The picturesque Mullet Creek winds its way through the course. The gently undulating and more heavily tree-lined back nine presents The Grange’s most memorable holes. The land rolls and dips and the 532 metre par-5 13th is a brute – not just for its length but also its demand for accuracy to avoid the rows of tall trees lining the fairway.
While The Grange’s longest hole requires straight hitting, so does its shortest. The 146 metre par 3 18th is the club’s signature hole – and for good reason. Standing on the tee there is only one thing between you the front edge the green – the cool, flowing waters of Mullet Creek. There is a short fairway to the left of the water and in front of putting surface, which is heavily bunkered. This hole is easily affected by wind and anything from a 3-iron to a wedge could be used to find the small undulating green.