If you’re looking Gold Coast golf courses near Burleigh Heads, the course at Burleigh Golf Club is a great place to start. But before you get too advanced with your itinerary planning you should seriously consider Burleigh Mediterranean Resort. With it’s central location, stylish accommodation, relaxing facilities and value pricing the Burleigh Mediterranean Resort is the perfect base for your Gold Coast golf tour.
Gold Coast Golf Courses
With that part over, here’s more about golf. The closest course is the Burleigh Golf Course — up the coast on Albion Avenue, Miami. With “The Best Members Golf Course on the Gold Coast,” this is an 18 hole Championship golf course with a Woodland Forest front nine and a Sandbelt Heath back nine. The China Garden Restaurant is an excellent nineteenth hole where you can unwind and recap the days highlights of the day over a banquet.
Nearby courses include the Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Course, Robina and Lakelands. Expect to be in the car for 10 minutes each way with these courses, with plenty of time for a relaxing spa or sauna at the Burleigh Mediterranean Resort.
Further out is Sanctuary Cove — The Palms, a par 70 course. There’s also the Glades Golf Club by Greg Norman, one of the best public courses in Australia, and Sanctuary Cove — The Pines, an Arnold Palmer course. This course will present more of a challenge with a par 72. A little further out, these courses require about a 30 minute commute, but the further you go the more picturesque it gets.
That’s a quick and dirty half dozen for you, probably more than you can swing your woods at for a weekend, but at least you know you have choices, with at least the same number of courses nearby that haven’t been discussed. The Gold Coast golf courses near Burleigh Heads offer a varied and interesting set of challenges, but at the Burleigh Mediterranean Resort you can take your time and choose on the day. Book your Gold Coast golf tour now.