Pelican Waters Golf Club

Pelican Waters, Sunshine Coast Area

Located in the stunning surrounds of Golden Beach, Pelican Waters Golf Club is the first ever Greg Norman-designed course on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Designed to rank among the premier courses in the world and currently ranked by Golf Australia as 23rd in the Top 100 Public Courses, this spectacular 18-hole, 6,359 metre championship course fittingly boasts one of the finest clubhouse and practice facilities in Australia.

Even the driving range has that special Great White Shark touch. At 100 metres wide and 300 metres in depth and designed by Greg Norman, many golf experts consider it to be the finest in the Southern Hemisphere. The practice facilities also incorporate an undercover range cover and a 2,000 square metre gently undulating putting green and a chipping green with practice bunker.

Pelican Waters Golf Club is open to the public and features an impressive driving range; state-of-the-art golf carts, a well equipped golf shop and a first class clubhouse with restaurant and bar facilities. Surrounded by waterways, the Clubhouse is indisputably the best in the region.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday6am - 7pm
Tuesday6am - 7pm
Wednesday6am - 7pm
Thursday6am - 7pm
Friday6am - 7pm
Saturday6am - 7pm
Sunday6am - 7pm

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Modern Australian
Seafood

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
40 Mahogany Drive
Pelican Waters, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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