Overview

Ref# T7081
Pricing Valid Until 30 Jun 2025

At a Glance

  • When

    July 2024 - November 2024

    March 2025 - June 2025

  • Package

    6 nights, 5 games 

    (Including 2 round event at Kauri Cliffs) 

  • Accommodation

    3 nights at Rosewood Kauri onsite 

    3 nights at Te Arai Links onsite 

  • Golf

    3 games of golf at Kauri Cliffs (inc shared motorised cart)

    1 game of golf at Te Arai Links North Course (inc pull buggy)

    1 game of golf at Te Arai Links South Course (inc pull buggy) 

  • Eat

    Daily Breakfast 

    Pre- Dinner-Aperitif nightly at Rosewood Kauri

    Gourmet 3 course dinner nightly at Rosewood Kauri

  • Tournament

    Prizes to be won at Rosewood Kauri event

  • Drive

    Group transfers from airport to accommodation and golf included. 

  • Fly

    1 x Economy Flight from Kerikeri Airport to Auckland included

  • Pricing

    from AUD $7,500 per person (Based on 4 golfers twin sharing) 

  • Other

    Room upgrades possible subject to availability 

    Choose to fly by Helicopter from Te Arai Links to Rosewood Kauri direct

    Deal also applies for Rosewood Cape Kidnappers which can be included in the package

                                

                         Experience Rosewood Kauri and Te Arai Links with this super deal! 


3 Rounds of Golf at Kauri Cliffs (18 hole practice and 36 holes as part of an event hosted by Rosewood)


1 Rounds of Golf at Te Arai Links North Course


1 Round of Golf at Te Arai Links South Course 


3 nights in a Junior Suite at Rosewood Kauri Cliffs including Breakfast


3 nights in a King/Queen Suite at Te Arai Links 


Pre Dinner-Aperitif nightly at Rosewood Kauri


Gourmet 3 course dinner nightly at Rosewood Kauri


Group Transfers from Airport to Hotel and Hotel to Golf included


1 x Economy flight from Kerikeri Airport to Auckland 



Pricing & Conditions


Available from July 2024 to November 2024. March 2025 to June 2025

Minimum of 4 players

Subject to availability 




Itinerary Summary

Day Golf Accommodation
Day 1 Arrive Te Arai Links
Day 2 Te Arai Links | South Course Te Arai Links
Day 3 Te Arai Links | South Course Te Arai Links
Day 4 Kauri Cliffs Rosewood Kauri Cliffs
Day 5 Kauri Cliffs Rosewood Kauri Cliffs
Day 6 Kauri Cliffs Rosewood Kauri Cliffs
Day 7 Depart

Itinerary Day-by-Day

Day 1
Flights Arrive into Auckland
Through own arrangements make your way into Auckland. Airport From there be picked up for a transfer to Te Arai Links | Approx drive time 90 mins
Accommodation
Te Arai Links   (3 nights | Suites (Twin or Single) including breakfast) 
The accommodation options at Te Arai Links all share a luxuriously understated aesthetic and uncompromising build quality.The structures, designed by Studio John Irving Architects, blend seamlessly into the natural surroundings, so that the architecture feels that it belongs in this absolutely stunning environment. The interiors, by Jenni Kayne, combine beauty, functionality and authenticity to create spaces that are calm, relaxing and provide enduring comfort.
Day 2
Golf
Te Arai Links | South Course | 11:00 AM tee time TBC (18 holes with pully buggy) 
Te Arai Links comprises two pure-links golf courses, nestled into the undulating coastal landscape - each offering different perspectives of the stunning sea views and islands beyond. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed The South Course to challenge players of all abilities. The North Course, designed by Tom Doak, is currently under construction and will be open in October 2023.
Accommodation
Te Arai Links   
Day 3
Golf
Te Arai Links | South Course | 11:00 AM tee time TBC () 
Te Arai Links comprises two pure-links golf courses, nestled into the undulating coastal landscape - each offering different perspectives of the stunning sea views and islands beyond. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed The South Course to challenge players of all abilities. The North Course, designed by Tom Doak, is currently under construction and will be open in October 2023.
Accommodation
Te Arai Links   
Day 4
Coach Check out and head to Rosewood Kauri
Transfer to Rosewood Kauri | Approx drive time 3 hours
Golf
Kauri Cliffs | 11:00 AM tee time TBC (18 holes with shared motorised carts (Practice game) ) 
Kauri Cliffs is one of those surreal golf experiences that avid golfers should experience at least once in their lifetime. 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.
Accommodation
Rosewood Kauri Cliffs   (3 nights | Junior Ocean View | Breakfast & Dinner included) 
Kauri Cliffs consists of eleven outlying guest cottages, each with two guest suites providing twenty-two accommodation units at Kauri Cliffs.
Day 5
Golf
Kauri Cliffs | 11:00 AM tee time TBC (18 holes with shared motorised carts (Round 1 of club event) ) 
Kauri Cliffs is one of those surreal golf experiences that avid golfers should experience at least once in their lifetime. 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.
Accommodation
Rosewood Kauri Cliffs   
Day 6
Golf
Kauri Cliffs | 11:00 AM tee time TBC (18 holes with shared motorised carts (Round 2 of club event) ) 
Kauri Cliffs is one of those surreal golf experiences that avid golfers should experience at least once in their lifetime. 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.
Accommodation
Rosewood Kauri Cliffs   
Day 7
Flights Make your way back home
Transfer to Kerikeri Airport for flight to Auckland and depart home

Golf Courses

Kauri Cliffs

Matauri Bay Rd
Matauri Bay, NZNORTH
New Zealand

Region: Northland

Kauri Cliffs

Kauri Cliffs is one of those surreal golf experiences that avid golfers should experience at least once in their lifetime. 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.

