New Zealand is a golfer's paradise, and to play on a golf course in New Zealand is quiet and relaxing, often with stunning scenery and wild life. Play golf and experience views of the Pacific Ocean and beautiful beaches, snow capped mountains, rural pastures and dramatic lakes.
Arrive at a golf course in New Zealand and you are guaranteed a warm welcome and assistance to get you teeing off as quickly as is possible. At many clubs in the rural districts if will be a matter of "helping yourselves" - but please be honest and pay your green fees.
Visitors will be pleasantly surprised how easy it is to cruise from one golf course to another and experience the club hospitality and casual atmosphere. As New Zealand is an inexpensive country for golf do not expect luxury facilities everywhere you play, but most of the clubs attached to a golf course in New Zealand will have clean changing and shower facilities, plus bar and catering service. If you want to be involved with the club games, like Twilight, check if it would be possible to play with one of the members.
With the development of the resort style golf course New Zealand is quickly becoming a popular golfing destination. The high standard of these courses has helped to improve the level of service and presentation of many other clubs and courses.
Visitors to New Zealand should be aware that they will not be eligible for New Zealand "affiliated" green fees. When you contact any golf course in New Zealand do check the green fees, as some may only have one green fee price, others may offer group discounts.
If you planned to play one golf course in New Zealand everyday it would take you over a year !!
New Zealand's rural-based economy requires strict bio-security so it's important for golfers to enter the country with clean spikes and clean clubs. Many of New Zealand Golf Clubs are located in rural areas and it is important for golfers to be aware of the importance of not allowing unwanted disease enter the country. To save time arrive with clean equipment.