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Ocean Shores Country Club

Orana Rd,

Ocean Shores, New South Wales 2483

  • Office

    +61 (0)2 6680 1008
  • Pro shop

    +61 (0)2 6680 1247
  • Fax

    +61 (0)2 6680 1721
  • Golf pro

    Chris Graham

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Relatively flat terrain - easy to walk (but slopes to climb up at the 9th and 18th).

  • Surroundings:

    Residential, woodland and wetland.

  • Designer:

    Robert von Hagge & Bruce Devlin
Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Metres
6348
5995
5148
Par
72
72
72
SSS or slope
73
71
72

Location

Latitude:

-28.516385

Longitude:

153.545780

How to get there:

150 km S of Brisbane / 5 km N of Brunswick Heads.

Ocean Shores Country Club

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.

Est. 1972

Ocean Shores Country Club: Just north of where the river Brunswick flows into the Pacific Ocean at Brunswick Heads, Von Hagge's well-crafted layout at Ocean Shores will provide an enjoyable golfing challenge - quietly set amongst natural flora and tidal lakes, the layout starts with a scenic par-5, which gets you down to much flatter terrain, in which most of the ensuing holes are located - the relatively open front-nine weaves its way around several small lakes and ponds, with water hazards very much in play on several holes - around the perimeter, but not too close to be in range, local housing looks onto the course - after journeying back up to, and then down again from the scenically elevated clubhouse, the more natural and interesting back-nine takes you on a wonderful excursion through the course's most attractive stretches - the 10th tee commands a wonderful view over surrounding wooded hills, before dropping you down again to the layout's lower section - on the second nine-hole loop, the feel is distinctly more tree-lined, with predominantly melaleuca (paperbark) trees lining the generally good-width fairways - tropical palms and "flame of the forest" trees also provide a haven for the abundant birdlife - the more you play at Ocean Shores the more you'll appreciate the challenges thrown down by its water-laden front-nine and more tree-lined and natural back-nine.
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Visitors

Who can play and when?

Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.

Must book in advance.

Green fees

Visitor fee, 18-holes: A$32.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].

Other information

Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.

Practice facilities

Good

Did you know?

Originally inhabited by people of the Bundjalung nation, the Brunswick River was charted by Captain Rous in 1828. He named the river after Queen Caroline of Brunswick. The first European settlers (c.1849) were cedar getters Steve King, and John and Edward Boyd. The cedar logs were rafted to Brunswick Heads, then hauled by bullocks into the ocean, where they were winched onto sailing ships. The only access to the outside world was by boat, which resulted in several ships bringing essential supplies being wrecked crossing the treacherous bar. The local Aboriginal people helped rescue the shipwrecked sailors.

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