Campbelltown Golf Club is an 18-hole par 70 championship course which winds through the suburb of Glen Alpine.
The club is inclusive with the neighbourhood and members at heart. Campbelltown prides itself on being both accessible and enjoyable for everyone in our community.
Campbelltown Golf Club is a fantastic challenge for both the professional and social golfer.
Designed by renown architect Bob Harrison, the course winds over some hilly terrain and features a picturesque lake making for a challenging final hole.
Campbelltown has several challenging holes including:
- The 11th: A long par four with a hazard running up the right. A solid drive up the left before you face a second shot, normally a mid to long iron to a medium-sized green.
- The 17th: A 193m par three, a small dam in front of a tough green. Walking away from here with par is often a good result.
- The 18th: A mid-length par four with a large lake running down the left. Depending which green is used the second shot can be a beast, forcing a carry over water.
Every Sunday at Campbelltown Golf Club kids can play for free. This is a great way to introduce your children to golf and have some family fun. Two children can play with a paying adult.
Social play is available every day of the week; bookings are essential. FootGolf, a unique combo sport is now available. It combines the games of golf and soccer (football).