Our 61 par Golf course offers a challenging 9 holes with 18 tees. The course is flat, user friendly, extremely well maintained and suitable all standards of golf.
Challenge your short game and enjoy.
Take advantage of our practice green and nets to hone your skills.
A great starting hole, this is a relatively short par 3 at 128m. A wide fairway tee to green allows for a safe start to lull you into a false sense of security. However DO NOT play long or you will pay the penalty.
At 102m this is an even shorter Par 3, but with a tight out of bounds and water hazards to both left and rear. Be on target or in trouble.
A driveable Par 4, 210m with the fairway running parallel to a tight out of bounds on the left and a strategically placed tree line on the right.
Again a driveable Par 4 at 175m, just don’t focus on the fairway lined with trees, the out of bounds on the left or water hazard to the rear of an elevated green.
Now we have upped the ante. A Par 3, 148m with a lateral hazard and tree line to the left, a creek running the width of the fairway in front of an elevated green. It is well deserving of its index3 rating.
Back to a more conventional Par 3, 158m easy carry over water, in front of the tee; however the elevated green requires a delicate pitch back for any long hitters.
Par 3, 135m a simple hole unless you’re too long. Then your wet and playing 3 from the drop zone.
Par 3, 141m not a difficult hole. However, a short water carry from the tee and an elevated green requires concentration.
Par 3, 144m One of the easiest holes on the course with a larger green, the out of bounds to the rear and right hand side will keep your concentration switched on.
The Back 9
Holes 10 to 18
Blue markers for men, red on some holes for ladies only.
The position of the tee boxes on the back 9 have been switched and positioned to maximise the effect of all natural features and hazards whilst also adding an extra 200 plus metres to the course with two additional par 4s for an overall 60.
The best ice cold drinks and toasties in the Valley.
Meadow Park Golf Course is set in the picturesque Tallebudgera Valley five minutes from Palm Beach and Burleigh Heads. The course suits everyone’s game and welcomes all golfers. Individuals, seniors, juniors and social competition players are all catered for. If you can swing a club, you will feel at home here every day of the year.
Spectacular mountain views await you at 4 of the 9 holes. The 61 par course offers a challenging 9 holes with 18 tees with a long and short game. The course is flat, user-friendly, extremely well maintained and managed. The Bermuda greens run true all year round and manicured course provides a golfer paradise in the heart of the Gold Coast for all age groups.
The course offers a practice putting green, perfect for everyone prior to hitting off; there are also driving nets available as well. Players can enjoy one or both of our two complimentary weekly clinics and professional private instruction is available 7 days a week.
Corporate, social and charity days are a club speciality with groups of 15 or more receiving discounts and prizes. Everyone must have a set of clubs otherwise hire gear is available. The dress standard is neat and tidy – NO thongs or singlets.
Club rental services are available, as well as change rooms and complimentary cleaning facilities.
The Pro Shop, open daily from 6am to 6pm carries an assortment of men’s and women’s golf apparel, hats and gear. Special occasion gifts, merchandise, lessons and playing certificates are also available.[/tab]
[tab title=”Dress Code”]Players and visitors are required to conform to the standards of dress in the clubhouse and course.
- neat apparel
- polo style shirts
- round neck T-shirts
- rubber thongs
- midriff tops or tank tops
- scruffy, ripped, torn or dirty apparel
- bare feet
- apparel with offensive or racist slogans or words
- beach wear
- jogging, football or brief shorts
Children’s Dress Code
Clean running or gym shoes are acceptable. Children’s attire should at all times be neat and appropriate to their usage of the Club’s facilities.
These codes are subject to change from time to time but players and visitors are advised that their standard of dress should always reflect a good golfing standard of clothing.
In the absence of the General Manager, the Operation Manager, Club Professional and their Staff have been directed to ensure that dress standards are maintained in the Clubhouse and on the course.