Inside Golf and the Radisson Resort Gold Coast are offering readers the chance to win a two night holiday at one of Queensland’s premier resorts.
Up for grabs is a two-night stay in a Radisson Resort Gold Coast Ultima Suite family room (for two adults and two children), including breakfast and a complimentary family pass to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Only metres away from Palm Meadows Golf Course – and a short stroll to the Driving Range — the Radisson Resort Gold Coast is convenient to world-class championship golf courses including Lakelands, The Colonial, Robina Woods and The Glades. Radisson guests are offered discounted green fees on all courses and shuttle bus transfers are available.
Stay at Radisson Resort Gold Coast and enjoy all the facilities including two swimming pools, day and night tennis courts, a day spa and fitness centre, complimentary internet and free car parking. Dine at the award-winning Chelos at Radisson Restaurant and Bar or relax with a drink in Rex Lounge.
Radisson Resort Gold Coast is a 10-minute drive from Broadbeach, exciting entertainment and shopping precincts, the casino, two major sports stadiums and golden beaches. Shuttle bus transfers to these destinations and the Gold Coast’s famous theme parks are available daily.
The resort offers a range of golfing and leisure packages for families and couples, social golfers and corporate groups. For more information and bookings visit www.radisson.com/goldcoastau or phone 07 5555 7700
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER IS: Graham Halton, Newcastle
About the Author (Author Profile)Richard Fellner is the Group Editor of Inside Golf Magazine. Winner of multiple Australian Golf Media Awards -- including "Best Column" in 2011-2012--he has played and reviewed courses all over the world, and has interviewed the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson. He has been interviewed by Channel7 News, ABC News Radio, Melbourne Talk Radio 1377, 2GB and many other outlets worldwide. Originally from the US (but now a proud Melburnian) Richard is a true Golf Tragic -- having played the game for over 35 years (but has never gotten any better.) Follow Richard Fellner on Quora
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