The Course

Golf Course

Our 18-hole golf course will take you through an enjoyable game of golf on a well maintained course that challenges golfers of all levels.

Whether you’re a Keilor rookie or a seasoned golfer, check out our hole-by-hole guide for the best way to play each hole.

 

Course Features

Par: 70
Men’s Distance: 5,387m
Women’s Distance: 4,761m

Hole
Distance
Par
1
Men’s Distance: 290m, Women’s Distance: 258m
4

Hole 1

1

Overview

A nice easy start to the round with a generous fairway and trees lining the left requiring a straight drive leaving a short iron into the green. Great hole to get the round off to a great start, and the chance to pick up birdie and get going early.
2
Men’s Distance: 145m, Women’s Distance: 125m
3

Hole 2

2

Overview

A tough short par 3 with an elevated, undulating green. An accurate short iron shot off the tee leaving the ball below the hole is the key to achieving this par.
3
Men’s Distance: 451m, Women’s Distance: 416m
5

Hole 3

3

Overview

Par 5 with a wide fairway and bunkers placed to the right ready for a short slice tee shot correctly. There is a tough shallow green to attack requiring a well-placed iron shot, anything missing the right will be in trouble with the greenside bunker.
4
Men’s Distance: 327m, Women’s Distance: 285m
4

Hole 4

4

Overview

A straight par 4 with trees lining up the right and a fairway trap on the left. Approaching this elevated green with a short to mid iron will need to be placed right of the centre to avoid the greenside bunker on the left.
5
Men’ Distance: 311m, Women’s Distance: 285m
4

Hole 5

5

Overview

A straight par 4 with fairway bunkers lining the left side of fairway. Try to avoid the bunker on the right of the fairway to leave a short iron into the green; best to be below the hole leaving uphill putts. Tricky green with many undulations sloping back to front.
6
Men’s Distance: 124m, Women’s Distance: 108m
3

Hole 6

6

Overview

A nice scenic little par 3 that requires a good short iron shot over the water to the elevated green. This green is well protected by two strategically placed greenside bunkers. It has a relatively flat putting surface to make putting nice and easy for a good score.
7
Men’s Distance: 366m, Women’s Distance: 312m
4

Hole 7

7

Overview

This is the toughest hole on the course that doglegs to the right. There are fairway traps on the left and right requiring a straight tee shot up the middle. Elevated shallow green making any approach shot tough to land this green in regulation. Walking off with par on this hole is very well played.
8
Men’s Distance: 358m, Women’s Distance: 321m
4

Hole 8

8

Overview

This is a deceiving straight par 4 requiring a good straight tee shot to avoid any trouble either side of the fairway. A good long iron approach is required to this tough sloping green. Leaving short of the green is a safe option to leave you a chance of up and down to make par.
9
Men’s Distance: 344m, Women’s Distance: 303m
4

Hole 9

9

Overview

This is a slight dogleg right par 4 lined with trees on the right side from tee to green. There is a wide fairway attacking an elevated flat green that can be hit with a mid-iron. Anything hit to the right will be in big trouble, forcing a short chip back to the middle of the fairway.
10
Men’s Distance: 473m, Women’s Distance: 416m
5

Hole 10

10

Overview

A challenging long par 5 to start the back nine with an out of bounds to the left and trees to the right. A bunker now is a feature of the 10th fairway requiring a 210m drive to carry it. There is a flat unprotected green that allows for attacking shots in. A safe option is three wood off the tee to lay-up short of hazard, three wood second shot to leave a short iron shot into the green.
11
Men’s Distance: 164m, Women’s Distance: 144m
3

Hole 11

11

Overview

This the toughest par 3 on the course that requires a good long iron shot to hit this hard undulating shallow green that slopes from front to back. Hitting the green in regulation on this hole is a great tee shot. The undulating green will make putting tough.
12
Men’s Distance: 357m, Women’s Distance: 302m
4

Hole 12

12

Overview

Straight par 4 with an out of bounds lining the left. It is a very undulating green that requires good placement with the iron shot in, best to hit this green on the right portion to avoid the big dip in the green. Left pin placements are well protected by the undulations on the green. Any approach shots that miss right do flirt with the greenside bunker.
13
Men’s Distance: 162m, Women’s Distance: 124m
3

Hole 13

13

Overview

Straight par 3 that requires a good mid to long iron shot. Out of bounds and heavy trees line the left of this hole. A flat large green that has little undulations, missing the green right is safe and can leave good chance for up and down to save par.
14
Men’s Distance: 150m, Women’s Distance: 122m
3

Hole 14

14

Overview

A good par 3 requiring a good mid-iron shot onto a slight elevated green. Shots missed right can find the water hazard, missing left of this green will set up a chance to save par with an up and down.
15
Men’s Distance: 415m, Women’s Distance: 374m
5

Hole 15

15

Overview

This is a short par 5 that is reachable in two to set up a great chance for birdie. Driver off the tee, and a good 3 wood shot is the key to scoring low on this hole. Fairway traps line the left to take in any tee shots missing left of fairway. Greenside bunker on the right to take in any missed approach shots that finish right.
16
Men’s Distance: 331m, Women’s Distance: 291m
4

Hole 16

16

Overview

A tough par 4 with a sloping back to front green. Trees lining the right and bunkering along the left of the fairway makes this a challenging tee shot. Approach shots are best left on the front edge and any shots that go over the back make par very hard to get.
17
Men’s Distance: 298m, Women’s Distance: 281m
4

Hole 17

17

Overview

This is a straight par 4 with fairway bunkers to the left and right making a straight drive critical to making the best out of this hole. A short iron approach shot into this green is better on the right side with a greenside bunker and some water on the left of the green. Front portion of the green will leave a slight uphill putt to the hole.
18
Men’s Distance: 321m, Women’s Distance: 284m
4

Hole 18

18

Overview

The finishing hole is a dogleg left par 4 with an elevated tee that gives an amazing look to this hole. The two tier elevated green can cause trouble to putting. A big drop from the left side of green going right makes the mid to long iron approach shot critical. Right pin positions require a very accurate shot to the small right side off the green.