Fiji is not known as a golfing destination. To be honest, Hawaii would be your Pacific Island of choice if golfing was your primary reason for a tropical vacation. However, there are a handful of courses on the main island of Viti Levu, ranging from municipal (Fiji golf club, Suva), to resort (Denarau Island) and championship (Natadola Beach).
July 2015. The three top courses are Denarau (managed by Sheraton), Natadola Beach (next to Intercontinental resort, a forty minute drive for Nadi) and the Pearl (managed by Pearl resort, Pacific Harbour) A two Hour drive from Nadi. As you would expect, resort guests get discounted green fee rates, so you may want to consider that when booking your accommodation. However, they are all open to the general public so if you only want to have one or two rounds during your stay, it might be cheaper to stay elsewhere and pay the full green fees.
If you are looking for Cheep Cheep you will not beat the Nadi Air Port Golf Club. Green Fees $30 for 19 Holes
The Nadi Air Port Golf Club Is down on Wailoaloa beach, a twenty minute drive from Nadi. This is where you will see all the back
packers hanging out. The last 200Mt of the road is all most 4x4 country. The club
house is right beside the water but, the club house is in a shocking condition
and as for the food, DO not touch, let along eat.
The greens are quite good, with the ocean views and the Air NZ and Fiji air way flying over head it makes for an interesting day out for the loose change in your pocket. You can hire a golf cart and clubs, if you can call them golf clubs, but I was told there are expecting new clubs to arrive soon
Monday to Friday 11am - 6 pm
Saturday 9 am - 6pm
Sunday 10 am - 6pm
18 Holes $ 30
9 Holes $20
Golf Clubs $30
Golf Cart $30
10 Balls $10
Plus the cheapest Fiji gold in Nagi at $5.50 for a Short neck, most bottle shops charge $6.65
As for the food form there restaurant ,take a look into the kitchen before you buy.