Few golf courses in Europe have a horse racing track as a backdrop, but that's exactly what a golfer will find at Gowran Park Golf and Race Course. Playing more than 7,000 yards from the back tees, Gowran Park is a parkland golf course five holes that run directly through the track, while the other holes take a golfer through scenic a scenic journey through the adjacent woodlands while offering up the lakes of Annaly Estate as hazards. The signature No. 4 hole is modeled after the No. 13 "Azalea" hole at Augusta National. Trees to the right and a creek to the left demand strong nerves off the tee box, while the approach shot demands a carry over the creek to a tight green. The No. 15 hole is possibly the most scenic at Gowran, as a narrow fairway is lined with large, mature trees, making it a hole that dazzles the eye with its simplistic difficulty and views. Excellent course conditioning is par for the course at Gowran Park Golf and Race Course, which features numerous well placed bunkers, making it a course designed to challenge all levels of golfers.