Royal Queensland Golf Club

Host of three Australian Open Championships. 
Curtin Avenue West, Eagle Farm, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 4009
Phone: 61 7 3268 1127
Fax: 61 7 3268 1951

The (Royal) Queensland Golf Club was established in 1920 at Hamilton on mangrove swamp land with sand dredged from the Brisbane River, and was only the second golf course to be established in the city of Brisbane. The Club was granted its Royal Charter in 1921 by King George V, with the King's official letter of notification to the Governor of Queensland signed by Winston Churchill (then British Secretary of State).

The famous Scots golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie was persuaded to visit Brisbane while on a trip to Australia in 1926, and contributed his renowned design wisdom to a number of holes, and to the greens and bunkering of the course generally.

The Royal Queensland Golf Club is a private club. However visitors are welcome by prior arrangement on certain days and at certain times. Proof of own club membership and of handicap are required.

Corporate Golf: For more than 20 players, Monday is preferred day.
Weddings: Specialised wedding reception menu and service.
Pro Shop: Headed by AAA Professional Chris Rutherford, the RQ offers private tuition, custom fitting, corporate golf services, and a wide range of products and accessories.
Much more information at the RQ website, linked above.

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Pro Shop
Corporate Golf
Golf Club Fitting
Championship Course