The Ashgrove Golf Course sits beneath the Taylor Range only minutes from Brisbane's CBD.
The course is confugured as 10 holes and 8 holes, rather than the more traditional 9 and 9, with the tees for the 1st and 11th sitting in front of the club house. Views of the finishing hole are magnificent from the clubhouse deck, with approach shots throwing the ball directly toward the clubhouse and onto the 18th green.
The course though relatively short at a touch under 5000m, is considered challenging not only to visitors but to the members alike. Many have played Ashgrove but few have mastered it.
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