Top 10 Golf Courses

Hyatt Regency Coolum Golf Course 
Home of The Australian PGA championships. The Hyatt Regency Coolum's golf course is a superbly challenging and very beautiful 18 hole golf course.
Designed by the renowned Robert Trent Jones Jr, the golf course covers one third of the resort.
Pelican Waters Golf Club
Pelican Waters Golf Club has intelligently integrated a 6,359 metre championship golf course with the existing natural landscape to deliver a challenging golfing terrain. With its enviable backdrop of the majestic Glasshouse Mountains and nestled within the heart of the master planned community of Pelican Waters, The club offers the golfing enthusiast one of the most unique and rewarding golf courses on the Sunshine Coast.
Peregian Springs Golf Club
Peregian Springs Golf Club, is a private members golf course situated at Peregian Springs,  just 15 minutes from Noosa and 15 minutes from Maroochydore Airport on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Open to Members & their guests - facilities include a challenging 18 hole golf course, practice facilities and a superbly appointed clubhouse with bar, dining areas and gymnasium. For a relaxed & friendly atmosphere come and experience the Coast's leading private member's golf club.
Noosa Springs 
The Noosa Springs golf course has 18 superb holes in a spectacular and beautiful setting that is inspirational. Maintained in immaculate condition and enjoying a subtropical climate, the course is playable all year round and in almost all weather conditions. The course is rated one of the best in Australia. Special attention was given by the golf course architect, Graham Papworth, to preserving and enhancing the natural environment. The undulating fairways are set amongst lush bushland that is home to an abundance of wildlife, making golf at Noosa Springs a unique experience.
Headland Golf Club
Located in the heart of Queensland's magnificent Sunshine Coast, the Headland Golf Club is a jewel in the crown of the area's golf courses. An amazing design awaits you at Headland – a 50 year old course with the charms and charisma that only a classic course can provide. This along with a traditional clubhouse and the best views in the entire Sunshine Coast, combine to make the Headland Golf Club an unforgettable experience. So much so in fact that the club was given the honour of 2009 Queensland Golf Club of the Year.
Twin Waters Golf Club
Our world class 18 Hole Par 72 championship golf course offers a stunning setting and challenging layout for players of all levels. Twin Waters Golf Club was designed by two of the worlds leading golf course architects, five times British Open Champion, Peter Thompson, and renowned international golf course designer, Mike Wolveridge.
Horton Park Park Golf Course
Horton Park is the premier Golf Course on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Boasting 18 challenging holes, a day and night driving range and fully equipped pro shop, Horton Park Golf Club is a 'must play' when you're on the Sunshine Coast.
Mount Coolum Golf Club
An 18 Hole championship golf course nestled at the foot of a Sunshine Coast landmark – Mount Coolum.Come and play a round of 18 holes with spectacular Mount Coolum as your backdrop. It is acknowledged as one of the most picturesque and popular courses on the Sunshine Coast. Mount Coolum Golf Course is a relatively flat course with water in play on twelve holes and an abundance of natural flora surrounding.
Tewantin - Noosa Golf  Club
Set over 6153 metres of easy walking, Tewantin Noosa is the pioneer of golf in the Noosa area. Accessible in every way, Tewantin Noosa welcomes all standards of players. Enjoy the tranquility of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and interesting flora.
Established in 1937, the course had a major one million dollar upgrade in 1999 as befits a club that continues to stage major tournaments and test the skills of top golfers.
Kabi Golf Course
Kabi Golf Club was created to provide a place for recreation while preserving the environment. The organic aspect of the course makes it completely different from most other golf courses in the world.
Organics is quite often a misunderstood topic. Basically, it is doing everything the way it was done traditionally. In relation to a golf course it means that no toxic chemicals or fertilisers, usually used in modern-day greenkeeping, are used at Kabi.