116 Booralie Rd,
Terrey Hills, New South Wales 2084
18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Graham Marsh & Ross Watson
32 km N of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
From the Hwy 1 (Pacific Hwy)/Hwy 3 interchange in the northen suburbs of Sydney, take Hwy 3 (Mona Vale Rd) and head north east. After 12 km exit at McCarrs Creek Rd, direction Terrey Hills. Turn immediately left into Booralie Rd. After 3.5 km turn right into Kingfisher Drive, and follow road for 200 m to golf.
Terrey Hills Golf & Country Club is home to as fine and natural a golf course as you'll find anywhere in the greater Sydney area. Beautifully laid out on the edge of the Ku-ring-gai Chase national park, here you can quietly play your way round an immaculately maintained layout, without distraction from roads or housing.
Good-width, rolling fairways weave their way through tree-lined avenues of towering eucalyptus in a lush, forested environment. Attractive mounding and plenty of stylish bunkering define the holes, as they make their way towards well defended, mounded greens. The two nine-hole loops run out-and-back from the large and comfortable clubhouse, with both nines pushing hard alongside the national park. Small lakes and ponds are liberally deployed, threatening your approach to half the greens, while one or two of the nicely doglegging fairways are also water protected. Pleasant, though never excessive elevation changes gives character to the holes, with a more tree-lined front-nine giving way to a slightly more open back-nine.
Opportunities to score well and challenges to your card are evenly spread throughout this collection of excellently crafted and wonderfully varied golf holes. Arguably the toughest stretch to negotiate comes at the closing trio on the front-nine and opening trio of the back. Here water plays a significant role and some of the tee shots may feel tighter than most. The doglegging par-4 18th brings you gently up to a green directly in front of the attractive, red-roofed clubhouse, a building distinguished by its imposing watchtower.
Terrey Hills is a private golf club. Outside visitor play is restricted. Overseas visitors should contact the Club to determine playing possibilities.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.
Terrey Hills has hosted a number of top level tournaments including the Australian Women's Open in 2003. | To climb the central tower in the clubhouse, from where you get a wonderful view over the surrounding Ku-Rui-Gai National Forest, you will need to climb 111 steps.
2020 Australian Golf Digest rating: 49th best course in Australia.
331 Mona Vale Rd, Terrey Hills, NSW 2084
+61 (0)2 9450 2422Visit website
Surrounded by the natural bushland of Terrey Hills, and only 25 km from the Sydney CBD, Checkers Resort & Conference Centre is well located for corporate and leisure travellers, as well as conference organisers. Set on five acres of leafy landscaped gardens, the 42 guest rooms are complemented by fully equipped conference rooms and recreational facilities.
Terrey Hills; Pymble; Monash CC.
Avondale; Long Reef; Concord; Moore Park; The Australian; Royal Sydney.
2 Kalinya Street, Newport, New South Wales 2106
+61 (0)2 9997 4900Visit website
Nestled on the shores of scenic Pittwater on Sydney's northern beaches, the Newport Arms pub & hotel is an ideal location from which to visit the golf courses in Sydney's northern suburbs. The hotel overlooks the splendour of Bayview, Church Point, Scotland Island and Ku-ring-gai National Park. The Arms also features the Terrace on Pittwater restaurant, which provides one of Sydney's leading modern Australian dining experiences.
Monash CC; Long Reef (10 km); Elanora (private)
Terrey Hills; Pymble (20 km)
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