Antill Park Country Golf Club is located just north of the historical town of Picton, about 80 kilometres south-west of Sydney.
A beautiful 18-hole par 70 course on the southern slopes of Razorback Mountain, the course will challenge golfers of all levels.
Boasting some of the best greens in the district, the course has a genuine country feel about it. Well-maintained fairways, and although not large in number, excellent bunkers.
With a huge varieties of holes highlights at Antill Park include:
- The 3rd: A dogleg left with a large dam curving around the fairway and a pair of well kept bunkers guarding the green.
- The 4th: Water sits about 240m from the tee and stretches to within a metre of the island-like green. Four bunkers guard the green to the rear and on the left.
- The 7th: Dead straight, with water short of the green. A challenging two shooter for the big hitters. For everyone else, it is a three-shot par-five.
Post-round there are many better places to recover at the Antill Park’s heritage-style Clubhouse. Built in 1863 by John Macquarie Antill, it features a large verandah overlooking the course. Just the place to unwind.
Besides the views Antill Park Country Golf Club has one of the most relaxed atmospheres of any course in NSW and visitors are always welcome.