The 18-hole layout at Marton Golf Club lies to the west of the small town of Marton in the Rangitikei district of Manawatu-Wanganui, less than ten kilometres from the sandy shoreline of South Taranaki Bight.
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.
Founded in 1968, the land on which the course at Whitford Park Golf Club is routed was once an ostrich farm. Today it’s a challenging 6,250-metre parkland test among specimen trees and streams.
Unique natural features abound on the Rotorua course, include bubbling mud pools, steam vents, sulphur mounds, steamy, warm water creeks and a huge thermal crater to the left of the 14th hole.
Occupying a narrow finger of land between the Pacific Ocean and Ohiwa Harbour, the course at Ohope International Golf Club is links-like in character and its mild, seaside location is ideal for golf.
The present day course at Remuera Golf Club has evolved through the years, with architectural input from a number of different sources.
The 1970s was St Clair Golf Club’s golden era, as it hosted the televised Otago Charity Classic for nine years from 1970.
Queenstown Golf Club was first formed in 1927, but it was not until 1973 that the club moved to its current home, the Kelvin Heights golf course...
In 2012, Harewood Golf Club upgraded their main course and they hired Greg Turner & Scott Macpherson who have completed a number of well-crafted redevelopments in the South Island.
Most famous as the golf club where Lydia Ko spent her teenage years, North Shore is a 27-hole parkland layout situated to the north of Auckland, with the more adventurous holes bordering Lucas Creek.