Two men charged with murder after a long-time Queensland golf club owner was found dead in his home on the property have been named in court.
Joshua Marcus Pope, 30, and Gregory Tremayne Pryor, 25, had their cases mentioned in the Brisbane Arrests Court on Monday after they were arrested at Coomera on the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Neither of the men appeared in person and their lawyers could not make a bail application due to the seriousness of the charges.
Mr Pope and Mr Pryor – both from Loganlea, south of Brisbane – were remanded in custody and their matters were adjourned to the Brisbane Magistrates Court on September 20.
The victim, 64-year-old Greg Harding, was the owner of the Craignish Country Club near Hervey Bay, 250 kilometres north of Brisbane, and was found dead with significant injuries last Monday.
Police will allege Mr Harding was involved in an argument at his home last Sunday between 10pm and 11pm.
Mr Harding had owned the club, which has an 18-hole golf course, for more than 20 years.