Located just 5 minutes from the centre of Caloundra, the Caloundra Golf Club has a long and strong history within the local community. Established in 1951, the club was originally a 9-hole course but doubled in size and in 1966 opened as an 18-hole course. A popular leisure and recreation facility for local golfers and visitors alike, the Caloundra Golf Club achieved championship status by 1989.
Today, Caloundra Golf Club continues to remain a favourite with locals and visitors and offers a challenging yet enjoyable 71 par 5987m course. Renowned for its abundant wildlife, the course is home to a resident flock of Rainbow Lorikeets which make for a spectacularly colourful sight at their 4pm daily feeding time.
Situated at the Sunshine Coast’s southern tip, Caloundra Golf Club offers a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere just minutes from the beach. Surrounded by lush vegetation, the club is ranked number 8 in the state for testing courses and also offers a great range of social activities for all skill levels.
Also often spotted on the course are kangaroos and the 18th hole is known as the best. Ranked par 4, the 380m hole is bordered by traps on the left and trees on the right, making for a rather pretty sight. Caloundra Golf Club also features full practice facilities, a clubhouse, dining room, fully equipped bar, gaming machines, electric carts and buggies and of course, stunning views over the course.
If you want to stay close to all the action of Caloundra Golf Club, the closest accommodation options are the 4 star family-friendly Oaks Oasis Resort on Landsborough Parade and the 4 star self-catering Breakfree Grand Pacific on Bulcock Street. Both resorts offer a great range of accommodation and onsite facilities and enjoy easy access to the Caloundra Golf Club.