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If you love good golf played in a relaxed environment surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna then Noosa Golf Club is a must-visit, must-play golf course.
For 80 years, golfers have enjoyed the tranquillity of the golf course’s natural bushland setting where kangaroos, koalas and a variety of bird species congregate.
Now the club is promoting the golf course as “Noosa’s only nature reserve with a golf course attached”.
Apparently, more than 60 bird species, some migratory, have been spotted on the golf course including Spoonbills, Kingfishers and King Parrots.
One of the reasons why Noosa Golf Club’s picturesque championship course is popular with locals and visitors alike is because it’s an easy walking and generally forgiving layout.
It has a par rating of 72 for men and 74 for ladies with a slope rating of 126.
The lush fairways are generous (wide), followed by a maintained rough so not too many golf balls are lost.
Still, the course is no pushover and can be a challenge to golfers of all levels.
Seventeen of the 18 holes now have beautiful wintergreen grass fairways with the 13th to be completed soon, but with minimum disruption to members and guests.
After playing 18, the perfect place for relaxing with friends is at the comfortable clubhouse.
The 19th hole offers a fine bistro and relaxing deck to take in the superb view over the ninth and 18th holes.
The bistro is open seven days a week for lunch and golfers can enjoy dinner Tuesdays to Fridays.
The pro shop, one of the biggest and best on the Sunshine Coast, boasts a comprehensive range of equipment, clothing, accessories and hire clubs.
Social players are always welcome at Noosa Golf Club.

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