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The Coomealla Golf Club is a magnificent 18 hole golf course, nestled on the banks of the Murray River. Come and join us and tee off for a challenging and enjoyable round of golf on the quality championship course.
Tailored Golf Days
Why not hold your next Corporate Golf Day at Coomealla Golf Club and give your colleagues and sponsors something to talk about. We can tailor make packages for your day to ensure that you get the best value for money.
The Club House
Cool down with a refreshment or enjoy a light snack after your game at the Club House Bar. An ideal spot to hold staff training, seminars or end of season break up functions.
Barbecue Area
We provide a covered BBQ area for golfers or picnickers alike. Enjoy the lovely surrounds and share a relaxing lunch or dinner with friends, family or workmates. This area is a popular for social club outings.
Golf Shop
Our Golf Shop offers a wide range of golf equipment for the beginner and advanced player alike and has equipment available for both sale and hire, including an extensive fleet of buggies.

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*The above prices are effective from 1st October, 2016 and are subject to change at any time.
 
The Coomealla Golf Club has reciprocal arrangements with the following clubs
  • – Barham Country Club
  • – Barmera Golf Club
  • – Berri Golf Club
  • – Broken Hill Golf Club
  • – Cobram-Barooga Golf Club
  • – Curlewis Golf Club
  • – Flagstaff Hill Golf & Country Club
  • – Gawler Golf Club
  • – Horsham Golf Club
  • – Howlong Country Country Golf Club
  • – Loxton Golf Club
  • – McCracken Country Club
  • – Mannum Golf Club
  • – Medway Golf Club
  • – Mount Barker Golf Club
  • – Murray Downs Golf & Country Club
  • – Patterson River Golf Club
  • – Renmark Golf Club
  • – Tocumwal Golf Club
  • – The Vines Golf Club – Reynella/li>
  • – Victor Harbour Golf Club
  • – West Lakes Golf Club
  • – Wirrina Cove Golf Club

Golf Events


“Those who play in our major competitions are always complimentary of the course and it is always pleasing to hear people comment on how well run and organized our competitions are.”

Steve Morrell – President

Coming Events
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Entries are now open for the 2016 Victorian Men’s & Women’s Senior Amateur Championships to be played at Coomealla & Riverside(Mildura) Golf Clubs from Monday 17- Wednesday 19 October.
SAVE $15.00 WHEN YOU ENTER ONLINE!
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Coomealla Golf Club Program 2016-2017

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Golf Course

Coomealla Club

First Hole

This is a friendly straightaway opening hole with the Murray River on the left. The fairway is tree lined and the green is guarded by a front left sand bunker. A large river gum dominates the right hand side of the fairway.

  • Mens
  • 351m
  • Par4
  • Index 9
  • Womens
  • 301m
  • Par4
  • Index 8
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Second Hole

The longest hole on the course, this Par 5 doglegs left at right angles. Longer hitters can carry the corner and reach the green in two. However failure to clear the corner will leave the ball amongst the box trees. The green is guarded by a gully in front and two greenside bunkers.

  • Mens
  • 520m
  • Par 5
  • Index 7
  • Womens
  • 403m
  • Par 5
  • Index 4
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Third Hole

This is a challenging Par 3, over 200 metres to a severely sloped green. The green is protected by two greenside bunkers. Par here is a great score. A precise pitch shot is required if you miss the green. This is particularly true for tee shots which go through the green.

  • Mens
  • 210m
  • Par 3
  • Index 3
  • Womens
  • 161m
  • Par 3
  • Index 16
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Fourth Hole

A short but testing Par 4 that doglegs right. Miss the fairway right and you are dead. Miss the fairway left and you are left with a shot from a difficult lie in the trees. The green is narrow and slopes right to left. The right hand bunker should be avoided. Par is difficult to make if you miss the green to the left.

  • Mens
  • 328m
  • Par 4
  • Index 11
  • Womens
  • 272m
  • Par 4
  • Index 11
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Fifth Hole

This lengthy hole is a sweeping dogleg to the left. The narrow fairway is lined by tall river gums. Placing the tee shot on the fairway is essential. The green is relatively flat and large. It is protected by bunkers front right and left.

  • Mens
  • 392m
  • Par 4
  • Index 5
  • Womens
  • 382m
  • Par 5
  • Index 15
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Sixth Hole

A short straight Par 4 with a narrow tree lined fairway. A tee shot on the fairway will leave a short iron to a small green. The green slopes from right to left. It is guarded by bunkers front and right.

