Castle Hill Country Club is located just over half an hour drive from the Sydney CBD and is a private member's course which has hosted a number of National tournaments including the Canon Challenge. The course is a picturesque, spacious 18 hole, par 72 championship course measuring 6187 metres and situated on 67h (167 acres) of once farming land.
The course comprises 4 par 3's, 10 par 4's and 4 par 5's and challenges golfers of all levels providing a testing but fair round of golf. No less than 12 water hazards line the course requiring the golfer to think about all shots - from tee shots over water to delicate approach shots where a watery grave meets all but the perfectly executed shot.
Over the last few years the course has undergone extensive improvements, which have turned it into one of the top championship courses in Sydney, if not New South Wales. The Club has access to recycled water meaning the course is in peak condition all year round with superb putting surfaces. The course is also blessed with many holes that will stay in your mind for a long time after you have played the course.
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