Celebrities love playing golf too
THOUGH it’s a golf course of undoubted class and quality, there’s nothing pompous about Noosa Springs. While it’s a world-class venue that has hosted celebrities like Prince Harry, Alice Cooper, sporting legends like Greg Chappell, Allan Border, Sir Richard Hadlee, Sir Bob Charles and the local Michael O’Connor, it is also welcoming to visitors every day.
Situated only a few minutes’ drive from Noosa Heads and its famous beaches, Noosa Springs has become a popular destination for golfing holidays. One reason is that everything is close at hand – golf, dining and accommodation.
If your partner isn’t a golfer, there are plenty of other attractions at Noosa Springs – tennis, a superb restaurant, fitness centre and a world-class spa, with facilities and treatments to relax the senses and nurture the body, mind and spirit.
Or why not join in one of the many special events including the Wine Down Skins Series and a Ladies Golf Series or the very popular A, B and C-grade championships held throughout the year. There is also a range of stay-and-play packages that offer remarkable value and during school holidays children play free.
FAMOUS FACE: Alice Cooper was spotted at Noosa Springs Golf Course.