#46 Web TV: How Would You Play This Golf Hole?
How Would You Play This Golf Hole?
This week we are checking out a golf course to play on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales.
Yes we are going to visit Emerald Downs Golf Course at Port Macquarie and have a look at their signature hole. Now men you are going to love the 2nd hole here at Emerald Downs because it is about 150 metres from the flag and you have to hit over the water to get to the green. It's great.
Ladies don't fear however this second hole you won't be hitting over water...so you can breath a sigh of relief.
Here is some information about Emerald Downs Golf Course below ;
Emerald Downs Golf Course is a privately owned public Golf Course that is easily accessible to all golfers including social golfers and visitors. The Golf Course is an 18 hole par 70 course.
The course distance for men is 5181m and the ladies course distance is 4563m.
The course sits in harmony within its natural environment whilst meandering through the residential estate.
It is an easy walking level course with a good mix of par 3, par 4 and par 5holes. The greens are quite deceptive, they require much accuracy and distance control.
Emerald Downs Golf Course, boarders on the Lake Innes nature reserve and incorporates natural wetlands, lakes, ponds and an abundance of wildlife boasting its very own koala population.You will encounter many a kangaroo lazying about in the afternoon sun.
The Emerald Downs course caters for all your golfing requirements such as;
- Club Hire
- Buggy Hire,
- Electric Cart Hire
- Group Bookings
- Social Golf
- Corporate Days
Enjoy the tour I have for you above in the video.
How many putts do you think it took me to get the ball into the hole when I recorded the video?
Hope to see you soon!
To your golfing success,
If you enjoyed this please do me a favour, share with your friends on facebook and please leave your comments below.
P.S. If you want consistency in your golf game. Get the 3 Steps to Consistency that will give you the consistency that you need in your golf game. Click here to find out how!