Steeped in history and surrounded by breathtaking scenery, New Zealand’s 14 world-class Marquee Courses are on every avid golfer’s bucket list.
No country has seen its golf courses improve more over the past 20 years than New Zealand.
Super stars of the New Zealand golfing landscape, Marquee Courses are designed by world-class architects such as Tom Doak, Dr Alister MacKenzie, Robert Trent Jones Jnr and Jack Nicklaus. Strategically located near snow-capped mountains or isolated coastal stretches (and in some cases both) these world-class courses provide a superb natural backdrop for a round of golf.
Marquee golf courses are selected based on their location, scenery, architectural merit and ability to meet the expectations of a travelling golfer. Some courses come complete with five-star accommodation and cuisine and are surrounded by a cluster of Experience Golf Courses that showcase the local culture and country charm of New Zealand.
Kauri Cliffs is a par 72 championship golf course with ocean views from 15 holes. Ranked in the world top 100. PGA Tour star Brandt Snedeker called it "Pebble Beach on steroids".See more
Cape Kidnappers features eighteen holes of golf designed by world renowned golf architect Tom Doak. Completed in 2004, our spectacular New Zealand golf course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf.See more
The Clearwater Golf Course has proven itself as a venue for international professional golf over 13 consecutive years, yet it offers a fair and rewarding challenge to all visitors from the six tee choices.See more
Wainui is your one stop destination to eat fine foods, play golf on one of the finest golf courses in New Zealand and meet friends, new and old alike.See more
New Zealand’s only Alister MacKenzie-designed golf course. Titirangi is a world-class golf course situated in a beautiful bushland setting between the lower slopes of the Waitakere Ranges and the Manukau Harbour. Founded in 1909.See more
The host of 12 New Zealand Opens, Paraparaumu Beach is considered by many to be the spiritual home of New Zealand golf. The course that tamed the Tiger in 2002, this is links golf at its purest.See more
Wairakei lies on 180 hectares of natural rolling countryside, 6460 metres from championship tees with 108 large well placed bunkers and was developed to meet the rigorous design standards required for world-class championship competitions.See more
Voted the Best Golf Resort in New Zealand for several years at the World Travel Awards. Host of the New Zealand Open, this golf course is a must play for every golfer.See more