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About

Holes 18
Par 70
Length 6016
Slope 127
Rating 72.0
Type Private
Tee Par Length Rating Slope
Black 70 6016 yards 72.0 127
Blue 70 5861 yards 71.0 126
White 70 5657 yards 70.0 125
Yellow 70 5183 yards 67.4 114
Red 70 4832 yards 65.8 105
Scorecard for Titirangi Golf Clu
Metrics:
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Black M: 71.8/128 308 339 425 185 530 423 208 335 446 3199 385 176 458 512 202 402 420 465 370 3390 6589
Blue M: 70.8/125 308 317 397 185 514 423 186 335 424 3089 385 176 449 511 182 396 401 465 338 3303 6392
White M: 69.7/124 W: 75.0/135 297 307 392 166 506 416 172 329 401 2986 379 170 449 488 178 374 390 453 335 3216 6202
Yellow M: 66.5/111 W: 71.6/130 283 295 313 166 494 416 131 329 366 2793 378 105 446 409 115 307 315 463 328 2866 5659
Red M: 65.4/106 W: 69.3/123 238 257 327 145 471 406 131 273 366 2614 378 105 446 409 115 270 257 448 288 2716 5330
Handicap 18 10 2 14 16 6 8 12 4 15 13 1 9 11 5 7 3 17
Par 4 4 4 3 5 4 3 4 4 35 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 35 70
Handicap (W) 9 11 1 15 5 13 17 7 3 2 18 12 8 14 16 4 6 10

Course Details

Year Built 1909
Architect Alister MacKenzie (1927)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes
Clubs Yes
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Golf School Academy Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area Yes
Putting Green Yes

Policies

Walking Allowed Yes
Dress code Smart Casual attire is essential on the Course and in the Clubhouse. Note - denims, tracksuits, vest type t shirts are not acceptable (collared t shirts are acceptable). Tailored shorts and socks are permitted. The wearing of headwear i.e. visors/caps is

Reviews

4.0
2

What Golfers Are Saying

The 19th Hole is Great For:
Drinks 1
Course Challenges Include:
Bunkers 1
Elevation Changes 1
Forced Carries 1
This course/club is great for:
9-Hole Rounds 1
A Bucket list/Top 100 Pick 1
A Weekend Splurge 1
This Course's Location is:
Convenient to the City 1
In the 'Burbs 1
Near Local Attractions 1
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Handicap 10-14
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
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4.0
Top 1000 Contributor
First Time Playing
Perfect weather

A Majestic Walk In History

My pilgrimage to Titirangi Golf Club was filled with great anticipation and enthusiasm. The course was highly  recommended and I was advised of its rich history, heritage, and many accolades. I quickly learned two words that define Titirangi Golf Club and those words are "The Best". Titirangi Golf Club is rated as "The Best" golf course in Auckland, New Zealand. It has hosted "The Best" golfers (Arnold Palmer, Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Nick Faldo just to name a few) in the world. It has hosted "The Best" golf tournaments (NZ Open, Air New Zealand Shell Open) in New Zealand. I arrived early to see and experience this majestic golf course, and upon stepping onto the course, I felt like I was stepping back in time to when I first played St Andrews, "The Old Course". The history and greatness of the course caused me to pause, marvel in its beauty and take a deep breath. I arrived at Titirangi unshaken, but stirred to an Alister MacKenzie course design and legacy, conjuring up thoughts of August National and Cypress Point. Now, it's time to apply the sunscreen, pull out my "A " game, and get the party started!      The course was designed to be an enjoyable walk, with meticulously manicured fairways that are generously wide and treelined. The rough varies in length and type of grass, which makes it brutal at times. The bushes are natural to the area, they vary in height and density, and are well placed. There are several gullies and forced carries to enhance the challenge and beauty of the course. The fairway and greenside bunkers are deep and intimidating. The Poa Annual greens provide a true and fast roll, and subtle breaks, slope and undulation added intrigue and misery to my game. This course's unique design shook up my game, and made me a little uncomfortable at times. Embrace the challenge, stay focused, and make some history of your own.       The day I played Titirangi it was sunny and hot, with very little wind. The first hole was closed due to redesigned construction. As a result, the 5th hole, a par 5 was broken into a temporary par 4 and par 3 to make up for the lost hole. The course measures 6617 yards from the Black championship tees and plays to a course rating of 72.0/127. I played the white tees, which measured 6222 yards with a slope rating of 70.0/125. There are 4 sets of tees on the course. Titirangi prides itself on creating a golfing challenge that is exciting, historic, and will grow on you over time. From the first tee shot until the time the ball dropped into the 18th hole, my golfing experience at Titirangi was an excellent blend of camaraderie, friendly competition, and laughs, thanks to club members Guy Mills, Masami Umezu, and Craig Donaldson. For me, they were the icing on the cake that made Titirangi Golf Club, "The Best ".      Titirangi has 5 holes which I will call their signature holes: 6, 8, 12, 13, and 14. The last 3 holes are sometime referred to as "Amen Corner". These heavenly holes are a beautiful compliment to its namesake at Augusta National. I know this because I have been to August National. Hole 12, at Titirangi may strike some as being the prettiest hole, but it's hole 13, that I remember the most. Historically speaking, a member of Titirangi Golf Club scored an albatross 2 on this par 5, fondly known as "The Wrecker". A birdie on this hole is a major achievement for mere mortals like me, but hey, maybe you have a God-like game and can make history here. Beware of the tree in the middle of the fairway. A special note for hole 6: this hole has a slightly blind tee shot over a gully for long ball hitters. If you find yourself on the left side of the fairway in the thick grassy gully, come out sideways to get back to the fairway as I saw a member play it. Trying to advance the ball will likely be disasterous. Trust me.       Golfing at Titirangi exceeded my expectations and enjoyment. I recommend it, as a must play to all golfers visiting Auckland, New Zealand. One Happy Golfer H.Bell  (Golf Enthusiast / Writer)
Staff Friendliness Excellent
Pace of Play Good
Off-course amenities Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Excellent
Course Layout Excellent
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
First Time Playing
Excellent weather

Titirangi Golf Club - A MacKenzie Must

On a recent trip to New Zealand, I had the opportunity to play Titirangi Golf Club. I had heard that the course was very similar to Pasatiempo (which I love), so I couldn't pass up the opportunity. Overall, I really liked the course. To me, the best holes on the course are the par 3's. The 11th hole is called Redan, but the green does not slope from front to back (still a good golf hole). The 14th hole was my favorite on the course; classic MacKenzie green that reminded me of numerous ones at Pasatiempo. For any MacKenzie enthusiast, the highlight of the course are the green complexes. Great bunkering and undulations all around; very reminiscent of other MacKenzie works. In addition, there are some great driving holes (i.e., the 13th with the drive over the vegetation and the 15th with a ravine that runs diagonal). My only complaint on the day were the greens were a tad on the slow side (appeared to be aerified a few weeks ago) and the fairways were a bit hairy (think there was some recent rains), but these didn't take away from a phenomenal experience. I highly recommend the course to locals and avid MacKenzie buffs alike.
Staff Friendliness Excellent
Quality of food & beverage Good
Pace of Play Good
Off-course amenities Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Excellent

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