New Zealand Golf is now
recognized as one of the world’s best and is
considered an ideal venue for a golf holiday or
tour. The golf courses in New Zealand are so
breathtakingly spectacular that they make for
splendid golf tours.
The Carrington Club golf course’s unique feature is
that, even though it has an ocean side location, it
plays and looks like a golf course located inland,
inclusive of rolling hills, natural water hazards,
The resulting effect is that of a
demanding play of a gently sloping inland golf
course and yet with the scenic ocean views of its
location by the sea.
One of the country’s most scenic regions, the Bay of
Islands, currently has a world class golf course.
Undoubtedly, it is one of the world’s most awesome and
beautifully designed golf courses to be built in the past 20
Splendid finishing holes, rolling terrain, ocean views, and
the fact that it is being designed by Robert Trent Jones II,
one of the great designers of golf courses in the world, all
come together to give the Gulf Harbour Country Club the
distinction of being one of New Zealand’s most spectacular
The Formosa Golf Resort located in the Beach lands
district of Auckland , New Zealand was developed as
a global Professional Golfer’s Association (PGA)
standard, eighteen-hole golf course and resort
It is included in the list of the World’s
Finest Golf Clubs and was the setting for the New
Zealand Open in 1998.
One of the newest golf resorts in New Zealand is he
It is located in the immaculate
Coromandel Peninsula just ninety minutes away from
Situated on a sun-drenched valley
encircled by forests, this over six thousand meter
par seventy one layout is both demanding and
rewarding for golfers of all levels.
The place is stunning visually and its surroundings contain
a large amount of local marshland wildlife in this unspoiled
The Wairakei International was constructed in 1970 by the
Government of New Zealand’s Tourist Hotel Corporation.
Spanning over four hundred fifty acres of natural
gently sloping land, its design was supervised by an
impressive amalgamation of architects of golf
courses never seen before this time. Michael
Wolveridge, Commander John Harris, and Peter
Thompson (British Open 5-time winner), all united to
come up with New Zealand 's 1st internationally
recognized championship golf course.
Sitting above the towering cliffs is Cape Kidnappers
whose every hole presents a spectacular view of the
Pacific Ocean. Portions of the design included many
picturesque fairways alongside the cliff top edge,
with greens located where any ball which misses
badly will sink into the ocean.
Playable all year round, the course winds around a sequence
of lakes fed by springs and streams filled with trout with
several unhindered views of the magnificent Southern Alps.
There are 4 tee positions to fit players of all levels. You
can relax in the Lakes Restaurant or Sprig Bar which
overlook the eighteenth after the game.