Peter Thomson | Mike Wolveridge | Ross Perrett
Internationally recognised as one of the top ten resort courses in Australia, the Twin Waters golf course has a stunning setting and challenging layout, nestled amidst the tranquil bushlands of the Sunshine Coast.
Greg Norman | Bob Harrison
With the enviable backdrop of the majestic Glasshouse Mountains, Pelican Waters offers the golfing enthusiast one of the most unique and rewarding golf courses on the Sunshine Coast. The course lies on relatively flat land with creeks coming into play at nearly every hole. Laid out in 2 loops of 9; apart from the water hazards, nearly a hundred bunkers, of considerable size, complicate matters on the fairway landing areas and greenside.
Robert Trent Jones Jnr
Visually stunning, the Coolum golf course blends links-like holes on the stretch running along the Pacific Ocean with parkland holes further inland among the native melaleuca and eucalyptus groves. A round of golf at this superbly challenging course is complemented by an ideal sub-tropical climate. This stunning course challenges even the best golfers while still providing plenty of enjoyment for the novice.
Carved out of Noosa’s stunning landscape, Noosa Springs Golf Course challenges the keen golfer, inviting them to think, and then decide on their playing strategy. It’s both beguiling, and beautiful. This championship layout promises to enthral players through its natural aesthetic beauty and remarkable design.
Peregian Springs Golf Club provides an idyllic venue for enjoying a regular round of golf and forging new friendships. This is the perfect setting to relax and unwind during a game and the ideal environment to network and socialise. The parkland course is set in spectacular Australian native bushland, featuring strands of eucalyptus.