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Golf Guide for Whangarei, New Zealand
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Nothing like playing golf on a beautiful course right next to a world famous beach. Kaitaia Golf Course is situated at Ahipara, Ninety Mile Beach which is only 15 minutes west of Kaitaia. The Course, a True 18 Hole All Weather Links Course, one of the best in New Zealand, with undulating fairways and excellent greens. The course runs parallel to the famous Ninety Mile Beach with magnificent views looking out over the Tasman Sea and the enormous sand dunes at Reef Point. After you have enjoyed your game, you can relax in the comfort of the Clubhouse and experience the friendliness of our members. Experience the fresh sea air with no crowds.
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Kauri Cliffs was designed and built by David Harman of Golf Course Consultants, Orlando, Florida. The par 72 championship golf course measures 7,119 yards/ 6,510 metres and offers five sets of tees to challenge every skill level. Fifteen holes view the Pacific Ocean, six of which are played alongside cliffs which plunge to the sea. The beautiful inland holes wind through marsh, forest and farmland.
The golf complex includes a world-class practice range, putting and chipping greens, a well stocked golf shop, and ladies’ and mens’ locker rooms. Callaway ladies’ and mens’ rental clubs are available.
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Would you like to host clients to your own golf tournament, an event that has your brand on it?
Or are you looking for a venue with a difference to hold a team-building seminar etc, then you should consider the Mangawhai Golf Club as a venue. Our Course and facilities are now held in very high regard. Add to this our close location to Auckland (only 90 minutes drive) superb beaches only a few minutes from the Club and it’s the perfect spot for your corporate event. We can offer exclusive use of our facilities, at mutually convenient times, and, in conjunction with your ideas and requirements we will facilitate and manage a unique and cost effective event. Helicopter landing pad immediately adjacent to the Clubhouse. Ample parking for coaches and cars.
Mangawhai Golf Club


The Northland Golf Clubis a par 71, 18 hole courselocated 3km North of the Kamo Traffic lights. It is setin a peaceful rural valley with many native trees and bird life. Of average length it provides a scenic and challenging test for all levels of golf, all year round. The course is open for green fee players most days and visitors arewelcome to join our weekdaymens and ladies "Haggle".

Northland Golf Club

Sherwood Park, a predominantly flat, but very testing course, is set among beautiful groves of native trees, complemented by natural stone walls, some 7km outside Whangarei on the main road to Dargaville. The venue of the 2002 Tower interprovincial tournament, it was fully irrigated in 2002 at a cost of around quarter of a million dollars, making it at that time the only such club course in Northland.The secluded setting provides the ideal atmosphere for a relaxing yet challenging round, and visitors can be sure of a warm welcome.

Sherwood Park Golf Club

The Waitangi Course not only provides an exciting and ever changing challenge to the golfer but also the most tremendous panorama of sea and island views over the Bay of Islands and Russell, river and estuary views over Waitangi and Opua and rolling bush and forest views inland over Mount Bledisloe and Puketona. These views are complemented by well groomed greens and fairways surrounded by areas of flowering native trees which provide sanctuary for many varieties of native birds.
As many visiting golfers, particularly those from overseas, claim Waitangi is truly millionaires country for all to enjoy.In 1932 the then Governor General of New Zealand, Lord Bledisloe and his wife Lady Bledisloe purchased just over one thousand acres of land on the Waitangi Peninsular and donated it to the inhabitants of New Zealand as a place of historic interest and recreational enjoyment for their benefit and use in perpetuity. This land is known as the Waitangi National Trust and is now administered and managed under the terms of the original gift by the Waitangi National Trust Board.

Waitangi Golf Club


Way back in 1907 the forerunner of Whangarei Golf Club was established. Called the Marsden Golf Club, it was set up between the Waiaohia stream and the western hills on a property owned by O.E. Weaver. Although those early pioneers "got weaving", so to speak, they were thwarted by wetness, wandering cows and belligerent bulls while the fashion in golf footwear were gumboots.

The club shifted to Hunter and Wilson's sale yards in 1910. But this venue was also temporary and in 1916 Mt Denby, an area of 132 acres, was leased.

The official re-naming of the old Marsden name came about in 1917. The club today owes a debt of gratitude to frisky cattle which forced a move from the old sale yards. Yet the trials and tribulations associated with creating a really good golf course were still in the hand-wringing stage. The property at Mt Denby was a wilderness of gorse with the only semblance of a fairway being a paddock near that famous double Norfolk Pine which became the club's landmark. Perhaps its natural V for Victory sign stimulated the officials' continuing determination despite the fact that they still were required to host ten cows and two horses. But more land was brought into line as time went by until Mt Denby possessed twelve holes.

In 1930 a decision was made to proceed with an eighteen hole layout. Gradually a course emerged that became the pride of Northland in golfing circles. When you first drive in past the welcoming sign you will see no evidence of the almost 75 year war with nature. Instead you will enjoy a remarkably beautiful golf course with some very tight driving holes and some narrow approaches into superb greens.
Whangarei Golf Club