Palm Meadows Golf Course
Description Designed by leading Australian golfer Graham Marsh, Palm Meadows was one of the first championship courses on the Gold Coast. Palm Meadows emerged from 350 hectares of marshland, just a few kilometres west of Surfers Paradise. A par 72 measuring 6319 metres off the championship tees with water coming into play on 14 of the holes, along with 82 sand bunkers. There are eleven kilometres of cart paths bordering all fairways making Palm Meadows an all weather golf course. The first hole is regarded by many as one of the worlds most challenging opening holes. With water running the entire length of the hole on the left and the world famous 'Bamboo Curtain' on the right, golfers must have their 'A Game' from the first shot of the day. The signature hole at Palm Meadows is the world famous 18th hole. Measuring 523 metres from the championship tees, the player has the opportunity to chance their arm as to how much of the dogleg right they want to cut off. Curtis Strange, well aware of his capabilities during the playoff with Roger Davis for the 1990 Palm Meadows Cup, took the long way home. Davis however did not, and it goes to say Davis eagled the hole and took home first place, how much do you dare? In 2000 the 18th hole was rated by the American Golf Magazine as one of the top 500 golf holes in the world. Palm Meadows are able to offer very competitive group rates incorporating food and beverage packages of all shapes and design. With Palm Meadows extensive hospitality facilities any request from sandwiches up to 4 course sit down meals are available to the golfer. Palm Meadows is also famous for Neilsens restaurant on the top floor of our magnificent club house. Its wide sweeping views make it a favourite for corporate and conference groups and in particular our award winning weddings. The Pro Shop at Palm Meadows is extensively equipped with a wide range of merchandise to suit both the discerning buyer or those seeking the simplest of souvenirs. Many unique items are available. Palm Meadows logo'd shirts ranging from local product to imported lines, with a large range of men's and ladies shoes complimenting the many fashions available. Pro Shop staff pride themselves on helpful service and extensive product knowledge to ensure your shopping experience is an enjoyable one. Palm Meadows is a completely public course and as such there are no tee times reserved for members. Golfers are able to enjoy the facilities at anytime, however bookings are advisable to avoid disappointment. When planning your next golfing expedition to the Gold Coast remember to experience Palm Meadows for yourself. We know you won't be disappointed. Palm Meadows has hosted many greats - Greg Norman, Curtis Strange, Nick Faldo and the late Payne Stewart. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 28° 1' 39.72" -28° 1.662' Longitude
E 153° 22' 37.2" 153° 22.62' QR Codes
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Address Palm Meadows Drive Carrara Queensland 4211 Australia Phone No. 07 5594 2800 If calling from outside Australia: +61 7 5594 2800 Fax No. 07 5594 2199 If calling from outside Australia: +61 7 5594 2199 More Information Local Weather Map
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Gawler Golf Club ( Website)
The Gawler Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72, 6095 metre course located at Sandy Creek, at the entrance to the Barossa Valley, just 50 minutes from the Adelaide Central Business District. It provides the complete golfing experience with superbly manicured greens and a picturesque layout featuring several well positioned lakes. The sand belt course provides great year round enjoyment.
The course and facilities are maintained to the highest standards and we are renowned for our friendly country hospitality. Come and enjoy a great round of golf, perhaps as part of a visit to the internationally acclaimed Barossa region.
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