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9 Best Golf Resorts in Fiji

9 Best Golf Resorts in Fiji

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The Top Resorts in Fiji with a Golf Course

Looking for your next golfing getaway? Golf in paradise at Fiji’s tropical courses, ranging from a laidback 9 holes to 18-hole championship affairs. What’s more, many of Fiji’s best golf courses can be found within the grounds of lavish resorts. Discover all of the resorts with golf courses in this list of the best golf resorts in Fiji.

For more golf talk, head to The Complete Guide to Golf in Fiji, while more resorts can be seen in The Top 50 Resorts in Fiji.

1. InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

One of the largest and most lucrative resorts in Fiji, the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa not only lines the Coral Coast’s famous Natadola Bay but is home to one of the most prestigious golf courses in Fiji. Tee off at the 18-hole par-72 course boasting lush undulating fairways and impressive Polynesian architecture at its clubhouse. As for the rest of the complex, guests are spoiled for choice with bars, casual dining and fine dining venues, a spa, kids’ clubs and swimming pools. Check out more options like this in the 6 Best Luxury Resorts on the Coral Coast.

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2. Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa

Another option on the Coral Coast, Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa offers five-star luxury across the entirety of Yacuna Island. The Executive Golf Course at the resort was designed by British Open winner Peter Thomson and is just one of the aspects to enjoy here. Stay in one of three wings, with families in the Yacuna Wing, to couples and others enjoy the more peaceful Reef and Ocean Wings.

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3. The Pearl Resort

Despite being more like a hotel than a resort, The Pearl Resort still hosts one of the top golf courses in Fiji. Stay in one of their contemporary ocean, marina or garden-view rooms or treat yourself to one of their luxury penthouses. In between, play on the green pastures of The Pearl Golf & Country Club with many obstacles making for a challenging yet fun play. The course is another spectacular 18-hole par-72 course in Fiji with 6,843 yards/6,285m of playable area. Find this resort on the Pacific Harbour.

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4. Laucala Island

This private island covering 12km² (5 miles²) is famously one of the most luxurious retreats in Fiji with a rate mostly attracting the rich and famous. Regardless, the championship par-72 course set among the island’s established coconut plantation might just entice you. Famously, par 5 12th has a laneway extending onto the beach, giving you more of a challenge at high tide. Laucala Island also has 25 Fijian-style bures, five restaurants, a private airstrip and a wealth of activities and wellness experiences. Find Laucala Island just off the coast of Taveuni.

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5. Koro Sun Resort

Looking for a resort that ticks all the boxes? You can’t go too far wrong with Koro Sun Resort, catering to all types of travellers while each group does not disturb the other. One of the resort’s highlights, set among the tropical jungles of Vanua Levu, is the 9-hole course. The course is a pitch n’ putt-style course that’s not to be taken too seriously. Stay in either a variety of bures among lush rainforest or in one of the Edgewater Floating Bures on the lagoon.

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6. Plantation Island Resort

Set in the idyllic Mamanuca Islands, Plantation Island Resort makes it impossible to get bored with scuba diving, surfing, a kids’ club, a waterpark, a teens’ club, a spa, helicopter tours and much more. Among its offering is its own laidback island-style golf course with 9 holes and around 2,000 yards/1830m to enjoy. What’s more, the golf course has its very own clubhouse with an open-air bar.

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9 Best Golf Resorts in Fiji© Plantation Island Resort

7. Wakaya Club & Spa

Find complete luxury, as well as your golf fix, on the private island resort of the Wakaya Club & Spa. With 10 bures and two luxury villas on an otherwise verdant 2,200acres/809ha forested and farmland island, your stay here will feel utterly exclusive. Winding through a coconut grove on the island, the 9-hole pitch n’ putt golf course offers a great challenge for guests. Other highlights include tennis courts and a luxurious day spa. See more like this in the 5 Best Luxury Accommodations in the Lomaiviti Islands.

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8. Namale Resort & Spa

Enjoy stunning vistas from the hilltops of a 9-hole golf course at the Namale Resort & Spa on Vanua Levu. The course features a fun challenge hole, while the resort provides all the equipment you’ll need in its all-inclusive package. As for the rest of the resort, it is nestled among tropical rainforest, consisting of 19 luxury bures, two restaurants and one of the most prestigious spas in Fiji. See more resorts like this in 6 Best Adult-Only Resorts on Vanua Levu.

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9. Novotel Nadi

Not too far away from Fiji’s international airport is the Novotel Nadi. Get your golfing getaway off to the right start (or end) with a game on the hotel’s short but certainly sweet golf course offering a fun challenge on a steep slope. Wrap up your game with a refreshing beverage or Pacific cuisine at the on-site Talei Restaurant. The hotel is ideal for groups, families and couples with a range of rooms sleeping up to four people. See more accommodations like this in the 10 Best Hotels in Nadi.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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