Christchurch Golf Club

New Zealand

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Event Details

Round 2

2 June 2025

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About the Course

Christchurch Golf Club’s Links-style course is amongst the finest New Zealand has to offer, hosting 11 New Zealand Open Championships, the World Amateur Team Championship, and a host of other prestigious events unless you are up there with the very best.

As a golfing challenge for the purist, it provides links-style golf. It is also a piece of living history, having been enjoyed by innumerable discerning New Zealand golfers since 1873. Following the Earthquake in 2011, the clubhouse was rebuilt in a modern architectural design replacing the previous traditional homestead style. The course has undergone constant upgrades and improvements to redefine itself as it moves away from the “parkland” aesthetic to its “links” lineage. The more modern interpretation includes land with sand deposits and rolling topography.

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Learn more about Christchurch Golf Club

Layout

The layout consistently ranks amongst the top 25 in lists of the country's top courses. Unlike many New Zealand courses, there is not a proliferation of trees, allowing the golfer to appreciate more fully the beauty of their wider surroundings and the topography of the course.

The Greens

The greens are arguably some of the finest in New Zealand and the decision to replace all the fairways several years ago to eradicate the Poa annua grass has ensured turf conditions are second to none.

Bunkers and Hazards

The course features a set of tough par 4s and traditional pot bunkers which are true hazards. The newly created mounds and fescue rough help to enhance the true character of a links style.

Christchurch Golf Club’s Links-style course is amongst the finest New Zealand has to offer, hosting 11 New Zealand Open Championships, the World Amateur Team Championship, and a host of other prestigious events unless you are up there with the very best.

As a golfing challenge for the purist, it provides links-style golf. It is also a piece of living history, having been enjoyed by innumerable discerning New Zealand golfers since 1873. Following the Earthquake in 2011, the clubhouse was rebuilt in a modern architectural design replacing the previous traditional homestead style. The course has undergone constant upgrades and improvements to redefine itself as it moves away from the “parkland” aesthetic to its “links” lineage. The more modern interpretation includes land with sand deposits and rolling topography.

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