The Royal Pines Championship Golf Course has played host to the Australian PGA Championship for the last four years and last year see a complete reconstruction of the first nine holes, which was undertaken by Graham Marsh.
Part of the redesign has seen the construction of several spectator mounds around the golf course giving elevated views of the course. The tournament course is a composite course, the gold has the flowing waters of the Nerang River and features both salt and fresh lakes with water coming into play on nine of the eighteen holes.
The green course is an oasis of emerald greens and hidden challenges. The final nine holes are a testing combination of deep bunkers with undulating greens and tight airways.