Located a 45-minute drive from Sydney city centre and conveniently positioned just off the M4 Western motorway, the course at Penrith Golf Club extends to 6,247 metres from the back markers, with couch fairways and bent/poa greens arranged as two returning nines on a hundred and fifty acres of gently undulating terrain.
Highlight holes on the front nine include the first (and shortest) of the four par three holes at the 145-metre 3rd (“The Wait”), where sand protects the left side of the green. The 515-metre par five 6th (“Take a Chance”) is another testing hole, with a creek crossing the fairway seventy-five metres in front of a two-tiered green.
On the back nine, there’s a pond to the left of the 195-metre par three 11th (“Fire at Risk”), the first of five holes routed around the perimeter of the property. The heavily bunkered short par four 14th is another standout hole before the round ends with the three “Bermuda Triangle” holes in the northeast corner of the course.