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Mollymook Golf Club

Mollymook is a magnificent seaside escape, located three hours south of Sydney and just over two hours from Canberra. Mollymook Golf Club boasts two magnificent golf courses, Hilltop and Beachside, along with two modern clubhouses.

The Championship Hilltop course is 18 holes of bushland beauty, situated so that you can still hear the waves rolling in on the pristine Mollymook Beach. Hilltop is affectionately known as “The Ultimate Challenge” and was rated the No. 97 golf course in the March 2008 edition of The Australian Golf Digest. With meandering tree-lined fairways and undulating greens, Hilltop provides a stern test for any golfer. However, no matter how your game of golf is going, you will always enjoy the walk and serenity created by the amphitheatre of native Australian flora and fauna.

At 6,225 metres from the championship tees, Hilltop is a challenge in terms of accuracy and distance on the fairways. The greens too pose a dramatic test being both large and undulating. Once on the putting surface there may still be a good deal of golf left. Designed by Bill Andriske in 1977 the course features water challenges from creeks and dams and moderate bunkering.

Beachside is a 9 hole par 33 course that measures a comfortable 2102 metres from the men’s tees. The course sits atop the southern tip of the beautiful Mollymook Beach and ambles around the stunning Collers Beach inlet. It is in great condition all year round and suits the more social golfer’s requirements with four par 3?s, four par 4?s and one par 5. After your round, enjoy a drink in the modern clubhouse where you also have Waves Bistro, numerous bars, the Ocean View Coffee Lounge, the Children?s Retreat and the Bottle Shop to choose from. There are also live shows regularly in the auditorium.

Semi-Private Semi-Private
Country: Australia
New South Wales, Australia, Mollymook
Phone: +61.2.4455.2055

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