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Sefton Golf Course

Details and review of Sefton Golf Course. Sefton is an all Par 3 golf course located in the south western suburbs of Sydney. There are no Par 3's shorter tahn 100 metres, and only 2 longer than 160, making the course very short. The course does not offer the greatest challenge or variety, however the small greens are surpisingly well maintained. We found the course to be excellent value for money and perfect for a quick round of golf when we were feeling weak from a bout of the flu.

Details and statistics for Sefton Golf Course

Course statistics
Holes: 18
Length: 2539 m
Par: 54 (Mens) 57 (Ladies)
A.C.R: 51

Contact details
Club Phone: n/a
Pro Shop Phone: 02 9743 9436
Fax: 02 9644 4564
Address: 158 Rose Street,
Yagoona, NSW 2199
e-mail: sefton@belgravialeisure.com.au
Website: www.belgravialeisure.com.au or
www.bankstowncity.nsw.gov.au

Other details
Green Fees: Very Low
The better half: The Back 9 has the water hazards

We reccomend ringing the pro shop on 9743 9436 for playing times and green fees. Being a council owned golf course discounts may apply on green fees so it is worth checking.

Neither of the above websites offer much information, our advice is to stick to ringing the pro-shop.

Sefton_8th_Hole This photo shows the 8th Hole at Sefton. It is taken just to the right of the 8th Tee.
Sefton_17th_Hole The 17th Hole is one of a few holes at Sefton that have water hazards. The water gaurds the left side of the green.
Sefton_7th_Green The 7th hole Green at Sefton is one of the largest greens at the course. This photo shows the condition of the green to be very good.
Sefton_9th_and_8th_Hole_Greens The 8th Green is the foreground, the 9th in the background in front of the clubhouse. As can be seen the course has many trees.

Review of Sefton Golf Course

Sefton Golf Course also goes under the name of Sefton Golf Links, and is a Bankstown City Council Golf Course. The course is all Par 3. The two longest holes are 1 and 10 and are 189 and 171 metres respectively, after this the holes are all less than 160. Given these lengths if you are a stronger hitter we reccomend that taking a full set of clubs onto this course is not required. The greens vary size but are generally small, though some are comparable to those found on longer courses. What most impressed us was the quality of the greens. Yes, they are slow, but they are kept in really great condition. In between the tee and the green there is decent fairway also. Water hazards only really come into on 5 of the holes at best, but the course does a few bunkers also just to make it a bit more challenging. Each hole is also seperated with a good line of trees making the course quite pleasant to play on. In terms of a Par 3 course we found the condition of the course to be very good, and given the fact that the green fees are very cheap it is very good value for money. The course is a great course if you are looking for a quick, relaxing round of golf, ofcourse if you like to use your driver then there is no point in coming here. We found Sefton Golf Course to be good value for money and enjoyed playing there.

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