrambat Park Golf Course

Yarrambat Park Golf Course details

18 Holes
PAR 72
6074 M
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20 Reviews
Played here a couple weeks back, it had rained a bit, and in the past, the course would be unplayable. it surprisingly held up pretty good. Greens were super quick. Wasn't in too bad a nick, but still very hard underfoot. Summer golf here would be a different story, with the ball running like a sailor's willey, given how hard the ground was. Fairway's were well maintained. Better than what it used to be a few years ago.
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After having played this course a thousand times as a youngster I was quite impressed with my recent visit after a 2-3 year hiatus. The layout hasn't changed, with wide open fairways and plenty of changes in elevation. The condition of the course was quite good with consistent run on the greens and a solid cover of grass on all of the fairways. The huge area in which the course is set out means that the layout is more diverse and interesting than most public courses with a great mix long and mid length Par 4's and some really challenging Par 3's, most notably the 11th and 16th (Yarrambat's Signature Hole). There's always plenty of wildlife (Kangaroos literally everywhere) to impress the visitors and the course now finishes with what I think is the best hole on the course; a mid length Par 4 that invites a Driver off the elevated tee to fly the water hazard crossing the fairway 210m down the hill.
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I have played at Yarrambat quite a few times over the years and to be honest have always been a little disappointed. However, i played there yesterday and I have never seen it in as good condition. Fairways are lush and well defined. Greens are nice and true. Fringes around the green are neat. even the tee boxes are in good condition. Seems the rain has done this course a world of good. Add to that the course management has improved. Makes Yarrambat a nice course to play
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Played this course on the 27th March. Proved to be quite a challenge as the comp was played from the back markers which added considerable length to some of the holes. There is currently a good coverage of grass on all the fairways, but don't venture into the rough as there is very little grass at all. Greens are in reasonable condition, bit bumpy in places, but they are not helped by the number of kangaroos and corellas that eat the grass. Some greens have been damaged by the birds, but work has been done to repair this and they did not effect our round at all. Overall, very enjoyable course with some seriously challenging holes, particularly the last three from the back markers. 16 is a downhill par 3 of 185m over water with a left to right running green meaning not a lot of space to land on from front to back. Great hole. Would recommend to anyone at present as this is a good course considering it is a purely public course.
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Good course with a range of challenging holes
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Played this course on Sunday January 31st, and it was the driest I have ever seen the course. I was quite wayword with my tee shots (not helped by it being a windy day), and managed to see a lot of the rough, and hardly saw a blade of grass in the process..... On those rare occassions I actually hit a fairway there were quite reasonable. The greens were quick, and consistent. I doubt I will play the course again until we have had some decent rain.
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Golf Course Details
Yan Yean Road, Melbourne, Australia
General: 0394362201