Palm Meadows has attracted many top players to compete for The Palm Meadows Cup. The course was designed by Australian golfer Graham Marsh. Palm Meadows is well known for its 18th hole where many a friendly wager has been won or lost on this superb 523 metre challenge. The course also features on the first hole the famous bamboo curtain where Greg Norman lost his first shot in the 1989 Palm Meadows Cup. A 15 minute drive from the centre of Surfers Parade and boasts top class tennis facilities, bars and restaurants.

Home to the Australian PGA Championship and the Australian Ladies Masters. A 27 Hole resort golfing experience, comprising three immaculately groomed 18 hole composite courses set amongst countless lakes and bunkers on undulating terrain. The backdrop is provided by the hinterland mountains to the west and the Gold Coast skyline to the east. Neat dress code. Soft spikes only. Memberships and corporate days available. Pro shop has an extensive range of men’s, women’s and junior clothing and merchandise.

FOUNDED in 1924, Southport Golf Club has been recognised over many years as the Gold Coast’s premier private member’s club.

Its status is reflected in the hosting of numerous major tournaments, with  both state and national championships: the annual Gold Coast Open initiated in 1959 , as well as the Queensland Amateur Matchplay Championships in 2012 and the 2013 Queensland Amateur Men’s and Women’s Championship.

From the moment you pass through its imposing iron gates, Arundel Hills Country Club is never less than impressive. Manicured fairways roll away through leafy avenues of tall natives trees as you sweep past flower gardens along the wide boulevard and up to the majestic colonial-style Clubhouse. There is a certain amount of mystery and intrigue surrounding this fully private Fred Bolton-designed course. Strict dress code. Comp. Wed, Sat.

Master your swing with a stay at InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort and discover some of Australia’s best and most challenging golf courses, featuring undulating fairways, an abundance of wildlife and pot style bunkers.

Nestled within century-old Cabbage Palms, The Palms Golf Course is a return to the traditions of the game, with distinctive holes, deep greenside bunkers and boldly contoured greens requiring creative shot making.

Two relaxing but testing courses, gently undulating to flat with wide fairways, moderate bunkering and some water in play. Club competitions open to visitors with AGU or WGA handicaps. Membership available. Enquire at club.

The Palms golf course at Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club offers a uniquely challenging course layout, embedded within a tropical landscape of century old cabbage palms and paperbark trees. The highly regarded Pines course is private and exclusive to Members and InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort guests only. Equity memberships are available.

Golfers of all standards will find the 18-hole (par-71) layout both interesting and challenging, with its tree-lined meandering fairways and naturally landscaped 328 greens. Every hole is different, each possessing its own unique characteristics.
Clubhouse

After your game, you can relax in our Clubhouse, which offers ice cold beverages for your enjoyment, and a diverse range of snacks and meals via the Club Bistro.

Links style golf course, designed by TWP team. Reminiscent of traditional links combined with the luxury of the resort facilities. Colour GPS equipped golf cars. Immaculately groomed tees, Wintergreen couch fairways, bunkers, Bermuda grass greens. 128 pot bunkers, grassy mounds and plenty of water. Open 364 days. Neat dress code, short socks permitted. Soft spikes required. Bookings essential. Regular competitions. 7 day membership available, no joining fee.

Magnificent Greg Norman championship design with manicured fairways and elevated slick Bent grass greens. Classic bunkering. Nine hectares of wetlands creating a natural wildlife sanctuary within the course. Soft spikes required. Strict dress code, short socks permitted.