Kauri Cliffs GC- Hole 7

 

New Zealand is a favourite holiday destination of Australians and Americans alike . The scenery is both spectacular and unique , and the people  are most welcoming . And New Zealand has an increasing number of wonderful golf courses some of which are rated amongst the best in the world .

At The Travelling Golfer we can tailor an itinerary for The North Island in terms of courses, accommodation, length of trip and budget to provide a wonderful golfing holiday.

The choice is yours!

 

Golf courses worthy of consideration include:

  • Kauri Cliffs
  • Titirangi
  • Cape Kidnappers
  • Kinloch
  • Wairakei International
  • Gulf Harbour
  • Formosa
  • Paraparaumu Beach
  • Royal Wellington

 

 

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The Courses

 

Titirangi Golf Course

Titirangi is a world-class golf course situated in a beautiful bushland setting between the lower slopes of the Waitakere Ranges and the Manukau Harbour. Founded in 1909, it is a private members club but offers limited playing opportunities for New Zealand and overseas visitors.

Titirangi is ranked as one of New Zealand's top courses and is the only one in the country designed by Dr. Alister MacKenzie.

 

 

Kauri Cliffs 

Kauri Cliffs was designed and built by David Harman of Golf Course Consultants, Orlando, Florida. The par 72 championship golf course measures 7,119 yards/ 6,510 metres and offers five sets of tees to challenge every skill level. Fifteen holes view the Pacific Ocean, six of which are played alongside cliffs which plunge to the sea. The beautiful inland holes wind through marsh, forest and farmland. Kauri Cliffs is currently ranked #80 in the world on the Golf Magazine World Top 100 list.

 

photo WairakeiWairakei International

The Wairakei Geothermal Park is a place of majestic beauty. It was against this impressive backdrop that leading British Golf Course Architect Commander John Harris saw potential to create a championship golf course like no other.

Skirting the edges of active geothermal fields he used the volcanic contours to sculpt fairways, elevate tees and greens and bury hazards within the natural landscape.

Cape Kidnappers

Designed by legendary golf architect Tom Doak, the Cape Kidnappers par 71 golf course measures 7,119 yards (6,510 meters) and will challenge golfers of all skill levels.

Completed in 2004, our spectacular New Zealand golf course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf. Cape Kidnappers golf course is currently ranked the 33rd best golf course in the world by Golf Magazine.

photo KinlochKinloch

a Jack Nicklaus designed course. It's a links style design, yet it's not on the water, but in a valley setting surrounded by farmland. The course was interesting, and unlike links golf, had a number of greens protected by bunkers in front, requiring an aerial attack, rather than the bump and run. The challenge to the course is once on the smallish greens, they're highly undulating. The front's a nice warm-up for the more visually attractive and challenging backside. Nice course and environment overall, part of a real estate development that has yet to take off. The course can be set up to play from 5300 yards to 7316 yards.

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