Golf Courses nearby...

Click here for further details

Highly rated links style golf course. Designed by Thomson Wolveridge in the Scottish and Irish traditions. Immaculately groomed tees, wintergreen couch fairways, bunkers and bent greens. There are 128 Pot bunkers, grassy mounds and plenty of water. Walk or drive the course is gently undulating. The Club
House is an imposing contemporary Venetian style with all locker room facilities, casual and formal dining.


Click here for further details

The Palms is available for green fee players year round and is a relatively flat course with wide, well-manicured couch fairways set around groves of cabbage palms with water in play on almost every hole. Gently undulating type 328 greens. $1million was spent on upgrading this course in 1999.

The Pines is reserved for members and Hotel guests and is modelled on the famed Augusta layout with each hole surrounded by pine forest. Course designer Arnold Palmer. The resort includes bars, restaurants, pool, tennis, gym, spas, sauna, health and beauty therapy. Marine Village marina, stores and diverse dining options.

KOORALBYN Hotel Resort
Click here for further details

An inland championship course with contrasting nines just a short drive from the Gold Coast. The front nine winds through natural valleys and watercourses, whilst the back nine flirts with 25 acres
of lakes in the valley basin. Designed by Desmond Muirhead, with Bent grass greens and couch fairways, Kooralbyn pioneered resort golf in Australia. The course is quite hilly and carts are advisable.



Click here for further details

The first Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in Australia. Perfectly manicured, undulating course with many of the Nicklaus signature bunkers and water in play on 11 holes. Choice of 5 tee positions with slick dwarf greens. Carts are compulsory.
There’s a luxury modern clubhouse with full locker room and dining facilities.


Click here for further details

The first Queensland Golf Course in almost 30 years to host an Australian Open is quite a tribute to this young Gold Coast golf

Abandoned and then restored in 1997 by Greg Norman The Grand's rapid rise up the Australian golf course ranking's and to the host
club of a major professional tournament is testament enough of
the course's superb quality.

GLADES Golf Course
Click here for further details

Greg Norman designed it. Ian Baker-Finch bought it. Now you can play it... Glades Golf Club at Robina on Australia's beautiful Gold Coast - the highest ranked Australian resort course on debut in "Golf Australia" magazine's Top 25 Resort Courses review, 2001

The Glades sounds like the title of some old black-and-white movie in which the hero fights his way through a sinister forest and into a small opening where he stumbles upon the villain’s brutally mugged victim.

Click here for further details

Two immaculately groomed championship courses set amongst countless lakes and bunkers on very gently undulating terrain.
The backdrop is provided by the hinterland mountains to the west, and the Gold Coast skyline to the east.

Each course is complete with its own clubhouse and Pro-shop for drinks and snacks. The East course is home to the Australian
Ladies Masters and the final of the Holden Scramble.



Greg Norman represented Palm Meadows as Touring Professional and his tips in the 1990
Daikyo Cup course guide are a great collector’s item. The course is flat, but has a series of interconnected lakes (water on 14 holes) and strategic bunkering (82 bunkers) to add to the
challenge. Designed by Graham Marsh, the fairways are generous and played from the regular
tees should provide some encouraging scores.

The finishing hole is one of the best par 5’s in Australia, requiring an audacious water carry for
big hitters but providing a safer three shot route for others, with a second water crossing
before the green. Club House bar and restaurants overlook the 18th.


Beautifully groomed with lush, very gently undulating to flat fairways and meticulously
manicured type 328 couch greens. Widely regarded as one of the Gold Coast’s best –
conditioned courses, the major hazards are the myriad of sparkling ponds and waterways
that provide both storage and drainage.

There’s a club Comp. Wed & Sat. Visitors with AGU & WGA handicaps are welcome to join in.

The Club House is a stunning colonial Queenslander design, lunch and bar open daily.
Breathtaking views over course to hinterland from verandahs.


Parkwood International mixes the best features of a traditional Australian golf course with the
Gold Coast Resort style. Set in naturally undulating bushland the course combines established
eucalypts with imported palm trees. There is a series of lakes and ponds in play on many holes, with the ninth green almost surrounded by water. The elevated clubhouse overlooks eight holes and
visitors will be made most welcome. Competitions are played on several days. Visiting golfers
welcome to enter.


Designed by Marsh & Watson and opened in 1989, Robina is one of the best tests of golf in
Australia. The rolling fairways are set amongst stately stands of towering eucalypts, natural
waterways and lakes. There are some hills to climb, but many golfers will prefer to walk. The
course has superb drainage and is open year round.

Each hole has its own character, and challenge. The finishing hole is Robina’s most
recognisable, a par 5 played from an elevated tee via three water hazards to a well guarded
green. Our advice is "lay up with your second (or third)".

There are full clubhouse facilities, bistro/bar, restaurant and function room, locker room and
showers. Visitors are welcome every day. Competitions run 7 days per week with 3 Major
Opens on Mon, Tues & Thur.

For further information and / or bookings regarding Golf Courses on the Gold Coast
please contact us at

:: graphic design concept by Multi Media Plus. © 2006