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Pitch and Putt Waverley Golf Course

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by Jodie Garth (subscribe)
I'm a Professional Writing & Editing student and intern with [untitled] www.untitledonline.com.au
Published March 8th 2011
'The golf game for everyone.' That's the slogan for Australian Pitch and Putt Waverley Golf Course, and I'd have to agree. Located on the corner of Wellington and Garnett Roads, Mulgrave, Waverley Golf Course has been labelled Melbourne's premier Pitch and Putt golf course.

On the sunny Sunday afternoon I visited, couples of all varieties and ages could be seen: father and son, boyfriend and girlfriend, older married couples along with groups of mates. Whether you're an experienced golfer getting in some extra practice, or a novice like myself, a round of golf at Waverley makes for an enjoyable time with friends and family. It is a par 3 course, and I can say from experience is non-threatening for beginners.

Not only is Pitch and Putt an enjoyable activity, it is great value for money. Prices for 18/9 holes are $12/8 adult, $11/7 concession, $10/6 U/18 and pensioners, and $40/24 for a family (2 adults, 2 children). Don't worry if you don't have your own clubs - you can hire them for $1.25 (18 holes) or $1.00 (9 holes).
Golf ball

After your game, why not enjoy a drink or bite to eat at the 'Bunker' bar and beer garden. You can also book the beer garden/BBQ area for functions for groups of 12 or more people if you wish.

The course opens at 8:30am every day and closes at 7:30pm during summer months, or earlier in inclement weather and winter.
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Why? You're never too young or too old for a round of golf
When: 8:30am-7:30pm daily
Where: Cnr Wellington and Garnett Road, Mulgrave
Cost: 18 holes: $12 adult, $11 concession
Comments
Can singles non-players join in and try to ‘play’?
Or must you have pairs
By fluffynut - reader
Thursday, 24th of May @ 01:00 pm
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