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Welcome & Kia Ora! Greenfernz offers golfers an experience of a lifetime at locations such as Kauri Cliffs Golf Course, Kinloch Golf Course, Wairakei International Golf Course, Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, Paraparaumu Beach Golf links, Jacks Point Golf Course and The Hills Golf Course. We also specialise in hunting and fishing trips, including fly-fishing some of the worlds most exclusive and private trout waters.

 

Kauri Cliffs Golf Course  The Kinloch Club, Lake Taupo  Cape Kidnappers

 

July 2012 Golf Vacations Magazine Featuring Greenfernz owned Dunalistair House at The Kinloch Club: Golf Vacations Magazine New Zealand feature July 2012

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We have an introductory offer for golfers looking to try their arm at fly fishing for the famous trout of the Central North Island. All March 2013 bookings through Greenfernz with a stay at Dunalistair House, will include a guided days fishing with one of the very best guides in the business. Licence, gear and guiding all included in a stunning day of fishing.

Greenfernz Golf Excursions of New Zealand.

New Zealand is fast becoming recognised as one of the most extraordinary golf destinations in the world. With world class golf courses such as Kauri Cliffs Golf Course, Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, The Kinloch Club Golf Course and The Hills Golf Course, there is now very good reason for travelling golfing enthusiasts to experience this golfers paradise.

Many Greenfernz golfing clients who have been to New Zealand, have stated that it ranks in their Top 2 destinations to visit to play golf. This is largely to do with the fact that there are so many activities apres-golf, including visiting some of the worlds finest wineries, jet boating, walking, hiking, scenic flights and visiting such wonders of the world such as the gerothermal North, down to the magical mountains and Fiords of the South.

Being relatively isolated, it therefore goes without saying that you require to be informed with the utmost integrity when planning your vacation to New Zealand. With Greenfernz as your specialist travel planner, you are assured a diligent and exclusive golfing experience. We are extremely proud to have grown a reputation of providing clients with golf memories of a lifetime. Our website features the prime, must play golf courses and accommodations of New Zealand. Any number of combinations of excursions can be arranged, and we have a number of hidden gems also which we are happy to discuss options with you. Do contact us for more information - Our sales consultants will be happy to assist.

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Dunalistair House

Built in 2008 to strict architectural guidelines, Dunalistair House offers four luxurious ensuite bedrooms and expansive entertainment areas for up to 8 guests to relax in a holiday home with utmost privacy, comfort and a view which encapsulates the very phrase Jack Nicklaus used when he was creating The Kinloch Club - "Heaven on Earth". Situated overlooking the 3rd and 4th holes of The Kinloch Club with a unique and uninterrupted vantage point, Dunalistair House is the ultimate golfers getaway. It is the only home available to rent at this world class golf facility, and was awarded the Supreme Home of the Year in 2009 by the Judges at the Resene National Architectural Awards.

The Kinloch Golf Course, Lake Taupo, New Zealand

Jack Nicklaus’ first Signature course in New Zealand, The Kinloch Club, has added another must visit golf course to the New Zealand landscape. Kinloch immediately made an impact on the International scene by being rated by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine as the best new course in 2007 outside North America. The course takes advantage of the natural terrain created by the supervolcanic Taupo eruption of 26,000 years ago, which deposited massiveamounts of pumice across a wide area. This allowed Nicklaus to build a course with Scottish links characteristics creating remarkable undulating fairways and greens. This combination comes together in beautiful surroundings producing one of Jack Nicklaus’ proudest Signature Course. Kinloch is situated in the centre of The North Island of New Zealand, 3 hours drive south from Auckland and 4 hours drive from Wellington. The village itself is nestled on the Northern Shore of Lake Taupo, only 15 minutes drive from Taupo town and 50 minutes from Rotorua.

Wairakei International

This former Golf Digest ranked golf course is one of New Zealand’s most established and favourite for many local golfers. The par 72 layout is set in 450 acres of gently rolling countryside. Its parkland characteristics feature 108 large bunkers, magnificent tree-lined fairways and large plateau greens, all bordered by dense pine forest. In 2010 a plan to create a wildlife sanctuary was completed, including the erection of a 2 metre high electrical rodent proof fence which surrounds the whole property. Kiwi have been released along with a number of exotic native birds. A new professional shop and driving range have also been completed in late 2010, bringing Wairakei International right back up to one of the very best golfing facilities in the country.

