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Hole 15: Corn Beef

Par: 3

Distance: 148 metres

The degree of difficulty with this hole varies with wind direction.

The tee area is elevated which makes the hole look shorter than you think.

It has a native garden in front of the green, bunkers on the right and should you fly the green, trouble awaits you.

The green requires your attention.

overview map of Hole 15

Corn Beef Colliery 1891 - 1902

Corn Beef Colliery was a small mine opened in 1891, south of Bulli Pass and the Bulli Colliery B entry.

The lower part of the Bulli Seam at this mine was naturally coked, and the upper half was good coal. Both products were mined with the coked product finding a market for the Sydney Trams because of its smokeless qualities when burnt.

The mine had a history of openings, closings, and changes of owners before it finally closed in 1902.


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