Eagle Farm, Australia
Royal Queensland Golf Club
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431 Curtin Ave W
Eagle Farm, QLD 4009, Australia
The then-Australian Open Champion, Carnegie Clark, was the original designer of RQGC, though in 1926 Alistair MacKenzie redesigned several holes. In 2005, the Queensland State Government decided to build the twin Gateway Bridge over the course, forcing the loss of seven original holes, replaced with redesigns by Michael Clayton. Clayton himself won the 1978 Australian Amateur Championship when it was held at Royal Queensland.
Visitors wishing to play the course must contact the club in advance, either via phone or online. Visitor tee-times are accepted for Mondays and Fridays all day, and then Tuesdays and Thursdays after 1:00 p.m.
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