ROTORUA
NEW ZEALAND
Some describe Rotorua as the easiest place in the country to catch a fish. Because of the region�s excellent reputation, anglers from all over the world relish the prospect of visiting the Rotorua Lakes. Whatever your level of angling experience and skill, the Rotorua Lakes region offers an incredibly wide range of trout fishing opportunities. There are always fish biting somewhere in the district! Many of the lakes in the area are world renowned for the quality and size of fish.
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GOLF GUIDE - ROTORUA NEW ZEALAND
Rotorua New Zealand is home to one of the most unique tourism sites in the world. Aside from the breathtaking scenery of this volcanic wonderland, the 16 beautiful lakes in the region and the lush green of the abundant native flora, Rotorua is a geothermal paradise and the cultural heartland. Play golf, buy a map, hire a rental car, have an adventure. Rotorua accommodation from backpackers, bed and breakfast to luxury hotel and motel.
GOLF CLUBS

ROTORUA GOLF CLUB - Arikikapakapa

One of New Zealand's leading golf courses
Situated in picturesque Whakarewarewa, Arikikapakapa is a full 18 hole all-weather links-style golf course with easy walking and an excellent Golfing layout.We have a fully equipped professional golf shop with golf club, golf trundler and electric golf cart hire. The Rotorua (New Zealand) Golf Club is close to major Rotorua hotels and motels, and right next door to the Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve and Te Puia.Visitors are welcome - you can reserve your tee-time, and after your golf round take advantage of our fully licenced bar, restaurant, changing room and showers
Rotorua Golf Club



SPRINGFIELD GOLF CLUB
Springfield Golf Club is located in central Rotorua, Devon Street West. Springfield is the only championship course in Rotorua. The course measures at 5639 meters from the blue tees (championship) and 4948 meters from the yellow tees (ladies). The men's club tees (white) play 5434 meters long. The course par 70 mens (72 ladies) might be short but it still offers a great challenge Springfield is known for its extremely tight fairways (one measuring only 8 meters wide) and its vast amount of trees.
The need for a second 18 hole golf course in the late 1930's prompted a group of local golfers (mostly playing on the 9 hole course at the government gardens) to look for suitable land close to town on which to establish a new club. On 13 November 1947 a meeting was held and the new club was to be known as Springfield Golf Club. It was then up to the committee to find suitable land on which to establish a new course. It was seven months of, at times, frustrating negotiations before a satisfactory lease was finalised. The land at first was swampy and covered in barberry, gorse, broom and farm fencing. It took many years for the initial laying out of the course and this was done by an enthusiastic team of volunteers. This is the area in play today. In 1967 a new $50,000 clubhouse was opened and in 1973 an automatic water system was installed around each of the greens.
Over the years, the Club has been privileged to host some prestigious golf tournaments, including NZGA Men's Amateur Championship, NZ Junior Boys, NZ Maori Tournament, NZ Ladies Amateur plus The Tower Inter-provincials.

Springfield Golf Club



WAIRAKEI INTERNATIONAL GOLF COURSE
Wairakei International Golf Course - rated by the Prestigious US Golf Digest magazine to be in the top 100 courses in the world outside of the USA in 2005. Located in the heart of the North Island and set amongst the spectacular scenery of the Lake Taupo region, is the Wairakei International Golf Course.Designed by Commander John Harris, Michael Wolveridge and Peter Thomson with the aim of producing New Zealand's first internationally recognised golf course, there is little doubt in any New Zealanders mind that this trio exceeded all expectations. The end result is a course that sprawls over 450 acres of natural countryside. This coupled with the 6444 metres from the championship tees and 108 large well placed bunkers has led to worldwide acclaim.The course and facilities are open to the public 364 days of the year. Our team of staff have vast experience in hosting corporate events and providing a friendly atmosphere with a touch of New Zealand hospitality.
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Kaingaroa Golf Club
An all weather flat 9 hole course with 11 greens, doubles as airstrip. Narrow greens require accuracy
.Affiliate Green Fees $6, $3 with Guide
Non-Affiliate Green Fees $6, $3 with Guide
Middle Road
Kaingaroa Forest Village, via Rotorua
New Zealand
Ph: 07 366 9845
Email: laingwhanau@xtra.co.nz


Kawerau Golf Club
The best kept secret in the Bay. Picturesque, well groomed course with mountain views and bird life.
NZ Affiliates & Overseas Green Fees $15, $10 with Guide
NZ Non-Affiliates Green Fees $15 (no savings with Guide)
Cobham Drive
PO Box 82, KAWERAU
New Zealand
Ph: 07 323 7095
Email: kaweraugolf@xtra.co.nz


Lake View Golf Club
Spectacular, panoramic views of Lake Rotorua and surrounding scenery. A great 18 holes to test your golf.
Affiliate Green Fees $25, $20 with Guide
Non-Affiliate Green Fees $35, $25 with Guide
International Green Fees $45, $40 with Guide
State Highway 5
PO Box 968, ROTORUA
New Zealand
Ph: 07 357 2343
Email: lakeview.golf@paradise.net.nz


Murupara Golf Club
Flat but challenging 18 hole course alongside the Rangitikei River
Affiliate Green Fees $10, $7 with Guide
Non-Affiliate Green Fees $20, $15 with Guide
Golf Road, Murupara
New Zealand
Ph: 07 366 5318


Waikite Valley Golf Club

Challenging 9 hole, 18 tee course opposite Waikite thermal pools so you can soak and dine after golf.
Affiliate Green Fees $10, $7 with Guide
Non-Affiliate Green Fees $10, $7 with Guide
Waikite Valley Road, RD 1, Rotorua
New Zealand
Ph: 07 333 8761
Email: judithandcolin@xtra.co.nz

ROTORUA - NEW ZEALAND'S VOLCANIC WONDERLAND