Avondale Golf Club
Description The Avondale golf course, founded in 1926, is set in the leafy suburb of Pymble on Sydney's north shore and is one of the most peaceful courses in the metropolitan area. There are no major roads on the course's boundaries and the feeling of tranquility is apparent from the time you enter the very understated entance. This delightful atmosphere allows the golfer to play with very few distractions and she or he can concentrate on their game and their tussle with the course without the intrusions of outside noises. Shorter than most championship courses, trees play a big part here and accuracy is essential. The layout starts innocently enough but gradually builds up into a toughness that makes even the finest golfer think clearly and positively. A number of memorable and challenging par 3 holes provide the basis for an enjoyable round. The long par 5 holes provide a visual feast but the golfer still needs to concentrate on the primary taks at hand - securing a par or better! Play anywhere close to your handicap at Avondale and you'll drive away a very happy player. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
GPS Coordinates Decimal
Deg Min & Sec
Deg & Decimal Min Latitude
S 33° 44' 57.48" -33° 44.958' Longitude
E 151° 7' 44.4" 151° 7.74'
Address Avon Road Pymble New South Wales 2073 Australia Phone No. 02 9449 6455 If calling from outside Australia: +61 2 9449 6455 Fax No. 02 9488 7065 If calling from outside Australia: +61 2 9488 7065
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Boomerang Farm Golf Club ( Website)
The Boomerang Farm Golf Course is located in Queensland's beautiful Gold Coast hinterland which consists of a huge variety of tropical surroundings and a huge amounts of wildlife.
The course started up as a dairy farm before becoming a tourist attraction where people could throw boomerangs and experience other rural activities. Fourteen years ago, it developed into a golf course and it has continued to thrive in its sub tropical environment.
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