Kauri Cliffs, Wairakei International Golf Course, Kinloch Golf Club & Cape Kidnappers
Enjoy a round of golf at Kauri Cliffs. A magnificent golf course set high on the cliff tops with panoramic sea vistas for 180 degrees. This course is reminiscent of Pebble Beach. 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. The par 72 championship golf course measures 7,119 yards/ 6,510 metres and offers five sets of tees to challenge every skill level. Designed and built by David Harman of Golf Course Consultants, the course has it all - length, variety, and unique challenges!
Enjoy a round of golf at Wairakei International Golf Course. The course lies in 450 acres of natural rolling countryside and was developed to meet the rigorous design standards required for world class championship competition. The Wairakei Geothermal Park is a place of majestic beauty and this championship golf course like no other is situated against this impressive backdrop. The natural contours coupled with 6414 metres of championship tees and 180 bunkers have led to world acclaim.
Enjoy a round of golf at the Kinloch Golf Club. Designed by the legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus, this eighteen hole signature golf course provides a true links experience like no other. A stunning backdrop of Lake Taupo to the south and the Kinloch hills to the east creates a unique ambiance that is rarely experienced anywhere else in the world. Included in the Top 100 Courses in the World for 2011, the unique character of the course will challenge every aspect of your game.
Enjoy a round of golf at Cape Kidnappers, a simply stunning Tom Doak designed golf course. This is the sister course to Kauri Cliffs in the Bay of Islands. Opened in 2004 the course measures 119 yards (6,510 meters) and has a par of 71, the course will challenge golfers of all skill levels. The goal in designing the course was to create interesting holes you wouldn't find anywhere else. That wasn't hard to do at Cape Kidnappers, because the site is not like anywhere else in golf. It's an overwhelming experience to stand up on the cliffs, 140 meters above sea level, and look out across the waves far below in the Hawke’s Bay.
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