A challenging Par 28, 620 metre course set in lush park land. Toilet facilities on site as well as free BBQ facilities and a playground.
- Address Bicentennial Park, Charleville QLD 4470
How good is it to have a DG course in town? The course has concrete tees, light duty permanent baskets and plenty of signage. There is water, toilets and seating around the course. While not overly long, there are some challenging lines, and good use has been made of available objectsCons
The basket chains are pretty light and it's easy to putt through. There's quite a lot of crossing fairways, which isn't a problem if not many players. Also make sure you throw safely near other park users where seats and gazebos are close. The course map is a little difficult to navigate, and an improved map is on the way. Check in with the police station re discs, the website info is being updated. Numbers on some targets have been destroyed, as have some tee signs