Where We Play: Te Arai Links, New Zealand

Positioned alongside a pristine piece of New Zealand coastline, Te Arai Links is arguably the world’s best new golf destination. Boasting two pure links golf courses – the South course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw that’s been open for little more than a year, and the recently opened North course designed by Tom Read more…

Michael Hendry: Down But Not Out

Kiwi tour pro Michael Hendry is using his cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment regime as inspiration to fuel a return to professional golf.

New Zealand: Alpine wonders

Queenstown, Christchurch and Dunedin combine to offer southern-latitude golf in exceptional and unique environments.

New Zealand: North Island Gems

Titirangi Golf Club Visiting Auckland’s Titirangi Golf Club is a must for any golfer, especially if you’re a fan of Tom Doak’s Cape Kidnappers or Tara Iti. Titirangi is conveniently located just 15 minutes from downtown Auckland, where the native New Zealand bush surrounds justify Titirangi’s name, a Maori word for “fringe of heaven”. Doak’s Read more…

Hello, neighbours!

With a Trans-Tasman travel bubble in full swing, Michael Donaldson plots a week-long road trip across New Zealand’s North Island before finishing with a South Island surprise.

Muriwai – the most spectacular setting for golf in Auckland

Perched on sand dunes overlooking the famous black-sand Muriwai Beach, the course features crumpled fairways built on an impeccable sand-base, tricky bunkers and demanding greens. It’s a fierce test of skill but equally a great fun course to play for all handicappers.

Can you cut it at Clearwater?

Golfers who want to test themselves on PGA Tour-style layouts without flying to America in these uncertain times have an easy option – just head to Christchurch to take on the challenge at Clearwater.

A Royal welcome to Wellington

The irony is that Royal Wellington has all that and more, but the course you see today is an ultra-modern design woven into a traditional backdrop.