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Palm Meadows Golf Club

Palm Meadows Golf Course at Carrara on the Gold Coast is centrally located within 10 minutes drive of Surfers Paradise and five minutes from Broadbeach.
Palm Meadows’ signature hole is the world famous 18th; it measures 523 metres from the championship tees. Players accept the challenge and decide how much of the right dogleg they want to cut off. American Golf Digest rated Palm Meadows 18th in the world’s top 500 golf holes.

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About Palm Meadows Golf Club Gold Coast

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My Favourite! Palm Meadows has to be the best layout on the Coast. The 18th hole is one of the great finishing holes in Australia. I remember standing on the tee in 1990 for the play-off for the Palm Meadows Cup. Roger Davis drove it over the water and Curtis Strange (playing it safe) said to his caddy 2 iron please. I ran around to the back of the green to see Curtis miss his birdie putt and Roger make the eagle. They walked off the green and Roger said Wow, do you want a beer Curtis! Since then I think I’m Roger every time I get to the tee. By the time I walk off the green I can’t wait for that beer.

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Who Designed Palm Meadows

Palm Meadows, the original Gold Coast Golf Resort, was designed by leading Australian golfer and course architect Graham Marsh. The challenging 350 hectare course is a Par 72 and measures 6319 metres off the championship tees. Water comes into play on 14 holes and there are 82 sand bunkers.

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History of Palm Meadows

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. We can take you to key Australian golf course centres including the Golf Coast, Sydney and Melbourne or Chinese historical locations including Beijing, Shanghai and Hainan in the peak.