BRISBANE GOLF, THE GOLD COAST & THE SUNSHINE COAST GOLF & LEISURE
When visiting Brisbane, you have the choice of playing private member courses in the city region. North & South, you will find the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast where many magnificent resort golf courses abound only about 1 hour or so from the city.
Queensland is best known amongst golfers as being Australia's golf resort capital. 13 of the Top 25 Resort courses in Australia can be found in Queensland. There are many fine courses in Brisbane, including the new Brookwater Golf Club (Greg Norman design) and North Lakes Resort Golf Club, Royal Queensland, Indooroopilly and the Brisbane Golf Club. Golf all year round, especially in the glorious sub tropical conditions through the winter months.
Gold Coast Golf:
The Gold Coast is Australia's and a favourite international holiday playground located about 1 hours drive south from Brisbane. You could play every day for a month and not play all the very best courses in this region if you include the Sunshine coast, about a 1 hours drive north of Brisbane.
See Gold Coast Resort courses
THE SUNSHINE COAST(about a 1 hours drive north of Brisbane)
Sunshine Coast Golf:
The Sunshine Coast is a golfer's paradise, offering challenges to players of all abilities. From par 3 courses for not-so-serious golfers to championship courses, there's something for every player. You can tee off at the Greg Norman-designed layout at Pelican Waters at Caloundra or test your skills on the courses at Twin Waters, Hyatt Regency Coolum and Noosa Springs.
The Sunshine Coast has always been well served with many strong traditional member golf clubs, however, in recent years they have been joined by international standard resort courses, some designed by such notaries as the Great White Shark, Greg Norman.
These courses also bring with them luxury accommodation and first-class facilities for guests. One of the many ways to relax after a day on the greens is indulging in a luxury spa treatment to nurture and pamper the senses.
Keen golfers are spoilt for choice when it comes to courses on the Sunshine Coast, if you want something a little more laid back than the resort courses, there are numerous regional courses scattered around the coast as well as Par Three courses and driving ranges. If you want to try something a little different, you can experience Australia's only organically certified course!
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