- Located on Bribie Island, the Pacific Harbour Golf Club is an ‘island links-style’ course that focuses on interaction with the surrounding natural elements.
- The course was designed by Ross Watson, one of the Asia-Pacific’s most well-known and highly respected golf-course architects.
- The design incorporates a number of island greens and extensive natural flora to create a course that is not only visually stunning but extremely playable by golfers of all levels.
- Based on traditional Scottish links courses, Pacific Harbour uses the mix and arrangement of hazards, the distinct contouring of greens and the strategic layout of bunkers to make each hole visually distinctive.
- The design features two nine-hole loops, a number of island greens, both formal and beach bunkers and 25 reflective lakes.
- A 250 meter aquatic driving range and two 600m2 putting greens are available for golfers to warm up and prepare for the 18 holes.
- Length – 6,339 metres
- Par – 72
- Slope rating – Black 138, Gold 131, Jade 132
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