Manawatu is a very pleasant parkland course laid out on a compact, 110-acre site between a lagoon, Massey University College of Education, and the Manawatu River.
Fourteen holes at Chisholm Links Golf Club sit amongst the dunes behind St Kilda Beach, with the stretch from 8 to 11 climbing up to a magnificent headland wedged between two beaches.
Wanganui Golf Club has played host to many national tournaments, most notably the New Zealand Open on seven occasions between 1911 and 1978.
Windross Farm came into being when the members of Manukau Golf Club decided to sell their course to property developers, and relocate to a potato farm in Ardmore, 6 kilometres inland from their original home.
The Christchurch Golf Club has a history stretching back to 1873 and according to our records it's the second oldest golf club in New Zealand.
Pegasus Golf & Sports Club may be the new golf course on the block (opened for play in Dec 2009) but it has already hosted the Pegasus New Zealand Women’s Open twice.
Located alongside 90 Mile Beach, the fairways of Kaitaia Golf Club’s links course fan out along the shores of the long, sandy coastline, offering panoramic views across to Shipwreck Bay and the Tasman Sea beyond.
The 550 acres of the Terrace Downs Resort are set in the foothills of the Southern Alps, an hour’s drive from Christchurch, on the edge of the Canterbury Plains.
Occupying a beautiful 130-acre coastal site between the small towns of Waipu and Ruakaka, the Uretiti Links course at Waipu Golf Club overlooks the islands of Taranga and Little Alice in Bream Bay…
In 1893, the first New Zealand Amateur Championship was staged at Otago, and the Golf Club has hosted this tournament on ten further occasions.