Oppenheimer Park had to rebuild holes after polluted water from the adjoining pan smothered holes closest to it. This first happened some years ago, and parts of those old holes have disappeared among tall reeds. The new holes are growing in after opening in 2022. One of those lost was the par-5 second, replaced by a short par 4, and a par 3 using the old second green. The par-4 first has been lengthened into a good par 5. Two new holes, 2 and 4, are not of the same quality as the rest, however, and the par-5 fourth is an ill-fitting sharp dogleg around a hazard with a weirdly shaped green not in keeping with the others. The second is a short par 4 with an island green. The water hazard needs a clean-up to eradicate reeds and duckweed. One really good new hole though is the dogleg left par-4 17th built in empty veld. The old holes, mostly tree-lined, are attractive and provide character to an enjoyable Bob Grimsdell design.