Kauri Cliffs Lodge

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Matauri Bay Rd, Kerikeri, 0455, New Zealand
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Costs 26% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Solo100
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Great Golf Courses for every Budget

by Kakapo2

I am no golf player (still too fit and young LOL) - but I can tell you that there are great golf courses all over New Zealand. And you can play nearly everywhere by paying the green fee.

Here are two websites where you can check out the locations where you want to travel:

http://www.nzgolf.net/
http://www.golfguide.co.nz/

(The Golf Guide lists lots of clubs, not just the courses, and also lists the green fees, so you get an idea how much the playing alone costs.)

Kauri Cliffs in the Bay of Islands is one of the most famous ones in the country, and if you have a look at the website you understand why. I just see that it as rated the world's number 58 golf course in 2005:

http://www.kauricliffs.nzgolf.net/

The Cape Kidnappers Course on the East Coast is even rated higher (27):

http://www.capekidnappers.nzgolf.net/

In the Auckland area Gulf Harbour is the most famous one:

http://www.gulfharbour.nzgolf.net/

It hosted the NZ Open in 2005 and 2006 (then moved down to Christchurch and Queenstown).

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golfing on the northern island

by fandonie

Hey!i will be on the northern island in november with my dad,who loves playing golf.
does anyone has any ideas?
i want to "give"it to him as a birthday present and never played it in my whole life....
HELP!!!

Re: golfing on the northern island

by Kakapo2

I am no golf player (still too fit and young LOL) - but I can tell you that there are great golf courses all over New Zealand. And you can play nearly everywhere by paying the green fee.

Here are two websites where you can check out the locations where you want to travel:

http://www.nzgolf.net/
http://www.golfguide.co.nz/

(The Golf Guide lists lots of clubs, not just the courses, and also lists the green fees, so you get an idea how much the playing alone costs.)

Kauri Cliffs in the Bay of Islands is one of the most famous ones in the country, and if you have a look at the website you understand why. I just see that it as rated the world's number 58 golf course in 2005:

http://www.kauricliffs.nzgolf.net/

The Cape Kidnappers Course on the East Coast is even rated higher (27):

http://www.capekidnappers.nzgolf.net/

In the Auckland area Gulf Harbour is the most famous one:

http://www.gulfharbour.nzgolf.net/

It hosted the NZ Open in 2005 and 2006 (then moved down to Christchurch and Queenstown).

I would just check out some of the locations where you want to go and see which golf course is at the most spectacular location. I think this is what it is all about if you want to make a special gift.

Re: golfing on the northern island

by fandonie

Thanks a lot!
I will check this out.
***
Anna

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Address: Matauri Bay Rd, Kerikeri, 0455, New Zealand