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Twin Waters

Twin Waters, Queensland
Twin Waters, Queensland
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  • Address151 Ocean Dr, Twin Waters QLD 4564, Australia

Designed by Peter Thomson, the course at Twin Waters Golf Club is a fairly flat, resort style layout with splashes of water and sand bunkers dotted in and around the wide fairways. After several years of decline, the purchase of the course by Dr Tsutomu Yamaji in 2005 led to a dramatic improvement in its overall presentation.

The 18 holes are routed over natural, gently rolling terrain and even though the course can challenge the best of players, it isn’t overly penal so most golfers can expect to putt out on the last green playing the ball they first teed off with.

The opening hole at Twin Waters is the longest on the card and a relatively tough way to start the round. Holes 2 and 7 are picturesque short holes that catch the eye and they precede the signature hole at the 8th. Here, the green was designed in homage to the “Road Hole” at St Andrews, complete with protective pot bunker.

On the back nine, the 12th is a fine short par four where no fewer than ten bunkers protect par. The par three at the 17th is the most difficult short hole on the course and it’s followed by a par five final hole that just might yield a closing birdie with some aggressive play.

In conjunction with Club Pelican, Pacific Harbour and Noosa Springs, Twin Waters offer a discounted green fee rate for those who hold a Sunshine Coast Golf Pass – an excellent investment if ever there was one for visiting golfers.

Designed by Peter Thomson, the course at Twin Waters Golf Club is a fairly flat, resort style layout with splashes of water and sand bunkers dotted in and around the wide fairways. After several years of decline, the purchase of the course by Dr Tsutomu Yamaji in 2005 led to a dramatic improvement in its overall presentation.

The 18 holes are routed over natural, gently rolling terrain and even though the course can challenge the best of players, it isn’t overly penal so most golfers can expect to putt out on the last green playing the ball they first teed off with.

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Peter Thomson

Peter Thomson worked for Spalding in Melbourne designing golf balls, which he tested himself, before going on to become the only golfer in the 20th century to lift the Claret Jug three times in succession.

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