5 Golf Courses to Visit This SummerAuckland · 5 Items · Debanjali Sarkar
Handpicked by a Auckland Local Expert, we bring you our guide to '5 Golf Courses to Visit This Summer'.
Once Bobby Jones said,- “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots, you get good breaks from bad shots but you have to play the ball where it lies.” So do you want to have an experience of life by playing Golf in the heart of 'Auckland'? We have picked 5 Golf Courses that you can visit this summer. Are you ready for another game?
With views over the Waitemata Harbour, the Gulf Harbour Country Club is consistently rated among the top five courses in New Zealand. The course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr builds to challenging and spectacular final holes which both challenge the skills and offer superb views across the ocean. The club is open to guest players from both around New Zealand and internationally and guest...More info
Titirangi golf course is one of the best in New Zealand located between the Waitakere Ranges and Manukau Harbour, Founded in 1919, the course is the only one in New Zealand designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie who also designed courses including Royal Melbourne and Augusta. The par-70 course provides a challenge to even the best golfers and has played host to many major tournaments including the...More info
Howick Golf Club welcomes all visitors to its spectacular 18-hole golf course, just a 40-minute drive from Auckland. Set on Bucklands Beach Peninsula, Howick Golf Club has made good use of the natural terrain and created a stunning 18-hole golf course, with greens stretching right out to the cliff edges of the peninsula. Even if it’s not your best game, it may turn out to be your most memorab...More info
Set near native bush and rolling park land, the golf course at Pupuke is a challenge to any golfer. Established in 1914, the club is one of the oldest in Auckland and players need to plenty of skill to negotiate the course that, although not long, is technically challenging. The course meanders through the woods and opens to beautiful views of the Hauraki Gulf. The Centennial Park recreation...More info
For golfers in Auckland, it is hard to beat the Pukekohe Golf Club. In a city known for its ever-changing, but often wet, weather, Pukekohe offers the driest course in the area. Since the greens do not get boggy, and are sheltered from much of the winds that pass the area, a great game can be played all year-round. The tee options are varied, allowing players of different skill levels to enj...More info