Wairakei International is located just north of the town of Taupo, a 3 hour drive from Auckland, 4 hours from Wellington and only 45 minutes from Rotorua. Rotorua offers International flight connections through Sydney, making the region an excellent entry point for a short break golf trip.

 

Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club

Considered the country's premier links course by many, Paraparaumu Beach was designed in 1949 by Australian Open champion Alex Russell, partner of the highly acclaimed course architect Dr Alistair McKenzie. The home course of Tiger Woods’s caddie, Steve Williams, it has played host to the New Zealand Open championship on 12 occasions, with Tiger Woods himself playing in the 2002 event. Laid out over naturally rolling topography, the well drained fairways, fierce rough and intimidating bunkers of this 5,919 metre par 71 course combine with coastal winds to create a truly challenging golfing experience. Paraparaumu Beach is located 45 minutes drive north of Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. Direct flights from Auckland commence in October 2011 to Paraparaumu Beach airport, which is only a stones throw from the golf course.

Matakauri Lodge

Matakauri is spectacularly situated on Lake Wakatipu, only minutes from Queenstown. The Lodge offers stunning views from every angle of the Remarkable, Cecil and Walker Peak mountain range. Facilities include a full service luxury spa, swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness centre. All facilities offer a perfect complement to the eleven luxurious guest suites and 8 outlying cottages. Three suites are located within the main lodge building itself, all offering their own private porch, bedroom with sitting area and open fireplace, walk-in wardrobe and bathroom. The suites are nestled in a native forest overlooking Lake Wakatipu and the mountain panorama. Matakauri Lodge is located by a 20 transfer from Queenstown Airport. Queenstown is accessible via direct flights from all major centres of New Zealand, as well as direct flights from Australia.

Wairakei International is New Zealand's most established international golf course. A classic parkland layout and always exceptionally maintained, Wairakei offers all levels of golfer a truly enjoyable experience. Cape Kidnappers is ranked in the Top 50 of the world by Golf Magazine, making it a truly exceptional golfing experience. A full day trip by road, or a 35 minute helicopter ride, this Tom Doak course warrants the helicopter journey just for the mind blowing aerial views! Helicopter transfers can be as little as the round of golf itself, so well worth enquiring to arrive and depart this way. Call now for details: +64-7-377-8577.

The testimonials of past guests at Dunalistair House speak for themselves about the experience of The Kinloch Club. "An amazing, challenging golf course"; "Gary thinks it’s the best course in New Zealand"; "The golf was fantastic"; "Heaven can't be this good"; "The most beautiful golf course I have ever seen." As Jack Nicklaus' only signature course in New Zealand, the opening in 2007 was greeted by immediate ranking by Travel & Leisure Golf as the Top New Course in the World outside North America. Jack Nicklaus’ first Signature course in New Zealand, The Kinloch Club, has added another must visit golf course to the New Zealand landscape. Kinloch immediately made an impact on the International scene by being rated by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine as the best new course in 2007 outside North America. The course takes advantage of the natural terrain created by the supervolcanic Taupo eruption of 26,000 years ago, which deposited massive amounts of pumice across a wide area. This allowed Nicklaus to build a course with Scottish links characteristics creating remarkable undulating fairways and greens. This combination comes together in beautiful surroundings producing one of Jack Nicklaus’ proudest Signature Courses.

Kinloch is situated in the centre of The North Island of New Zealand, 3 hours drive south from Auckland and 4 hours drive from Wellington. The village itself is nestled on the Northern Shore of Lake Taupo, only 15 minutes drive from Taupo town and 50 minutes from Rotorua. The village of Kinloch is a quaint and idealic location on the north shore of Lake Taupo. The village has recently celebrated its 50th Jubilee and "Kinlochians" enjoy sharing with pride their special slice of paradise. For those that visit, they take away special memories of a 'Magic' that cannot be found anywhere else. And often they return. The area is ideal for walking, fishing, boating (there is a 147 berth marina, one of the finest in the Southern Hemisphere), biking and of course the golf.

Kauri Cliffs Golf Course

The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs is set on 6,000 acres near Matauri Bay, Northland with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Cape Brett and the offshore Cavalli Islands. Its luxurious board and batten guest cottages are nestled on the edge of a native forest overlooking the sea, each featuring private porches and open fireplaces. Guests can choose between standard and deluxe suites or the owner's cottage. Facilities include a gourmet a la carte dining room, living room, meeting room, cards room and computer room. The Lodge also has tennis courts, an infinity swimming pool with spa, a fully equipped fitness centre and spa treatment rooms and three secluded swimming beaches, which are available for picnics and barbeques. Kauri Cliffs is located at Matauri Bay, approximately a 4 hour drive north of Auckland. Alternatively a 40 minute domestic flight leaves Auckland daily to Kerikeri, from where transfers or car hire can be arranged. 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.

