Hamurana Golf Club is a beautiful and challenging 9 hole course and sits in the Hamurana Springs Recreation Reserve complex.
Don't be deceived by the flat, open fairways of this course, it’s not without its challenges! With the first, you’re generally punching into a headwind making it seem deceptively longer than 386m. The second hole is the longest at 456m and the real challenge with this hole is clearing the canal which also runs through the third. Always tempting for the big hitters to give it a go!
It’s out of bounds along the left side of the third, so look out for cars! Again, the wind can make this 447m a constant struggle. The fourth gives you a little reprieve with the dog-leg right. It’s perfect for the right-handed slicer, an easy par 4 beckons this 277m. The 5th is a tough, 161m par 3, as the wind comes into play once again, with small bunkers either side of the green.
The sixth hole is known as the ‘Volcano’. The green sits atop the second hill but look out if you’re over the back!. To make this in two, you need to have a great short game and if close enough, a good ‘flop shot’ will bode well. The seventh is stroke hole 17, enough said. The eighth is our ‘signature hole’ at 144m. Teeing off over water tends to unnerve many, not to mention the bunker to the right. So keep that head still.
The ninth at 395m takes you back to the clubhouse. There’s is a huge Poplar tree just past the ladies on the left, that seems to swallow golf balls. Although there’s plenty of fairway, the treeline to the right seems to be a popular spot to play your second!
Back at the clubhouse to play your second nine from the ‘blues’ for men, and the ‘reds’ for women.
Valid from 11 Jun 2021 until 09 Sep 2021
The offer is for two golfers.
Tee off before 2 pm.
Valid Friday, Saturday, Sunday only
Bookings made prior
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775 Hamurana Road R.D. Rotorua
The Hamurana Golf Course is a beautiful and challenging 9 hole golf course that sits in the Hamurana Springs Recreation Reserve, which features the deepest natural spring in the North Island ‘Te Puna-a-Hangarua’.
Located on the northern shores of Lake Rotorua, with stunning lake views complemented by the crystal clear, Te Kaikaitahuna River, the towering Redwood Forest, and Dancing Sands Springs
This golf club was founded in 1986 by Jane Little. The first female to turn professional in Australasia back in 1973. Jane is often seen on Weekends taking in the stunning views, reflecting on the past, and enjoying a lovely meal.
This golf course is definitely worth the 15-minute drive out from Rotorua city with its idyllic setting and lake views.