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“Drunk on the back 9...”

Glenmore Heritage Valley
Ranked #2 of 3 things to do in Mulgoa
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Owner description: The Glenmore Heritage Valley is a premier golf Club nestled below the Blue Mountains in the magnificent and historic Mulgoa Valley. The Club features the Sandstone Terrace Cafe in a beautiful building established in 1824 and is open for lunch daily, providing meals that can be enjoyed outside in the courtyard area or on the terrace overlooking the 27 hole golf course.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Food available for purchase, Activities for older children, Wheelchair access, Lockers / storage, Baby buggy parking
Reviewed 11 December 2016

Love this course. Lost dozens of balls in the water. Do well on the front 9, but after a liquid lunch at the clubhouse the back 9 is usually high numbers. Check the local papers such as the Penrith Press. They often have Two-for-one coupons for weekdays.

Thank TonsKitchen
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Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

Had a very enjoyable buffet breakfast on a lazy Sunday morning. Great food and beautiful surroundings. Highly recommended it.

Thank margerytoadstool
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Reviewed 19 February 2016

I was most disappointed with the closing time. It's summer and you should be able to play til dark. To tell your customers to be leaving at 6.15pm as we close the gates 6.30pm is ridiculous. I know of a friend who hasn't re-joined for this reason. I turned up at 4.05pm and was told $20 to play. I took my money to Penrith Golf club and had $8 change and played til dark. Glenmore is a great course but you really have no idea how to run it. I'm talking to you the owner who fishes for eels in the lake on the first.
Let people play til dark and you'll get more members buddy.

3  Thank Josh L
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Reviewed 3 August 2015

Played Glenmore in April this year and almost the perfect time of year to play the course as it is not too hot nor too cold. The staff at the course were very receptive and helpful with assisting with carts and the usual things you need before a round. We had a pleasant time there and the course is challenging with different levels of players in our group most found the course a real challenge. There are good differences in the

Thank Anton L
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Reviewed 17 March 2015

The golf course is must to play, nestled at the foot of the Mountains this challenging course makes you want to play it again and again. It is kept in beautiful condition and you can choose many competions to play in. The members are very friendly as are all of the staff. So if your a golfer come and have a go!

Thank Barbara S
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