Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club

Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club

Course Overview

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6532
Architect: Craig Parry
Design Year: 2002
Top 100: Not ranked
Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club is a private golf course. Guests must be accompanied by a member. Limited opportunities exist for interstate and overseas golfers to play Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club through GOLFSelect. Contact GOLFSelect for more information.

Located in a secluded valley just 45 minutes North of the CBD, the spectacular Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club boasts a level of facilities never seen before in Melbourne's north.

The championship golf course sets the scene as it meanders cleverly across the Valley floor, bordered by menacing lakes in many places and tranquil bush in others.

Hidden Valley offers the challenge of a championship Golf Course including the most challenging 18th "Island" green par 3, with impeccably groomed Santa Anna fairways and Bent grass greens to provide the perfect place to improve your golf.

To complement the golf course, a magnificent Country Club has been built including modern practice and coaching facilities.

Address and Contact Details

Hidden Valley Golf & Country Club
189 Hidden Valley Boulevard
Wallan, Victoria, 3756
Australia
Tel: 03-5783-0200
Pro: 03-5783-0210
Fax: 03-5783-1140
Email:
Web:

Location Map

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Course Playing Tips

Hole 1, Par 4 (338 m)
From the first tee, the golfer is faced with a drive up towards the crest of the hill and together with the wide fairway will provide a gentle introduction to the course. The approach to the green is easiest from the right side of the fairway but watch ou

Hole 2, Par 5 (505 m)
The golfers will have a chance to unleash their "power drives" on this par 5 hole. The first shot from the tee is slightly uphill, and the golfer who can carry this saddle and the fairway bunkers will have set themselves up for a clear advantage. From the

Hole 3, Par 4 (378 m)
This par 4 runs along the creek so be particularly wary of errant slices to the right. A complex of waste bunkering on the right will also catch the sliced shot into the green. The slight depression running in front of the green can easily cause golfers t

Hole 4, Par 3 (146 m)
A delightful par 3 crossing the creek between 2 elegant but aged gum trees. The main challenge for most golfers is to overcome the psychological impact of the visual scene of the trees, the creek and flower beds. In fact the hole is quite gentle despite t

Hole 5, Par 4 (387 m)
A slightly downhill but good length par 4. The ideal side to play is down the left, but take care to avoid the large trees and lake to the side. The right side of the fairway has extensive waste bunkering and golfers are well advised to stay clear. On the

Hole 6, Par 4 (406 m)
Many golfers may find this the most difficult of the front nine. From the tee, the scenbe is attractive and complemented by the trees lining the fairway to the green. It's a long par 4 with the added pressure of needing to carry the creek from the tee. Th

Hole 7, Par 4 (297 m)
This is a relatively short par 4 but again has plenty to challenge the golfer with. The green down not have an easy approach and many golfers may simply be happy with reaching the landing zone rather than aiming for the preferred left side of fairway. Wat

Hole 8, Par 5 (483 m)
This hole could also be a little deceptive for some when judging distances. The first drive from the tee needs good accuracy rather than brute distance in order to be in a favourable position to carry the creek for the second shot and approach the green f

Hole 9, Par 3 (118 m)
A particularly scenic hole on the lake and not as hard or as long as you think. But when you're standing on the tee ... DO NOT THINK OF THE WATER!

Hole 10, Par 5 (495 m)
The tees are positioned alongside a tall stand of cypress trees. A pleasant way to get you in the mood again after the halfway break. The first part of the fairway is lined both sides with elongated bunkers as well as trees to the right. The first drive i

Hole 11, Par 4 (316 m)
Not a particularly long par 4, but you need to be confident on the tee as the fairway is not very visible. The best line for most is along the left side but too far and you'll end up behind the trees along the left side. The lake to the right of the fairw

Hole 12, Par 4 (341 m)
This par 4 doglegs to the left around the slope of the hill. The better golfers will try to draw the ball against this slope to create a more open approach to the green but beware of the fairway bunker on the left. Some may even try to carry this bunker a

Hole 13, Par 4 (352 m)
A classic hole in every sense. Picturesque and plenty of strategy for the thinking golfer. This hole is strongly influenced by trees at the tee and water along the right side of the fairway. From the tee, the golfer needs to decide how far the shot should

Hole 14, Par 4 (365 m)
The tee sits proudly on the bank of the lake and allows the golfer a clear view of the fairway to the green. It's only after you reach the first landing zone does the hole tighten up and you realise a straight shot to the green is critical to make par - b

Hole 15, Par 5 (459 m)
An interesting challenge for the better golfers. From the tee, a drive of 220 metres plus over the water will save signficant distance and get you safely onto the fairway at around 180m from the green. But if you fail ...! The conservative golfers can pla

Hole 16, Par 3 (180 m)
A longish par 3, with deep bunkering at the green. The tree just on the right of the fairway shouldn't come into play but is just enough to be distracting.

Hole 17, Par 4 (393 m)
The fairway runs uphill for the first drive with some bunkering on the right. From this elevated landing zone, the golfer gets a good view of the surrounding scene but still needs to concentrate on the club selection and maintaining rhythm, because for mo

Hole 18, Par 3 (130 m)
The only true island green in Melbourne. The same advice for hole 9 applies here - only more so! The green is generous and there is plenty of room at the back so just relax and play your shot with confidence.

Course Dress Regulations

General Guidelines Course

  • All shirts must have collars and are to be tucked in
  • Tailored slacks/shorts or trousers are to be worn
  • Metal spikes are prohibited
  • Short predominantly white socks are allowed

The following are NOT ACCEPTABLE attire

  • Denim jeans, tracksuits
  • For men multi pocketed cargo shorts or pants, cord or elastic waisted pants slacks or shorts
  • Beach attire, tank tops, t -shirts and singlets
  • Thongs style footwear
  • Clothes that are not maintained in good condition
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