PGNZ Golf Weekend Getaways
Every Saturday, in our PGNZ blog, we showcase a "golf weekend getaway" to different regions in New Zealand. Read through our selection below and consider where would you like to travel to? We will work with you to curate a personalised itinerary that suits your needs and desires. Perhaps a birthday or anniversay present for your golfing significant other. For our Australian golfing friends, how about a quick weekend sojourn across the Tasman?
All golf weekend packages and itineraries are subject to availability.
Matakana Wine Region (Auckland)
Play Gulf Harbour, one of New Zealand's finest marquee golf courses, on your way or back from Matakana.
Matakana is a popular getaway destination and wine region offering a number of wineries, excellent experience golf courses, boutique luxury accommodation, artisan produce, beaches, nature walks, festivals and events.
Read more about a Matakana weekend golf & wine getaway in our blog.
Auckland West Coast
Auckland has a number of wonderful golf courses and one option is for a "Golf out West" weekend getaway staying at the luxurious Waitakere Estate.
Choose and play at the following three courses:
- Titirangi Golf Club - New Zealand's only Dr Alister McKenzie designed course.
- Muriwai Golf Course
- The Waitakere Golf Club
Read more about a "Golf out West" getaway here.
The sunniest region in New Zealand, Nelson is a fun golf weekend destination. Stay at luxurious accommodation such as Split Apple or The Westhaven Retreat and experience great golf at Nelson Golf Club and Greenacres Golf Club.
Read more about a golf weekend getaway to Nelson here.
Great Lake Taupo
Only an hour's helicopter ride from Auckland, Taupo is one of our most exciting and luxurious golf weekend getaways.
Stay and play at The Kinloch Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature course or spend your weekend at Huka Lodge and play The Kinloch Club one day and then the very unique Wairakei Golf and Sanctuary the next day.
Read more about our PGNZ golf weekend getaway to Great Lake Taupo here in our PGNZ Blog.