Designed by leading Australian golfer Graham Marsh, Palm Meadows was the first championship course on the Gold Coast. Palm Meadows rests on over 350 hectares, just a few kilometres west of the heart of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. A par 72 measuring 6319 metres off the championship tees with water coming into play on 14 of the 18 holes, along with 82 challenging sand bunkers.
Carved out of 65 hectares of native woodlands, with fairways lined by towering gum trees, this unique layout is unlike any resort course on the Gold Coast. Possessing maturity well beyond its years, Robina Woods has rapidly developed a reputation as one of Queensland?s best-loved resort courses. Consistently ranked in the top 25 resort courses in the country, Robina Woods is a 6078 meter, 18 hole, Par 71 championship golf course, designed by the Marsh / Watson team.
A farmland once home to cows, weeds and bush has been transformed into a beautifully groomed course with lush fairways and meticulously manicured greens. The 6,424 meter, par 72, championship resort layout, meanders its way through 39 hectares of towering eucalyptus, picturesque lakes and serene waterways. Flowering native and exotic trees and plants abound, while ornate bridges cross watercourses in which luxuriant lilies jostle for space.
The Waves Resort Broadbeach