The Moss Vale Golf Club was founded in 1902, but only moved to it's current location in Arthur St in 1936
The new course was designed by Carnegie Clark (who also designed The Australian, Royal Sydney & Brisbane)
Moss Vale Golf Course is regarded as one of the most scenic and challenging courses in regional NSW.
Avenues of mature pines, elms, gums and claret ash frame the fairways
The par 71 course measures 5805 metres from the men’s tees
With tight fairways flanked by trees, creek crossings and true but tricky greens, Moss Vale is a test for any golfer
The creek is very much in play- play all 18 holes and you will cross the creek twelve times!
The front nine is quite undulating, and whilst the back nine is less so, some will choose to take a cart..
Notable holes include:
- hole 1, a tight short par 4 risk/reward hole with water to carry off the tee and an elevated green
- hole 4, a lovely par 5 with tee on the highest point of the course and creek running across in front of the green- lay up or go for the green?
- hole 5, a strong par 4 uphill over the creek and through the trees
- hole 6, a downhill par 3 over a pond- it's a pretty hole!
- hole 7, a bending par 5 over the creek- it's a hole that rewards accuracy!
- hole 18, a downhill dogleg par 4 which confronts you with one more shot over the creek to find that final green
Moss Vale is a nicely maintained course, and although the greenery is impressive, it's no walk in the park!
It will test anyone's game
Any golf trip to The Southern Highlands should include a game at Moss Vale
The Travelling Golfer can tailor a golf trip to suit your group.
For suggested destinations see Golf Destinations: The NSW Southern Highlands
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