Kauri Cliffs is located at Matauri Bay, approximately a 4 hour drive north of Auckland. Alternatively a 40 minute domestic flight leaves Auckland daily to Kerikeri, from where transfers or car hire can be arranged.

Jacks Point Golf Course

Jacks Point is an extraodinary golf course that has well and truly put Queenstown on the golfing map. Jacks adds to the region alongside the already established courses of Millbrook, Kelvin Heights, Arrowtown and the exclusive Hills golf course. Steve Williams recently stated, 'It's obviously a great piece of property but that doesn't always mean a good course. But this is well thought out and a real asset for New Zealand golf. The golf course itself has a backdrop of 2300 vertical metres of the 'razorback' - famously known as the Remarkables mountain range. This makes the course one of the most dramatic in the world, yet along with that comes a course which is of championship standard, offering a challenging and unforgettable experience. Jacks Point is located by a 15 minute drive from the centre of Queenstown. Queenstown is accesible via direct flights from all major centres of New Zealand, as well as direct flights from Australia.

Huka Lodge, Lake Taupo

Situated on the banks of the Waikato River, this luxury lodge is considered one of the world's best. Just metres from the magnificent Huka Falls, Huka Lodge is set in seven hectares of totally secluded, beautiful park-like grounds.Guests may choose from one of 20 sophisticated guest rooms and suites set privately in native bush beside the riverbank. Or the owner's cottage, the ultimate in understated elegance, offering four superbly appointed guest suites, living room, dining, kitchen, den and infinity pool. As well as being able to enjoy some of the world's finest food and wine at Huka Lodge, guests can play golf, tennis and petanque and go swimming, trout fishing, hunting, horseback riding and white-water rafting. Huka Lodge is located 5 minutes from Wairakei International, only minutes from Taupo. It is also located 3 hours drive south from Auckland and 4 hours drive from Wellington.

The Hills Golf Course

Michael Hill's private golf course on the outskirts of Arrowtown was designed by Darby Partners and opened in 2007 to host the New Zealand Open. Set over 500 acres of land across a glacial valley, The Hills is home to an incredible array of flora including native brown top grasses and wild native mountain tussocks. Sculptures crafted by New Zealand artists compliment the natural beauty of the course's lakes, waterways and wetland areas. The award winning Clubhouse is designed to seamlessly integrate with the landscape, with less than a quarter of the building visible above ground. A 25 minute drive from Queenstown beside the delightful village of Arrowtown. Queenstown is accessed by air from all major centres of New Zealand and also direct flights from Australia.

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers Golf Course

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers was opened in late 2007 to international acclaim. The Farm is literally situated on one of the most stunningly spectacular places on the planet. Comfort and ease are at a premium, with each room taking on a character of its own while harkening back to the rural feeling of the New Zealand sheep station and wine country. Spacious cottages, each with breathtaking views, open to large porches overlooking a stunning Pacific panorama. The Lodge offers two dining rooms and a covered loggia featuring a gourmet à la carte menu. Other rooms within the Lodge include a lounge/living room, library which can be used as a private meeting room, intimate sitting room, wine cellar tasting room, and a computer room. The Farm at Cape Kidnappers is located a 30 minute transfer from Napier Airport. There are direct daily flights to Napier from all major centres in New Zealand.

This wonderfully dramatic golf course, set high on craggy cliffs some 140 metres above the sea, was designed by American Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design. Arguably one of the most spectacular sites in the world, the course in 2008 was described by The Daily Telegraph as the No.1 Golf Course in the World. It is also regularly ranked by the top ranking authorities in the Top 100 in the world. At Cape Kidnappers players may one minute be hitting shots over the tops of tea trees and then the next across a deep gully or along the edge of a deep ravine. Holes aptly named the Pirate’s Plank and the Widow’s Walk perhaps give you some indication of just how exhilarating this course is. Napier is located approximately a 1 hour 30 minute drive from Taupo or 4 hours from Wellington. There are direct daily flights to Napier from all major centres in New Zealand.

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