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Bonnie Doon Golf Club (Website)
Founded in 1897, Bonnie Doon is Sydney's third oldest golf club and one of the oldest in Australia. Currently being redeveloped by renowned course architect Mike Clayton and 2006 US Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy, the new Bonnie Doon promises to regain its place amongst Sydney's elite.
Bonnie Doon's par 71 championship course is a stern test of golf for players of all standards. The course has its own unique character reminiscent of the Melbourne sandbelt. The strength of the course lies in its strong par 4's, the variety of its par 3's and firm slick greens that put a premium on positioning and have long been recognised as among the best putting surfaces in NSW. A number of elevated tees and greens give sweeping views of the city skyline and are key features of the course design, which emphasises the rugged natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
Bonnie Doon Golf Club is located only 15 minutes from the Sydney CBD and 10 minutes from Sydney International Airport. The club holds a weekly open comp at a reduced rate of $55 and also welcomes visitors on Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays, subject to availability. Bonnie Doon prides itself on being one of Sydney's leading corporate golf venues, catering for groups from 12 up to 280 people.
To be amongst the first to play the new Ogilvy/Clayton layout please contact Bonnie Doon Golf Club Director of Golf Sam Howe on (02) 9349 2101 ext 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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