Opened in 1987, Palm Meadows Golf Course quickly became a Tour stop for the Australasian Tour, attracting many big-name professionals. A serious decline in fortunes resulted in a 2010 course closure but it’s now returning to proper prosperity.
Graham Marsh has participated in more than twenty Australian golf course projects and the 18-hole resort layout at Robina Woods Golf Club, now known as Palmer Gold Coast, was one of his first commissions as an architect...
Set out between the World Heritage rainforest and The Great Barrier Reef, the fairways at Paradise Palms hardly resemble the normal style of hole found on a resort course.
Designed by Graham Marsh, the fairways of The Prairie Club’s Pines course weave in and out of the pine trees and sand hills that skirt the Snake River Canyon.
The Matsushita Investment and Development Company originally developed the Royal Pines Resort in the late 1980s and Japanese architect Tomojiro Maruyama designed the first 27-hole golf course.
Laid out by Graham Marsh, the 18-hole course at Secret Harbour Golf Links, was inaugurated with an exhibition game involving its designer, Lee Trevino and Gary Player.
The 27-hole Staffield Country Resort was fashioned by Graham Marsh & Ross Watson in three 9-hole loops. Holes 1-18, Western & Southern, comprise the premier configuration which is supported by the Northern loop.
Sutton Bay is South Dakota’s most exhilarating golf experience. The course is draped over the landforms of the Missouri River and it has many characteristics of a seaside links.
Situated 120 kilometres west of downtown Shanghai, the course at Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club is a Graham Marsh design which hosted six editions of the Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in recent years, starting with Annika Sörenstam’s win in 2008.
Graham Marsh designed a challenging championship golf course at Terrey Hills, the first to be constructed in the Sydney area for over twenty years...