Indooroopilly, Queensland 4068
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Woodland and Residential and riverside.
Original course at St Lucia designed by Scottish-born professional golfer Dan Soutar (1926). Bob Green designed the 36-hole layout at the club's current Long Pocket site (1976). Significant improvements made by Ross Watson (1985, 2006 and ongoing).
Above distances are for the East course. Also at Indooroopilly is the 18-hole West course (par-72; 6375 m from back tees).
7 km SW of Brisbane CBD.
Indooroopilly Golf Club, known locally as "Indra", boasts two Ross Watson championship redesigns, both dating from 1985. The East course combines the Blue and Green nines, while the usually higher-rated West course comprises the Gold and Red nines. Occasionally, other combinations of the four nines are also used (see Did You Know section below).
There is much to like about the variety and quality of the holes to be found on the East course (Blue-Green), with its pleasantly undulating layout and lovely views from the higher elevations. The layout features much less bunkering and water hazards than found on the West Course.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.
Indooroopilly GC benefits from having four nine-hole loops of championship golf (green, blue, gold and red), which can be combined to create six different 18-hole combinations. Typically Indooroopilly has featured the East course (green-blue) and the West course (gold-red). But there's also the possibility to play the Long Pocket course (red-green), Captain's course (green-gold), President's course (red-blue) and River course (gold-blue).
Indooroopilly GC's original home was in St Lucia, just south of Brisbane. Here in 1926 they opened an 18-hole course, which is today's St Lucia Golf Links (a public course). In 1964, Indooroopilly added to their St Lucia course, with a second 18-hole layout a couple of kilometres further south at Long Pocket ... on the banks of a horseshoe bend in the Brisbane River. Based on exchanging the original St Lucia site for additional land at Long Pocket, the club developed their current 36-hole golf complex in 1976, and permanently moved away from their original St Lucia home.
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