Carved from the rugged sandstone escarpment overlooking Sydney’s Middle Harbour, Northbridge Golf Club provides a picturesque 18 hole challenge for members and visitors. The Course is the closest 18 hole golf course to Sydney city on the North Shore.
Only 7 kms from the Sydney CBD and overlooking beautiful Middle Harbour, this unique 18 hole golf course with amazing harbour views, lush fairways, excellent greens and abundant birdlife welcomes members, guests and public golfers and all social visitors to their restaurant, function & conference facilities. Corporate golf days are a speciality.
Men’s Course: Blue
(Par 64, Scratch 64, Slope 115, Distance 4,223)
Women’s Course: Red
(Par 64, Scratch 66, Slope 120, Distance 3,985)
Par 3 – 157 metres – Stroke Index 11/30
Par 3 – 146 metres – Stroke Index 8/33/51
Mid length downhill par 3 with out of bounds both left and right so accuracy is required. Bunker short & left to protect left OOB. Bunker right at green to protect going long. A green with many slopes and tiers so it is important to land on the same level as the pin position.
Par 3 – 180 metres – Stroke Index 4/26
Par 3 – 144 metres – Stroke Index 13/24/39
Straight shot over the dam required, bunkers to the left, out-of-bounds to the right of the dam from the 2nd Tee. Take sufficient club to ensure you cover the dam, however, over the back of the green is trouble. The green is a challenge and any putt from below the hole is preferred.
Par 3 – 165 metres – Stroke Index 9/28
Par 3 – 144 metres – Stroke Index 9/26/46
Difficult hole with water on the right and left and three bunkers to trap an errant shot. Golfers should avoid playing when there are players on the 2nd Tee. Green slopes left to right towards the water.
Par 4 – 283 metres – Stroke Index 10/29
Par 4 – 261 metres – Stroke Index 10/32/47
Dog leg left Par 4 with Out of Bounds all the way down the left-hand side including left of the green. Too far right and you end up in the trees. Large green sloping back to front, with bunkers left and right.
Par 3 – 181 metres – Stroke Index 7/34
Par 3 – 133 metres – Stroke Index 14/29/48
The Northbridge Golf Club’s Signature Hole
The signature hole of Northbridge, a small green targeted from an elevated tee. Left is a bunker and right and the rear of the green is a challenge. Avoid over clubbing, better to play short. The white disc at the rear of the green is your point of alignment. Sighting a wayward ball is difficult from the tee.
Par 3 – 194 metres – Stroke Index 2/23
Par 3 – 155 metres – Stroke Index 11/31/50
A difficult hole with out-of-bounds on the right and bush to the left. Keep short and towards the left if not planning to reach the green from the tee. Green slopes back to front.
Par 4 – 248 metres – Stroke Index 16/32
Par 4 – 248 metres – Stroke Index 14/29/48
Short hole which may entice the longer hitter to drive the green. Use of the right to left sloping fairway may result in an easier second shot into the green. Overshooting the green will ensure either loss of ball or a challenge.
Par 4 – 243 metres – Stroke Index 15/31
Par 4 – 243 metres – Stroke Index 12/28/45
With two bunkers protecting the front of the green only the most accurate will find success from the tee. Play short from the tee and leave a straightforward second to the green. Avoid playing too long as anything behind the green will provide a challenge.
Par 4 – 272 metres – Stroke Index 12/27
Par 4 – 272 metres – Stroke Index 7/27/44
A good tee shot to the plateau should leave a 100m second to the green. Any wayward shot to the right may be out-of-bounds and to the left may find the trees bordering the fairway or worse
Par 4 – 345 metres – Stroke Index 5/19
Par 4 – 345 metres – Stroke Index 1/19/38
A scenic dog-leg right, which may entice the long hitter to cut the corner, this line will risk going out-of-bounds. Play to the centre of the fairway will open the green. Left to right sloping green, below the hole for any putt is preferred. Bunker below the green on the right.
Par 3 – 230 metres – Stroke Index 1/22
Par 3 – 212 metres – Stroke Index 3/25/42
Most challenging hole, dam to the left, out-of-bounds on the right of the fairway, and hazard on the right near the green. From an elevated tee a straight shot will be rewarded, the green slopes back to front.
Par 4 – 314 metres – Stroke Index 6/21
Par 4 – 300 metres – Stroke Index 4/21/41
The gully hole, denoted by the area between the front of the tee and the fairway treated as a hazard. To the right hand side of the fairway and green is out-of-bounds, a bunker located to the right of the green and hazard to the left and rear. The fairway slopes left to right.
Par 5 – 413 metres – Stroke Index 13/24
Par 5 – 400 metres – Stroke Index 5/20/37
The dam crosses the fairway at around 200m, beyond this it is uphill to the green. Trees to the right of the fairway and a hazard behind the green. Sloping green back to front.
Par 4 – 316 metres – Stroke Index 8/25
Par 4 – 316 metres – Stroke Index 2/22/40
Left to right sloping fairway, trees to the right, and steep bank to the left, up to an elevated green, a steep slope down to the right of the green, and bush at the back. A testing green sloping back to front.
Par 3 – 128 metres – Stroke Index 17/36
Par 3 – 128 metres – Stroke Index 18/36/54
A deceiving hole, with a small bunker to the left of the green, a bank at the rear of the green and rocks to the right.
Par 3 – 142 metres – Stroke Index 14/33
Par 3 – 107 metres – Stroke Index 16/34/53
An elevated tee and a challenging hole, twin bunkers on the right of the green with bush to carry before reaching the green.
Par 3 – 109 metres – Stroke Index 18/35
Par 3 – 109 metres – Stroke Index 17/35/52
The tree strategically located at the front of the green makes the difficulty of this hole, overshooting the green will make for a tricky recovery. The green slopes back to front.
Par 4 – 324 metres – Stroke Index 3/0
Par 4 – 311 metres – Stroke Index 6/23/43
The finishing hole that invites a long tee shot. Out-of-bounds on the right up to the 120m marker, beyond to the right is a hazard, and trees on the left. Play to the right of the fairway, up to the elevated green sloping from back to front. Over the green bush and rock will make a difficult shot.