The Pearl Golf Course, Pacific Harbour

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Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
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Spend an afternoon on the green at The Pearl Golf Course, an 18-hole course set amidst the rainforest. Challenges include water hazards at 12 of the holes, but players of all skill levels are encouraged to try this adventurous course. The attraction also offers a driving range where you can practice your swing and a pro shop. If golf is not your thing, enjoy the outdoor pool, pool tables, bar, and quality restaurant. Add The Pearl Golf Course to your Pacific Harbour travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Pacific Harbour trip planning app.
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  • Where else but Fiji can you finish your round and grab a drink, only to be joined for a chat by the greenkeeper, shop attendant and local golf pro? They explained that during COVID the members had to....  more
    Where else but Fiji can you finish your round and grab a drink, only to be joined for a chat by the greenkeeper, shop attendant and local golf pro? They explained that during COVID the members had to....  more »
  • Championship golf course, why can’t they cut the grass. Could be a great experience if they took the time and effort to maintain to an acceptable standard. 
    Championship golf course, why can’t they cut the grass. Could be a great experience if they took the time and effort to maintain to an acceptable standard.  more »
  • Beautiful place for vacation I don’t get al lot of people putting negative comments about it. It’s the island people that’s what you want to experience 
    Beautiful place for vacation I don’t get al lot of people putting negative comments about it. It’s the island people that’s what you want to experience  more »
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  • Where else but Fiji can you finish your round and grab a drink, only to be joined for a chat by the greenkeeper, shop attendant and local golf pro? They explained that during COVID the members had to take over the upkeep of the course, and as tourists are still few and far between the staff only have one slasher (can mow only 3 holes per day). So the fairways are overgrown and it can be hard to find your ball. Take your sense of adventure, some spare balls and bathing costume (there's a pool) and you'll have a ball! The jungle setting is unique. Be prepared lose balls, and just relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings!
  • Sadly it has seen better days but it’s a nice course. In need of much tender care around the place, but that would need investment or more people to join and play. Has a feel, when I played, of UK in Autumn…too many leaves.
  • Played first 9 holes on a dry hot day The course is a good layout and interesting. Generally the greens and approaches are very nice. But the whole place needs money spent on maintenance and keeping it tidy. Vegetation is overgrown, structures are falling apart, some bunkers are like clay pits, hire trundlers are ancient, and it needs more drainage. Also we couldn't hire a cart despite the course not being busy - we then saw a workshop with about 30 carts which the staff said were out of operation. If you end up walking you'll find there is not enough shade or places for a rest - important in the heat!! It has a driving range which could be good but it's not in use. Club rooms could be nice for a beer and swim but the pool is green and bar rarely open. Overall it could be a great course but needs more money and possibly better oversight.
  • Great golf course, very well managed. The views around the course are amazing and add to the great golfing experience. Offers a nice driving range with cheap rates for ball-buckets. Visitors are more than welcome to come and try out the facility. They offer great golf-carts but no caddies to accompany you around. The course cafe offers good food and drinks as well. Great place to spend the day specially with the Pacific Harbour resorts just across the road.
  • 18 holes par 72 6000m. Good design by Robert Trent Jnr. Unfortunately no money spent on the course in recent years. The first nine holes are very wet. Plugged and muddy balls means picking and placing. Back nine a bit drier but you still don't get any run on the ball. So the course plays much longer. The greens are slow, I would guess about 6 or 7. Clubs available to hire. Visitors welcome. Prices very reasonable. Not very busy.

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