The greens, which were recently cored, are long, which means one can give it a good knock to the hole without having to give much for a break. They are average in size with subtle contours. I can envisage challenging putts in the summer when the conditions are dryer and the grass is cut a little shorter.
Greens with a modest fringe for low trajectory shots. (Image by SocialHummingBird)
There is a modest fringe around the greens which offers some support to low trajectory shots into the green. However, longer greens means the roll will be reduced, offering a better opportunity to be closer to the pin.
Trees lining the Fairways (Image by SocialHummingBird)
Point Walter Golf Course has a unique building design with a combination of cafe/pro-shop and a huge covered outdoor seating area. The Eagle room, which is hired out frequently, can seat up to 80 people. Further, with a kitchen on site and the ability to create a wooden floor dance area, this is one location that would be perfect for any form of celebration.
A Great Cafe that Makes Great Coffee (Image by SocialHummingBird)
Bookings are essential, especially over the weekends. Nine holes will cost about $19.50 per player with an electric cart costing a further $31.00. However, if you would like to practice, Point Walter has a narrow driving range, which you can hire for $6.00 per hour.
The Eagle Room - Hired Out for Community Use (Image by SocialHummingBird)