As the east coast of Australia gets smashed by unprecedented rainfall, the torrential flooding has seen many golf courses disappear underwater.
Images of these inundated golf courses have been shared around on social media – some of them are incredible and terribly devastating for the local communities.
We’ll keep adding them here as we stumble across them.
Stay safe everyone, there is more rain to come by the looks.
— matt dowling (@mattdowling01) February 27, 2022
My view of the floods from the air on approach from the South western suburbs, over the State Tennis Centre, Indooroopilly Golf Course, over the city then a close up of Albion Park. @NewsTalk4BC @9NewsQueensland pic.twitter.com/Of8Ux6BTXt
— Peter Psaltis (@peterp79) February 28, 2022
— Dr Nick (@DoktrNick) February 28, 2022
— Paul Rigby (@paulrigby7) February 27, 2022
My parents have lived in this house for 42 years next to Ashgrove GC in Brisbane & never has the Enoggera creek flooded over the level of the pool
The 18th hole is under that river#brisbaneflood @ToomeyMatt @HulaBulaJim @morropga @andrewkirkman6 @PGAofAustralia pic.twitter.com/ANv8JsCJEe
— Andrew Marchbank (@MarchbankAndrew) February 27, 2022
Gates are closed. Stay home and stay safe. pic.twitter.com/sWQg5Ut4Oi
— Royal Queensland GC (@RQGOLF) February 27, 2022
Albert River at Mt Warren Park. The golf course and Beenleigh RSL under serious threat of going under – Thanks to Craig for the photo and info pic.twitter.com/iabZAYVnZB
— Olympia Kwitowski (@OlympiaKwitowsk) February 27, 2022