Golf adventure across the Pacific
Fifth in the 10-part golf destination series, Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand overwhelms with its finger-like landscape
Completed in 2004, the Cape Kidnappers golf course in New Zealand is hailed as one of the greatest modern marvels in golf. It is set in a 6500-acre sheep ranch and is owned by Julian Robertson, who also built Kauri Cliffs. The course is designed around 7-finger-like strips of land that run along the Pacific Ocean with steep ‘drop-offs’ on either side. The setting is definitely more evocative than...
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