Just over 30 minutes’ drive north of the Gold Coast, Sanctuary Cove offers public access to The Palms golf course – an iSeekGolf venue - which reopened in early 2011 after a redesign by golf course architect, Ross Watson.
Corporate golf business, GOLFSelect has published drone flyovers of all 36 holes at Sanctuary Cove on its Vimeo page, and we’ve selected a few for you below.
To book a tee time on The Palms golf course at Sanctuary Cove, click here.
At 5,904 metres from the championship tees, The Palms golf course offers a manageable challenge for social golfers and higher handicappers while heavy bunkering and sloping greens keep lower markers on their toes.
Next door, The Pines golf course – the only Arnold Palmer signature course in Australia – is open only to Sanctuary Cove Golf Club Members and is also where Masters Champion Adam Scott can be found honing his game when he’s back in his home state of Queensland.
There aren’t many longer courses in Australia than the private Pines golf course which measures 6,681 metres from the back tees.
Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club’s release of stunning aerial vision coincided with the unveiling of its new-look Arnie’s Café and Bar at The Country Club, which is open to the public.
Sanctuary Cove's Arnie’s Café and Bar.
Arnie’s Café and Bar pays homage to the late Arnold Palmer who was also Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club’s first president.
“Mr Palmer has a special place in Sanctuary Cove’s history and in the hearts of many Members, so we’re delighted to honour that association through Arnie’s Café and Bar,” said Executive General Manager, Paul Sanders.
Arnie’s is open 7 days a week from 6am – 6pm with late night dining on Thursday evening until 9pm.
SIGNATURE HOLES: 7TH AT THE GLADES (QLD)
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