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‘Not even if Craig Perks was Tiger Woods could he have made a name for himself in more dramatic style than he did on Sunday night at The Players Championship. On the last three holes of the Stadium Course, Perks putted only once, for birdie at the 17th hole, and chipped in twice, for eagle at the 16th and par at the last’
The Independent
 
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Self-Guided Tour

Alternatively our self-guided independent Golf tours give you complete freedom explore New Zealand's memorable golf courses at your own pace. Whether it is playing our internationally renowned courses or getting more off the beaten track to experience some of the classic ‘kiwi’ courses.

We cater for all levels of golf and will be happy to advise on the ideal journey whether it be a long weekend or two weeks of ‘the best of NZ golf’.

In the planning stage of your holiday we will give you in-depth information of the endless golfing possibilities with the inspiration coming from Craig's personal experience.

On arrival we will hand over your safari prepared vehicle and talk you through your adventure giving you a full briefing about your journey. All your accommodation and golf bookings will have been made. Your lodge hosts will also be on hand to give you in-depth knowledge of the area and you have full back up from our operations staff at all times.

Welcome to the most dynamic golfing holidays, tailor-made to your interests and taking in the finest New Zealand lodges and boutique accommodation.




Facts at a glance

  • Paraparaumu Links is a hugely popular golfing experience. The course has been host to 10 New Zealand Open Championships, of which the most recent included Tiger Woods.
  • New Zealand has the second highest number of courses per capita in the world, just behind Scotland, with over 420 courses for 4 million people!
  • Wairakei Golf Course lies on top of the thermal spring's region of the North Island! The wonders of the district include the Dragon's Mouth, an intermittent geyser, a mud volcano and a coloured mud spring boiling like porridge.