Gold Coast Country Club
The Gold Coast Country Club is a challenging 18 hole course broken up into two distinct sections. The front nine provide a long, challenging experience, while the back nine are shorter, with accuracy being key. However, there are water obstacles on each of these shorter holes. These contrasting design features make for a challenging game. The Gold Coast Country Club hosted the Queensland PGA Chamionship from 1995 to 2002, and caters for both members and social golfers. The clubhouse features a pro-shop, a day/night driving range, practice putting green and chipping green, as well as a bar and bistro.