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Brisbane

Yeerongpilly, Queensland
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Gary Lisbon
01/05
Gary Lisbon
Yeerongpilly, Queensland
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Founded in 1896, Brisbane Golf Club started out with a 9-hole course at its original location in nearby Chelmer. Eight years later, the club moved to its present site where Scots-born Sydney professional and three-time Australian Open Champion Carnegie Clark set out the new course.

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Gary Lisbon
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Today, the layout extends to 6,676 yards, playing to a par of 72. Of interest to those who follow developments in agronomy, Brisbane became the first club in Australia to reconstruct its greens with Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda grass and this three-year conversion exercise was completed in 2015.

Feature holes include the 433-yard 5th, rated stroke index 1, with water running the length of the fairway on the left side of the hole, and the 376-yard 8th, where the Moolabin Creek crosses the fairways as it dips down towards the green.

On the back nine, the 217-yard 11th (which was on the short 9-hole West course until it was redeveloped in 1999) plays to a long, narrow three-tiered green that slopes from front to back, whilst the 334-yard 15th demands pin point accuracy due to a very narrow playing corridor.

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