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Palmer Gold Coast

Robina, Queensland
Robina, Queensland
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  • AddressRon Penhaligon Way, Robina QLD 4226, Australia

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, opening four years after he established his design business in 1986.

Laid out within a residential development, the course was carved through a 150-acre wooded site so many of the fairways are lined by eucalyptus trees with water, in the form of creeks and lakes, featuring at several of the holes.

The front nine is routed over an undulating landscape that allows for some pleasing changes in elevation then the return for home begins on a reclaimed floodplain before the closing holes head into more tumbling terrain as the round reaches a terrific climax.

The short par four 6th hole is one of the best on the front nine, sweeping left downhill from the tee to a green guarded by water to the front and right of the putting surface. The par five home hole is also protected by water, requiring golfers to negotiate three lakes between tee and green.

Robina Woods hosted the Queensland PGA championship between 1995 and 2002.

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, opening four years after he established his design business in 1986.

Laid out within a residential development, the course was carved through a 150-acre wooded site so many of the fairways are lined by eucalyptus trees with water, in the form of creeks and lakes, featuring at several of the holes.

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Graham Marsh

​Graham Marsh, nicknamed “Swampy,” was a fine cricketer as a young man and he trained as a maths teacher at Claremont Teachers College after graduating from the University of Western Australia.

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