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    We welcome visitors to our course

    Play New Zealand's best 9 hole Golf Course
    Only 15 minutes from Christchurch

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Green Fee Players

Green fee players are very welcome and will find their best opportunities for play are all day Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

The course is normally reserved for club days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. However, on Tuesday after 1.30pm, and Wednesday and Saturday after 3:30pm, there are usually opportunities for green fee players to get on the course. 

Green fees are: 18 holes: $25 - or $20 for affiliated golfers; 9 holes: $15; Juniors: $10 (under 15 years)

Welcome to Tai Tapu Golf Course

Tai Tapu was voted the favourite 9 hole course in New Zealand in a survey conducted by New Zealand Golf.

It is compact, picturesque, and well set up for golfers of all abilities. The fairways are tree-lined, the greens are generously sized, and each hole presents a different challenge.

The course is in the country but still close to Christchurch - being only 16 km from Christchurch along the Akaroa Highway.
In addition, the clubhouse with a spacious balcony and bar service is open most days during normal working hours.
When unattended there is now EFTPOS available in the foyer.

Equipment Hire
Golf clubs and trundlers are available for hire at $20.
2-seat electric carts are available at $30.

Men: (18 holes) Par 70 – 5384 m – Slope 111- NZSCR 68.5
Women: (18 holes) Par 73 – 5116 m – Slope 117- NZSCR 71.8