The Gold Coast is a holiday golfer’s paradise. Here you will find an exceptional array of superb resort and championship golf courses, set in superb surroundings. Come and join the professionals who regularly visit the region because of the variety of challenging golf courses on offer. The Gold Coast has a huge range of accommodation so we can arrange a golfing package for you that won’t break the bank. It is also a fantastic place to include some golf in a family holiday because there is so much on offer to entertain the non golfers in the family.
Some of the golf courses on the Gold Coast are quite famous. The Sanctuary Cove layout, the Hyatt Regency course, Robina Woods, Palm meadows and the Royal Pines layout have all been host to major competitions. Around the gold Coast there are a huge number of courses to choose from. Most golfers like to play on the courses that they have seen on television to see how they can handle that courses challenges. Many of these courses have their own luxury resorts attached to the course so that accommodation and golf can all be taken care of together. Places like Royal Pines resort have annual events like the Australian ladies masters, so if you want to play come at a time when the course is open to visitors and guests.
Many of these resort style courses cater for business golf days and conferences. If you want to organise a course for the day for your employees and guests you will need to book well in advance so that you can be fitted into their calendar. If you are coming from interstate and require a larger group booking with lots of hotel rooms included please give us plenty of notice so we can make the arrangements for you..
If Gold Coast golf is your thing, for a holiday or conference, give us a call to help arrange your golf holiday.
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