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Golf

Noosaville and the surrounding area is a haven for golf lovers with a huge selection of world class courses to explore and almost guaranteed year-round sunshine. Here is just a handful of the great golfing destinations close by our Noosa Golf Resort:

Noosa Springs Golf Course

Regularly rated one of the best courses in the country, Noosa Springs is a superb 18 hole course set against an inspiring lush bushland setting. Treat yourself to a private lesson led by coach Bill Davidson for expert pointers on how to improve your game.

Palmer Coolum Resort

The home of the Australian PGA Championship, Palmer Coolum Resort’s stunning 18-hole course challenges even the best golfers while still providing plenty of enjoyment for the novice. 72 par, 6137 metre course  offers contrasting landscapes, from lakeside holes to manicured fairways that weave their way through native bushland.

Twin Waters

Good for all abilities. The course is internationally recognised as one of the top six courses in Australia. The stunning setting and challenging layout combine to produce an enjoyable game of golf for all players.

Peregian Springs

Residential style resort course with all the trimmings. Only a short 15 min drive from Clearwater. 72 par18 hole championship course. 6192 metres. Fully stocked Pro Shop and Practice Range 

Pelican Waters

Located 50 mins from Clearwater in the stunning surrounds of Golden Beach, and is the first ever Greg Norman designed golf course on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. This spectacular 18 hole, 6359 metre championship course fittingly boasts one of the finest clubhouses and practice facilities in Australia. Pelican Waters Golf Club features an impressive driving range, practice putting and chipping greens, and a well equipped golf shop.

Tewantin Noosa Golf Club

An 18 hole course set over 6,106 metres of easy walking tranquil bushland. The course provides a habitat for a diverse selection of wildlife, including flying foxes, lizards and an increasing number of kangaroos that wander freely onto the course from the nearby Tewantin Forest Reserve.