The course at Nelson Golf Club has been gradually evolving, and in recent years over 450 trees have been felled, revealing a more traditional links layout that was obscured for years.
Located between the dormant volcano of Mount Taranaki and the Tasman Sea, the tree-lined fairways of the Ngamotu course at New Plymouth Golf Club are laid out along the stunning coastline...
In 1893, the first New Zealand Amateur Championship was staged at Otago, and the Golf Club has hosted this tournament on ten further occasions.
Host to twelve New Zealand Opens, the first in 1959, Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club is a New Zealand household name.
According to the history, Poverty Bay Golf Club was founded in 1893 and is the fifth oldest golf club in New Zealand and the second oldest on the North Island...
The present day course at Remuera Golf Club has evolved through the years, with architectural input from a number of different sources.
In 2017, Royal Auckland Golf Club merged with Grange Golf Club to create a new club called Royal Auckland and Grange. Land on both sides of the original courses was sold to finance a new clubhouse and a 27-hole Nicklaus Design layout, the first 18 new holes are due to open in late 2019.
Wellington Golf Club – as it was known until it gained “Royal” status in 2004 – dates back to 1895, when a group of like-minded golfers established a golfing society.
With many holes lined by avenues of stately trees, Russley is a delightful course and, according to folklore, the key to a good score is "Medio Tutissimus Ibis".
The 1970s was St Clair Golf Club’s golden era, as it hosted the televised Otago Charity Classic for nine years from 1970.