Kauri Cliffs is one of those surreal golf experiences that avid golfers should experience at least once in their lifetime. From the moment you drive into the property and head down towards the onsite accommodation at The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs you feel as though you are the only person on the planet.

Kauri Cliffs is located four and a half hours north of Auckland in the Bay of Islands region and its absolute ocean frontage ensures uninterrupted views on many of the golf holes as well as from the Lodge itself.

In fact fifteen holes view the Pacific Ocean, six of which are played alongside cliffs, which plunge into the sea. These spectacular views can help to ease the pain of a bad golf round and you should arm yourself with a camera as countless opportunities arise for memorable photos during the round.

So what about the golf course itself? Well aside from the fifteen Pacific Ocean holes there are 3 beautiful inland holes which wind their way through marsh, forest, and farmland. The eighteen holes combine to form an interesting, enjoyable and sometimes challenging test of golf. The four sets of tees allow the golfer to choose how much fun they would like to have during the round. Kauri Cliffs is a very playable golf course which can be enjoyed by all standard of golfers.

Kauri Cliffs was also awarded Best New International Golf Course 2001 by Golf Digest and recently selected 58th Best Golf Course in the World by the accepted authority, US Golf Magazine.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 74
Length (m): 6510
Architect: David Harman
Design Year: 2000

Playing Tips

1
Par 4, Length 402m

A straight away par 4. A tee shot left centre of fairway gives the best approach into the green. Be aware of the bunker and sever drop off on the left side of the green.

2
Par 4, Length 403m

The rough on the left angles sharply inward. A good drive should be hit just inside the bunkers on the right. Be cautious of the severe drop-offs to the left and back of the green.

3
Par 4, Length 326m

A great "little" golf hole with a wide open fairway. The challenge on this hole is the short second shot to a well guarded, undulating green.

4
Par 5, Length 510m

One of the great par 5's in golf. Aim tee shot inside left hand bunkers. Longer hitters will have the option of going for the green in two. Laying up, be aware of the narrowing landing area and hazard on the right.

5
Par 3, Length 183m

Less adventurous golfers should aim at the small fairway on the left hand side of the green. Consider an extra club, as you cannot afford to be short.

6
Par 4, Length 370m

A tee shot aimed to the left centre of the fairway leaves the best approach to the green. The green is elevated and very deep; so take this into consideration when selecting a club.

7
Par 3, Length 201m

Club selection is crucial on this demanding par 3. Don't let the views distract you.

8
Par 5, Length 493m

Aim your tee shot to the left centre of the fairway. A very long, narrow green greets you, fiercely protected by bunkers on the left.

9
Par 4, Length 353m

A severely uphill par 4 completes the front nine. Don't let the gully "bully" you, for a good tee-shot will easily carry. The tendency is to under club the second shot. This is a deep green where an extra club won't hurt.

10
Par 4, Length 333m

Aim tee-shot right centre of the fairway. Be aware of the hazard on the left of the fairway, which wraps around the back edge of the green.

11
Par 4, Length 385m

Aim tee-shot right centre of sloping fairway. A precise approach shot is necessary to this well guarded "island like" green. Shorter hitters should lay up short of the marsh.

12
Par 3, Length 192m

Anything short or left spells trouble on this wide, shallow, two tiered green.

13
Par 4, Length 390m

Aim your tee-shot right of the Totara trees in the far distance. This landing area will provide you with a good look at the well bunkered green.

14
Par 3, Length 211m

This long downhill par 3 overlooks the Cavalli Islands. The green is protected by deep bunkers on the right and a severe drop off on the left.

15
Par 5, Length 498m

The cliffs on the left and narrow fairway demand an accurate tee-shot. Longer hitters can reach this green in two.

16
Par 4, Length 335m

A tee-shot on the right hand side of the fairway leaves a short downhill approach. Very long hitters may risk the hazards and drive the green.

17
Par 4, Length 432m

On the tee, don't bite off more than you can chew. The large deep green will readily receive a long iron or wood.

18
Par 5, Length 493m

Drives to the left spell trouble here. Continue to favour the right side of the fairway but be mindful of the bunker 110 meters out.

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Te Arai Links | South Course

11 Te Ara Whenua, Miharo, Kotiti, Tomarata
Te Arai, NZNORTH, 0974
New Zealand

Region: Northland

Te Arai Links | South Course

Te Arai Links comprises two pure-links golf courses, nestled into the undulating coastal landscape - each offering different perspectives of the stunning sea views and islands beyond. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed The South Course to challenge players of all abilities. The North Course, designed by Tom Doak, is currently under construction and will be open in October 2023.

Boasting two pure links golf courses designed by Tom Doak (North Course) and the other by Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (South Course).

The South Course at Te Arai Links has sixteen ocean view golf holes and eight holes bordering directly on the sea, without question, it will be a photogenic and visually stunning golf course. When paired with its sister course, the North Course being designed by Tom Doak, we believe Te Arai Links will become a must visit destination for golfers travelling the world in search of captivating golf.

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 0
Architect: Coore Crenshaw
Design Year: 2022

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