  • Mens
  • 318m
  • Par 4
  • Index 15
  • Womens
  • 270m
  • Par 4
  • Index 13
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Seventh Hole

This is rated the easiest hole on the course but don't be fooled by this short Par 3. The bunkers are left, right and back. The green slopes front back left to front right. This hole will provide plenty of problems if your tee shot fails to find the green.

  • Mens
  • 145m
  • Par 3
  • Index 18
  • Womens
  • 122m
  • Par 3
  • Index 13
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Eighth Hole

This Par 5 winds along the Murray River and is the most picturesque hole on the course. It is reachable in two for the longer hitters. The slightly elevated green is difficult to hit sitting at an angle to the fairway. The green is protected by bunkers right, left and back.

  • Mens
  • 486m
  • Par 5
  • Index 13
  • Womens
  • 400m
  • Par 5
  • Index 1
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Ninth Hole

The longest Par 4 hole on the course presents a challenge to all golfers. It doglegs slightly to the right. The green slopes severely from back to front. Drives must be placed on the fairway. Approach shots that miss the green leave difficult recovery shots.

  • Mens
  • 417m
  • Par 4
  • Index 2
  • Womens
  • 302m
  • Par 4
  • Index 6
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Tenth Hole

The 10th hole provides a straight forward start to the back nine. Two fairway bunkers require precise placement off the tee. The fairway doglegs to the left. A deep bunker in front of a sloped green will gain your attention. There are also greenside bunkers to the right and behind the green.

  • Mens
  • 333m
  • Par 4
  • Index 17
  • Womens
  • 290m
  • Par 4
  • Index 9
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Eleventh Hole

The green of this Par 3 slopes from back to front. Bunkers front, left and right make it a difficult target to hit. The slope of the green can make putts from behind the pin treacherous.

  • Mens
  • 181m
  • Par 3
  • Index 6
  • Womens
  • 142m
  • Par 3
  • Index 17
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Twelfth Hole

A dogleg left, this tree lined Par 5 features a two-tiered green. The corner of the dogleg can be carried by longer hitters. Longer hitters can reach the green in two. A gully in front of the green and two left side bunkers will trap unwary players.

  • Mens
  • 487m
  • Par 5
  • Index 10
  • Womens
  • 402m
  • Par 5
  • Index 5
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Thirteenth Hole

Negotiate the fairway bunkers with the tee shot. Then decide if you can carry the next fairway trap short of the green. Once on the green, you may be faced with a quick, hard breaking downhill putt. Over the green is not the place to be.

  • Mens
  • 479m
  • Par 5
  • Index 16
  • Womens
  • 400m
  • Par 5
  • Index 7
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Fourteenth Hole

After hitting your tee shot onto a fairly wide fairway, you need a medium to long iron (or wood). This will assist you to reach a green that slopes very quickly from back to front. Behind the pin or through the green will really test your skill. This hole is usually played into the wind. This hole is rated the hardest on the course.

  • Mens
  • 407m
  • Par 4
  • Index 1
  • Womens
  • 313m
  • Par 4
  • Index 3
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Fifteenth Hole

A straightaway Par 4 with an undulating fairway seems innocuous. Avoid the trees left and right with the tee shot. Use a short iron to another green that tilts dramatically from back to front. Sand traps protect the green right and left. Distance control is crucial as shots through the green are nothing but trouble.

  • Mens
  • 348m
  • Par 4
  • Index 12
  • Womens
  • 295m
  • Par 4
  • Index 12
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Sixteenth Hole

For shorter hitters, this hole doglegs to the right. Longer hitters can fly the corner and set up a very short second shot. Distance can be hard to judge on this hole. The front bunker catches many second shots.

  • Mens
  • 320m
  • Par 4
  • Index 8
  • Womens
  • 308m
  • Par 4
  • Index 2
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Seventeenth Hole

The shape of the hole will tempt many to hit down the right hand side. This is unwise. Tall trees guard the green along this line. A good drive down the centre left will leave a short to medium iron. This leads to a green sloped from back to front. The bunkers front, back and left of the green often complicate the second shot.

  • Mens
  • 381m
  • Par 4
  • Index 4
  • Womens
  • 285m
  • Par 4
  • Index 10
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Eighteenth Hole

This is a great finishing hole. A tee shot is threatened by sand on all sides. A challenging chip or putt may be required at the end. Variations in the wind can make a difference of as many as 4 clubs.

  • Mens
  • 151m
  • Par 3
  • Index 14
  • Womens
  • 140m
  • Par 3
  • Index 14
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