Play the only Alister MacKenzie Course in New Zealand

Welcome to Titirangi Golf Club, consistently ranked in the top 10 courses in the country. For nearly 100 years, our Alister MacKenzie designed course has provided a never ending challenge to golfers of all levels. From hosting multiple New Zealand Opens, to testing professionals of old like Arnold Palmer, Sir Bob Charles and Greg Norman, to testing the latest generation like Ryan Fox, Munchin Keh and current NZ Women’s Amatuer Champion, Fiona Xu, Titirangi is one of NZ’s best championship golf courses.

“Titirangi represents a meticulous example of what is often referred to as the Golden Age of golf course architecture”

Golf Digest Top 100 Outside the US

Par 4
282 m



The often nervy opening tee shot is actually a fairly straightforward affair with a generous fairway and only one bunker to navigate. However, in true Mackenzie style, the green's complex will play havoc with any loose approaches.

Par 4
345 m



From the championship tees, this short par-4 provides a lengthy challenge off the tee, with huge meandering bunkers on the left and a long valley leading to a hazard on the right.

Par 4
389 m



The last of the opening trio of Par 4s presents the hardest par 4 on the course. A challenging uphill tee shot is only the beginning, as the island-type green perched above a gully awaits you for your second shot.

Par 3
169 m


The Pitch

This downhill par 3 begins the MacKenzie Challenge, playing a mere 171 metres. Guarded on all sides by bunkers and with the wind being very tricky to judge, hitting the green is paramount.

Par 5
565 m



The championship tees make reaching this green in two a feat. Most players should play to the left towards the fairway bunker. For those attempting the green a channel of bunkers await any mishit shot.

Par 4
387 m



A blind tee shot is the first of the challenges this par 4 presents. With a dogleg left and severe uphill approach shot to a two-tiered green, a par is always a good score here.

Par 3
183 m



The seventh is another gem of a par 3 with a three tiered green full of undulation and danger. Do not be above the hole or a four putt is not out of the question.

Par 4
306 m



This down-hill dog-leg right par 4 forces a layout shot off the tee. The approach must take dead aim as there is water on the left and a cavernous bunker on the right to swallow any errant shots.

Par 4
403 m



Another of Titirangi’s strong par- 4s, the ninth requires a long tee shot around the corner and then another long approach to a well guarded undulating green.

Par 4
357 m


The Turn

This seemingly unassuming par 4 starts your back nine, but as with all MacKenzie courses, the devil is in the green’s complex. With a 30 plus metre green, not only do you need to hit the green, but take enough club.

Par 3
161 m



An uphill par three with menacing bunkers awaits you at hole 11. The more timid player should play for “old man’s corner” to the right of the green.

Par 4
415 m



The beginning of what members call “Amen Corner” is the long and challenging 12th hole par 4. With beautiful native New Zealand bush to distract you, your focus must remain on the green if you have any chance of par.

Par 5
477 m


The Wrecker

For the long-hitter, this is a dangerously tempting two-shot hole. With a lone pine guarding the middle of the fairway and a minefield of bunkering near the green, only the brave and accurate can conquer The Wrecker.

Par 3
187 m



Rounding up Titirangi’s Amen Corner, is one of the most picturesque holes on the course. This long par 3 with multi-tiered green is a challenge for even the best of golfers.

Par 4
372 m



This short dog-leg par 4 is all about how much of the corner you wish to take on. The farther left you hit it the more danger comes into play, but the accurate shot is rewarded with a short approach to a sloping away two-tiered green.

Par 4
384 m



A tee shot over native bush to an undulating fairway is the beginning of this unique par 4. With a green measuring only 18 metres in depth, guarding both in front and in back by bunkers and gullies, it is all about your approach.

Par 5
458 m



This hole plays as a par-4 for all Major Championships, but for member and guest play, it’s a reachable par-5. The key to success is navigating the 42 metres long green, avoiding the deep bunkering to the left and being a deft touch on the green.

Par 4
351 m



Regarded as one of MacKenzie’s classic closing holes, this dog-leg left par-4 requires accuracy over length. A short tee shot leads to a relatively short approach if you can navigate the head-height deep bunkers that await you.