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Millbrook Resort is investing $1m into an expansion of its golf driving range to meet increased usage and prepare for the 2023 New Zealand Open.
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A few mountain bike parks and golf courses will take customers today, albeit in a limited way.
Event Hospitality & Entertainment has opened its Rydges Formosa Golf Resort in Auckland.
Next year’s New Zealand Golf Open has been cancelled due to ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty.
The Australasian hotel, cinema and ski field operator has selected Auckland for its first foray into golf.
Golf courses in Queenstown have banded together to offer a super pass allowing players a round at Arrowtown, Jack’s Point, Millbrook and Queenstown courses.
Queenstown is to host more than 165 US and Kiwi golf managers for biennial conferences this spring.
Asian players drove growth at New Zealand’s top golf courses last year as other major markets reported flat results, according to Tourism New Zealand.
The ISPS Handa New Zealand Open provided another valuable opportunity to promote New Zealand as a world class golfing destination.
Queenstown’s award-winning Millbrook Resort is celebrating a major milestone – taking the next step towards developing a neighbouring farm into a new golf course interspersed with high-end residential homes.
New Zealand has been named top golf destination in the Asia Pacific region by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators.
It might not be surrounded by Queenstown’s remarkable scenery but that hasn’t stopped Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch from winning the Best Course in Oceania at the 2017 World Golf Awards.
New Zealand’s International Golf Tourism Strategy is driving results with golf visitors to marquee courses up 17% in the year to March 2016.
A world-class golf course and residential development is in the pipeline for Cromwell.
Avid golfers are being targeted by a campaign showcasing what the sport has to offer in New Zealand.
Ahead of the McKayson NZ Women’s Open in Auckland, Ko spent time with Tourism New Zealand and ATEED, zooming in on her favourite fairways in Auckland
New Zealand’s unique golf courses, many created within landscapes forged by nature are proving a drawcard for international visitors.
Golf tourism is expected to benefit from a government injection of $5.5m into two major golfing events.
The southern lakes region is set to increase its golf tourism pull with the addition of a new “Alpine Links” course and four-star hotel in the Cardrona Valley.