This Northern Module can be done as a trip on it’s own or combined with other Experience Golf Packages...
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This Northern Module can be done as a trip on it’s own or combined with other Experience Golf Packages.
Heading north, travel from Auckland to the Bay of Islands. The popular destination of Paihia in the Bay of Islands is a base for tourism in the area.
Continue to Matauri Bay where you will find Kauri Cliffs golf course. We have included a day to explore the Bay Of Islands.
From here, we you will make your way down the East Coast of the North Island where you will have sneak peak of New Zealand’s most spectacular coastlines. Mangawhai heads is not only a quintessential New Zealand Beach town, but also hosts two of NZ’s top 10 Golf Courses : Mangawhai Golf Club and Tara Iti.
Finish this module in our cosmopolitan city: Auckland where you can explore culture, food and most importantly, the fairways.
A cosmopolitan city where everyone lives within proximity to beautiful coastline, tramping trails and loads of holiday islands. Add a sun, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and some passionate cuisine, wine and shopping, and you’re beginning to get the picture of Auckland, New Zealand, our largest and most diverse city.
The PGA rated Gulf Harbour Country Club is one of those outstanding courses which builds the golfing experience gradually across the course of a round. Gulf Harbour offers spectacular finishing holes, ocean views and rolling terrain, all of which combine to make it one of the most exciting golfing experiences in New Zealand. Laid out across the Whangaparaoa Peninsula with panoramic views across the Waitemata Harbour, Gulf Harbour is just 40 minutes outside of Auckland’s thriving central business district.Transfer to Paihia
Dolphin Cruise to the hole in the rock.Cruise through the sheltered waters of the Bay of Islands on the dolphin seeker, a purpose built dolphin and what watching catamaran. Cruise past Cape Brett toward the majestic hole in the rock. Enjoy lunch at Urapukapuka, a tropical island with golden beaches and bush walks.
Kauri Cliffs features an immaculate 18 holes of golf designed by David Harman. 15 holes host spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, 6 of which are played alongside cliffs that plunge to the sea. Both the Cavalli Islands and Cape Brett provide an additional backdrop.
Ranked 36 in the World by Golf Digest
18-hole championship course, sand-based and considered one of NZ’s best. Fairways wind through natural parkland and wet areas, leading to large, undulating greens that are always true and fast. No. 2 hole from Blue Tees is rated a the toughest par 4 in New Zealand – a major reason why so many say “unbeatable!”, for the challenge it provides to golfers of all levels and for it’s exceptional standard of presentation all year round.
Ranked 7th in New Zealand 2016
Titirangi is ranked as one of New Zealand’s top courses and is the only one in the country designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie (Augusta, Cypress Point). MacKenzie’s designs are notable for their sensitivity to the nature of the original site and he is admired for producing holes that offer an ideal balance of risk and reward. The par 70 course features elevated tees and greens, challenging bunkers and slick greens with pronounced undulations. Its par 3s face the four points of the compass so no matter what the weather conditions, you experience a different test on each hole.
Ranked #1 in Auckland
A full day sightseeing in Auckland, visiting the skytower and taking a short ferry to Waiheke Island and have the afternoon at Man O War vineyard looking back over Auckland.