The land at Woodham, on which the New Zealand Golf Club now stands, was originally part of the great Royal Forest of Windsor, but by the end of the 18th Century it had reverted to open common land.
Welcome to Royal Wellington Golf Club, home of New Zealand’s best private members’ parkland course. Situated alongside the Hutt River near Silverstream, our course offers an enjoyable and stimulating golfing challenge in a beautiful setting. come join us. Visitors are most welcome to play golf at Royal Wellington and we welcome membership.
Designed by one of the games best strategic thinkers, Kinloch is New Zealand’s only Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. With panoramic views of New Zealand’s largest fresh-water lake, Lake Taupo and the natural beauty of rugged rural farmland, this world-class championship Par 72 course is a hybrid between a links and a Parkland course although it is often compared to the classic link.
Nelson Golf Course overlooking Tasman Bay. A challenging 18 hole championship seaside links golf course in beautiful Nelson, New Zealand.
Scorecard, courseguide and slope calculator for 18 holes on New Zealand Golf Club. See golf rounds played on the golf course.
New Zealand Golf Club; Loading Map. Address 470 Woodham Lane Addlestone Surrey KT15 3QD United Kingdom Upcoming Matches at this Course. Lloyd’s GC Versus Circuit Judges GS - Sat, 15 Aug 2020 - 12:00 am. Lloyd’s Golf Club. Lloyd’s Golf Club was founded in 1894 and today has over 500 members throughout the Lloyd’s community.
New Zealand's best golf courses and clubs. New Zealand’s natural beauty and rugged terrain makes it a perfect destination for golf-lovers. Only Scotland has more golf courses per capita than New Zealand, so you’ll be spoilt for choice if you’re looking for the right place to tee off. Thanks to the innovation and genius of designers such as John Darby and Tom Doak, the courses here are.
The New Zealand club, though, remains exactly as it was 50, if not 100, years ago. Found close to Ottershaw, just outside the M25 ring, it is an oasis of calm despite its proximity to London. Originally designed by Samuel Fergusson back in the late 19th century, Tom Simpson oversaw an extensive redesign in 1931.