Sunshine Coast
Pacific Harbour Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6402 M
One of the larger bunkers anywhere in Australia is just one part of Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club's signature hole - the par-3 17th.
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Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club on Queensland’s Bribie Island opened for play in mid-2006.

The course has many features that are not dissimilar to the great Links courses in Scotland and Ireland.

Golf journalists have already dubbed it "Island Links" giving it a unique positioning in the Queensland and Australian golfing community.

Destined to be one of Australia’s leading modern courses, the "Island Links" at Pacific Harbour will be a "must play" for all golfers traveling to South East Queensland.

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382 Reviews
Played the course on Saturday 4/7/20, it's in very good condition and the greens are quick.The only fault if any is not many distance markers around and a GPS in the cart would help with decisions if your not a regular.
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Played on a Monday in good weather. Speed of play was excellent, the course was in great condition and the facilities good.

Slight word of warning, this is a very challenging course. There are significant hazards running the majority of the hole, on both sides, most holes. Bring plenty of golf balls because if you don’t hit it straight there is a low chance of finding it. 
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My friends and I decided to treat ourselves to this course and got an Entertainment pack. Couldn't speak highly of it overall. The staff were very helpful and friendly attending to our needs and the course itself was one of the best in QLD I have been to; it is in top nick and has its challenges. There were no large groups or time wasters with us able to get round the course in comfort. Highly recommended and we will definitely be back but next time will look into staying there overnight and bringing the partners to make a weekend of it. 
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Played Pacific Harbour in the QLD Amateur last week and safe to say it got the better of me. This is a wonderful golf course nestled in the native flora and fauna of Bribie Island. The golf course was presented is spectacular condition, fairways were firm and running, greens were as pure and quick as you can get in QLD. The ball seemed to spring off the putter unlike anything you get in my native Sydney, and hence my love for QLD golf courses. It has a real Floridian feel, plenty of water and bunkers, pinching in on tee shots, making you have to think on every single shot. The Ross Watson green complexes are starkly fairer and better than his Magenta Shores equivalent in NSW's Central Coast, everything about this course is superior to Magenta. They were testing, with many ridges and tiers bisecting the well sectioned greens allowing many pin placements and enhancing the playability of the golf course. In my opinion, there were no weak holes. The nines were both different with Watson's signature bunkering creating a visually intimidating golf course off the tee in particular. The course is definitely one to respect and play strategically to give yourself the best opportunities to make up shots while keeping the bad scores off your card. The front nine opens with a nice par 5 where birdie is realistic chance. Holes 1,2,3,and 7 are by far the most gettable holes where the 3rd is basically a fairway or hazard kind of tee shot. The signature holes on the course are the par 3 7th aka Sawgrass, a somewhat peninsula green with a large tier separating the lower left level and upper right level bordered by the water. Watson's visually intimidating bunkering is personified by the 150m bunker guarding the right hand side of the par 3 17th. At 205m it plays slightly uphill to the longest green on the course, with large contours it creates many difficulties if faced with a short sided shot. One thing that is frequent throughout the course are the sharp slopes on the greens where if on the wrong side of the slope, keeping the ball on the green is almost impossible, only if you hit the pin... This is seen on the 15th were if putting from the top tier to a front left pin, wave to your ball as it scuttles off the green into a chipping area well below the level of the green. The back nine does offer better birdie chances on 10,11,12,13,14,16 but 15,17,18 are by far the sternest tests on the golf course, with big numbers well in play. Overall, it is a stunning looking and playable course with many tee and pin positions. It rewards the thinking player who sticks to their game plan and plays conservatively to the large parts of the fairways and greens. I don't have enough time to say everything I want but I hope you get the gist, so i'll leave it with this. The best way to shoot good scores around Pac Harbour is to take advantage of the easier holes, which by no means are easy, every hole is easy to stuff up. I got smashed but not sure I'd rather anywhere else in Queensland to get my golf game found out. I'll be back. 

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By far the best course in qld
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Golf Course Details
141-159 Avon Avenue, Banksia Beach
Sunshine Coast, QLD 4511, Australia
General: 0734104001