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Golf Australia Express : Issue 8
MEANDERING through an undulating beachfront of Fiji’s Coral Coast, the world- class Natadola Bay championship course blends beautifully with nature. Opening for play in 2009, the 6566-metre par-72 course has plenty of length, which means your tropical romp lasts that little bit longer (we prefer to take a ‘glass half- full’ approach). For an even greater challenge take on this track from the back pegs when the Coral Coast breezes pick up in the arvo—you’ll find this is one resort course with sharp teeth. But for those looking to play the course the tropical way—relaxed— one of the five tees on offer will suit your game. The course offers uninterrupted views of the white sands and coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean on almost every hole. With crashing waves and the sparkling blue water of the coral reefs bordering the golf course, you’re continually reminded you’re on one of the most stunning islands in the Pacific. Add brilliant green paspalum fairways framed by swaying coconut trees and Natadola Bay truly is a golfing paradise.