There are more than 23 golf courses located throughout the Sunshine Coast and teeing off at one of these is a great pleasure for avid golfers. Aside from the stunning scenery, serious and social golfers can enjoy a great range of 18-hole, par-72 courses for a range of skill levels including quality courses such as the Palmer Resort Coolum (formerly the Hyatt) where the annual Australian PGA Championship was held.
Bribie Island Golf Club: Often ranked as the best course in Queensland, this championship course boasts 18 holes and a par 72.
Palmer Resort Coolum: This 18-hole par-72 championship course is ranked in the Australian Top 50 and is designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Mount Coolum Golf Club: An 18-hole par 72 championship golf course featuring a relatively flat course with water play on 12 of the holes at the foot of Mt Coolum.
Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort: An 18 hole par 72 championship course designed around Noosa National Park and Lake Weyba offering serious golfers a challenge and social golfers the scenery.
Noosa Valley Country Club: The first course to be accepted into the ABC's Open Garden Scheme, the gardens and par 72 course are equally as attractive as each other.
Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club: Designed by internationally renowned Ross Watson, this 72 par course features a traditional Scottish links and 18 visually distinctive holes.
Pelican Waters Golf Club: Set in the stunning surrounds of Golden Beach, this Greg Norman designed course offers 72 par 18 holes and is ranked in the top 100 courses in Australia.
Twin Waters Golf Club: Recognised as one of Australia's top six courses, this 18-hole, 72-par course was designed by 5 times British Open champion Peter Thomson and partner Mike Wolveridge.
Beerwah & District Golf Course: Nestled at the base of the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains on the Sunshine Coast, the Beerwah Golf Club offers an 18-hole, 72-par course to challenge the most avid golfers.