Royal Auckland and Grange Golf Club

New Zealand

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Event Details

Round 1

10 March 2025

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Round 1

24 March 2025

Frame 2007

About the Course

Royal Auckland’s history dates back as far as 1894, and The Grange to 1924. The value of their surplus land enabled the new club to pursue what from the outside seemed a rather ambitious project, that is to use a modern Nicklaus Design as a means of establishing this new entity as Auckland’s premier private club facility. At a cost exceeding $60 million, the newly merged club was able to build a contemporary Andrew Patterson designed clubhouse and to stage the opening of its three nines between 2019 and 2021.

The 27 holes at Royal Auckland and Grange are spread almost equally across the two founding club properties, with the nines known as Grange, Tamaki and Middlemore. The Middlemore holes include the area closest to the former Royal Auckland clubhouse, and feature several holes that essentially occupy the same land as that club’s original layout. The par three 2nd at the old clubhouse is an early standout, as are the longer back-and-forth 4th and 5th holes.

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Learn more about Royal Auckland and Grange Golf Club

Nestled within the picturesque landscapes of New Zealand, the Royal Auckland Golf Club stands as a hidden gem, captivating golf enthusiasts with its unique offerings and offering an exclusive experience. The course's parkland design is adorned with majestic stands of pine trees that gracefully divide the fairways, creating a tranquil and awe-inspiring backdrop for a day of golf. With its stunning pine tree-lined fairways and a length of 7,000 yards, the course strikes a perfect balance between challenge and enjoyment. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, the Royal Auckland Golf Club promises a must-visit destination for an unforgettable golfing experience.

Royal Auckland’s history dates back as far as 1894, and The Grange to 1924. The value of their surplus land enabled the new club to pursue what from the outside seemed a rather ambitious project, that is to use a modern Nicklaus Design as a means of establishing this new entity as Auckland’s premier private club facility. At a cost exceeding $60 million, the newly merged club was able to build a contemporary Andrew Patterson designed clubhouse and to stage the opening of its three nines between 2019 and 2021.

The 27 holes at Royal Auckland and Grange are spread almost equally across the two founding club properties, with the nines known as Grange, Tamaki and Middlemore. The Middlemore holes include the area closest to the former Royal Auckland clubhouse, and feature several holes that essentially occupy the same land as that club’s original layout. The par three 2nd at the old clubhouse is an early standout, as are the longer back-and-forth 4th and 5th holes.

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