The Titirangi Experience

The Titirangi golf course was designed in 1927 by world renowned golf course architect Dr. Alister MacKenzie, and is the only MacKenzie-designed course in New Zealand. Other MacKenzie courses include icons such as Augusta, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne. 

Titirangi is one of the 14 "Marquee Courses" in New Zealand, selected for their quality, location, scenery, architecture and appeal for discerning golfers. Our course is sculpted out of a beautiful environment - rolling fairways set amid lush native New Zealand bush, all a short 20 minute drive from the heart of Auckland city.

US Links magazine, US Golf Digest, Robb Report and top100golfcourses all rate Titirangi as the best course in Auckland, and in the top 7 in the country. 

If you're visiting from overseas we recommend you book your round in advance. 

To make a booking click on the booking page links or call / email us. (Please note that certain times of the week are reserved for members only, including Wednesdays and Saturdays before 1pm).

We look forward to welcoming you!

phone: +64 9 827 5749



Green Fees at Titirangi Golf Club

Green Fees
18 HolesNZ$275.00
NZ Residents
18 HolesNZ$175.00
Additional Services
Electric Golf CartNZ$65.00
Premium Club RentalNZ$65.00

All prices include New Zealand's Goods & Services Tax (GST) of 15%


Dress Code

Whether you’re playing, practicing, or using the clubhouse facilities, golf attire and a high standard of dress is expected at Titirangi. This includes:


On course

  • tailored shorts, sports trousers, or skirts
  • a golf or collared shirt or blouse
  • golf shoes and socks
  • soft spike golf shoes (preferably).
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Practice Facilities

The practice range is located to the right of the 18th fairway. Our practice areas include a well-maintained practice green with bunkers and a short iron practice range. Please note, during junior coaching or coaching clinics these areas may be closed. There is also a warm-up practice green behind the first tee.

[Practice on the course is not permitted, except in certain circumstances such as evenings or when the course is not busy. At those times members may play a maximum of two balls, provided they do not interfere with other players.]

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Course Care

To keep our golf course in top condition, please:

  • repair pitch marks
  • replace divots
  • take a sand bucket to repair irreplaceable divots
  • rake bunkers
  • keep trundlers off tees and greens.

Here are a few tips on how to care for our course.